Cell Impact Japan Inc. receives order worth SEK 5.3 million
The order is for development of flow plate tooling and flow plate prototype production and will be delivered duringthe third quarter of 2021. This order is a continuation of earlier established activities in Japan as part of the cooperation with NKC Japan.
Since 2021 all Japanese market activities are managed by Cell Impact Japan Inc. (see pressreleases December 3, 2020 and March 31, 2021).
"I'm very pleased to be able to build on and continue the development activity established during the partnership with NKC Japan," says Mr. Shigeru Nakagawa, Managing Director of Cell Impact Japan Inc.
"The Japanese market is one of the world's most demanding, and continuity of purpose is essential. I am therefore glad that Cell Impact received this order as it results from our continued solid development efforts. Through our new Japanese company and a strong commitment to the Japanese market, this order indicates that we are making good progress," says Mr. Pär Teike, CEO of Cell Impact AB.
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About Cell Impact
Cell Impact AB (publ) is a global supplier of advanced flow plates to fuel cell manufacturers. The company has developed and patented a unique method for high-velocity forming, Cell Impact Forming™, which makes it possible to produce flow plates with more advanced designs, which in turn creates more cost and energy-efficient fuel cells compared to conventional forming methods.
The Cell Impact share is listed on Nasdaq First North Growth Market and FNCA Sweden AB is the company's Certified Advisor (CA). Contact info: +46 8-528 00 399 or [email protected].
Om Cell Impact
Cell Impact AB (publ) är en global leverantör av avancerade flödesplattor och produktionsteknologi till tillverkare av bränsleceller med en unik metod för höghastighetsformning.
Bränsleceller omvandlar vätgas och syre till elektricitet och värme. Den enda restprodukten är vatten och därför utgör bränsleceller ett miljövänligt alternativ till både förbränningsmotorer och batterier.