From the Electric & Hybrid Marine World Expo in Amsterdam June 2018:
Over 4,500 attendees descended on Electric & Hybrid Marine World Expo in Amsterdam from 27-29 June 2018 to see the latest innovations from more than 130 exhibitors, as well as learn from some 50 conference papers presented by some of the industry’s leading lights. The show, which welcomed more attendees, delegates and exhibits than ever before, has established itself as the world’s largest dedicated marine propulsion exhibition and conference; and visitors to the fifth edition of the event were treated to a wide range of exciting new product launches and key announcements throughout all three days.
More news came from Lithium Werks, a provider of lithium iron phosphate cells, modules and scalable power systems, as the company shared details of its multi-year agreement with Dutch lithium battery manufacturer Super B.
The agreement, which will secure worldwide supplies of lithium-ion batteries to both companies’ customers worldwide, will see Lithium Werks gear up its continuous supply of NanoPhosphate cells and Super B continue to expand its operations in response to increasing demand for lithium-ion batteries.
“Leading companies in the marine industry are already served by Super B, and their appetite for battery-powered solutions is only getting greater,” said T Joseph Fisher III, CEO and co-founder of Lithium Werks. “I have been impressed by Super B’s ability to expand quickly in recent years and by its ambition to grow even faster in the years to come. We expect Super B to double in size every year for some time yet, and I am happy to say that Lithium Werks has found a strong strategic partner in Super B.”
Read more from the show review here: http://www.electricandhybridmarineworldexpo.com/en/reviews-videos.php