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Zhejiang Huayou Cobalt Signs Strategic Cooperation Agreement With Easpring
Beijing Easpring Material Technology Aims To Raise Up To 4.6 Bln Yuan In A-Share Private Placement
Beijing Easpring Material Technology Gets Regulator's Approval For Asset Acquisition
Beijing Easpring Material Technology CO., LTD. is a China-based company principally engaged in the research and development, manufacture and sales of lithium-ion battery materials. Its lithium battery materials include multi-materials, lithium cobalt oxide, lithium manganese oxide and other cathode materials, as well as multi-material precursors. Its lithium battery materials are applied in power battery, energy storage market and digital consumer electronic fields. The Company is also engaged in the development, manufacture and sales of precision die-cutting equipment, including round die-cutting machines and laser die-cutting machines. The Company distributes its products within domestic market and to overseas markets.
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Johnson Matthey said on Wednesday it plans to close its battery materials business, putting about 430 jobs at risk, as the British chemicals firm has not found a buyer for the entire unit.
Johnson Matthey's shares plunged as much as 20% on Thursday after the British chemicals company said it would put its battery materials business up for sale amid crushing competition and that its chief executive would step down next year.
BASF said its battery materials business would likely generate more than 1.5 billion euros ($1.76 billion) in sales by 2023 and more than 7 billion euros by 2030 as electric vehicle production surges.
Chemicals giant BASF <BASFn.DE> on Wednesday picked a site in the eastern German state of Brandenburg for its second European battery materials factory, part of a 400 million euro investment plan to tap into the growing electric vehicle market.
* Decision marks 2nd win for Brandenburg, home to new Tesla plant
Germany's BASF will likely pick Germany as the site for its next plant to produce chemicals for batteries used in electric cars, the group's CEO told Manager Magazin.
Australian mine developer Clean Teq said on Tuesday it was looking to sell a stake in its nickel, cobalt and scandium project in central New South Wales, as it seeks a cornerstone partner to help fund development.
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