CATL and Daimler Trucks deepen their global partnership

by:CTECHi     2021-08-25
Based on the common pursuit of the goal of carbon neutrality, global lithium-ion battery Ru0026D and manufacturing companies Ningde Times New Energy Technology Co., Ltd. (hereinafter referred to as 'Ningde Times') and Daimler Trucks Co., Ltd. (hereinafter referred to as 'Daimler Trucks') Will further deepen the partnership between the two parties. CATL will supply lithium-ion battery packs for the Mercedes-Benz eActros LongHaul electric trucks scheduled for mass production in 2024. The supply period will exceed 2030. The battery pack supplied by CATL for this model will have a long cycle life and super fast charging capability to meet the unique requirements of electric long-distance trucks. In addition, in order to flexibly adapt to different application scenarios and future electric truck models, the two parties will also focus on the characteristics of high modularity and scalability, and jointly design and develop next-generation batteries and battery packs. In 2019, Daimler Trucks and CATL have signed a global supply agreement for lithium-ion battery cells and modules around Mercedes-Benz eActros, Freightliner eCascadia and Freightliner eM2 models. In September 2020, Daimler Trucks announced the launch of eActrosLongHaul, with a cruising range of up to 500 kilometers, realizing energy saving and emission reduction in long-distance transportation. Zeng Yuqun, the founder, chairman and CEO of CATL, said: “Based on our common vision for the electrification of transportation, CATL is very pleased to further deepen the cooperation relationship with Daimler Trucks. With CATL’s expertise in power lithium batteries The innovative technology of Daimler Trucks and the deep accumulation of Daimler Trucks in the heavy-duty truck industry, we believe that the strong global partnership between the two parties will further strengthen Daimler Trucks’ market position in the electrified era and actively promote the realization of the goal of carbon neutrality 'Martin Daum, chairman of the board of directors of Daimler Trucks AG and member of the board of directors of Daimler AG, said: 'Establishing a strong partnership will help us fulfill the commitments of the Paris Agreement and achieve the ultimate goal of carbon neutrality in road transportation. Goal. Deepening the cooperative relationship with CATL will accelerate our electrification process and lead the truck industry to zero-emission key applications. Starting in 2021, we will jointly launch a series of consumer-oriented innovative electric truck mass production models. '
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