STL confirms presence at leading event for advanced battery technology
Samuel Taylor Limited (STL), specialists in the manufacture of precision stamped components and metal assemblies used in electro-mechanical switches and sophisticated bonding of base and precious metals, are set to exhibit at the Battery Tech 2019 Expo.
Held at Telford’s International Centre on the 28th March, Battery Tech 2019 will bring together professionals from across the advanced battery technology industry. The event will provide a unique opportunity to showcase the latest products, technologies and services covering the Battery Management Systems, EV Battery, Battery Storage, Battery Development/ Discovery, Commercial and Mobile Power Device sectors.
The Battery industry is on the cusp of a power revolution with big technology companies investing heavily in the next generation of battery development and energy storage. The emergence of electrification of vehicles within the automotive industry in particular has presented numerous opportunities to suppliers involved in the development of advanced battery technology. The world’s fleet of electric vehicles grew to over 4 million units in 2018 and the Electric Vehicle Battery Market is set to reach around £100bn by 2025.
According to Carl Siviter, Sales Manager at Samuel Taylor Limited, the company is perfectly placed to add value as an important supply chain partner to companies developing the next generation of battery technology: “STL has been mass manufacturing smart meter copper busbars for some years. We see a synergy in the electric vehicle market for these types of products and are keen to collaborate and provide successful implementation of scalable manufacturing techniques for the future of battery busbar technology. We are also currently investing in our strip rolling mills to be able to provide copper/aluminium bimetal products.
STL are fully equipped with in-house design and toolmaking capability to support with new and existing projects and we are able to offer prototype samples as well as full-scale production support for presswork components and assemblies”.
Battery Tech 2019 is the only event focused specifically on battery management systems, battery storage strategies that identify how to utilise existing and future technologies and capitalise on the latest breakthroughs to deliver desired performance at a commercially viable cost across components, manufacturing, processing, chemistry and integration.
You can visit STL on stand E8.