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By Automotive Logistics2009-09-09T00:00:00+01:00
Localising lithium-ion battery production in Europe through greater vertical integration does not just promise a more secure battery supply chain. It could play a major role in the industrial salvation of a market that has lost its competitive footing against stronger Asian rivals in the race to a more sustainable future of mobility. What is needed to make good on that promise is strong collaboration amongst the companies involved in securing the future of electric vehicle production.
The British government has confirmed it will fund the creation of an electric vehicle battery plant in Northumberland.
VW has signed Unipart up for a further two-years to provide services out of its Tamworth hub in the UK Midlands, including warehouse management, network service support and bespoke services for the retailer network across the VW Group brands
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