IPTE Wins Contract in E-Mobility Growth Market


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IPTE, international supplier of automation and test systems for the automotive industry, is to provide an innovative and fully automated production line for 48-volt batteries for an international automotive supplier. The serial production on the first complete line will start in summer 2021.

The project comprises a volume of orders worth tens of millions, including all mounting processes as well as intensive testing. By smart standardizing, IPTE is able to realize the time schedule asked for by the clients.

“With this major order IPTE proves its engineering competence especially in the growth market of e-mobility. For this success the course was set during the last years and it will secure firm ground in the automatization market for ongoing development in hydrogen technology”, says Wolf Erdmann, Managing Director of IPTE Germany GmbH.

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