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Meet TWI at The Battery Show Europe 2022

Thu, 23 June, 2022

TWI’s automotive sector manager, Chris Otter and advanced manufacturing business developer, Vito Di Pietro will be exhibiting at the Battery Show Europe in Stuttgart from 28-30 June 2022.

Chris and Vito will have a stand in the UK Pavilion, where they will be able to discuss a range of related technologies including friction stir welding (FSW), friction stir spot welding (FSSW), friction stir channelling (FSC), laser, electron beam and ultrasonic welding.

TWI is at the forefront of battery joining for automotive applications and have a track record of supporting the challenges of OEMs and supply chains in the electric vehicle and energy sectors with impartial, confidential expert knowledge and resources, proving feasibility and building prototypes.

The UK pavilion showcases next-generation low carbon technologies from the UK’s leading innovators, including TWI.

The Battery Show Europe will feature over 540 exhibitors across the three days who will offer advice and solutions to your application needs as well as demonstrating the latest technologies. Along with pre-conference workshops, there are networking receptions, allowing you to meet peers and discuss the latest market innovations and gather new ideas for increased battery efficiencies and reduced manufacturing costs.

The UK pavilion is managed by the Advanced Propulsion Centre (APC) in partnership with Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy, and will showcase the best of British low carbon innovation at The Battery Show Europe, Europe’s largest H/EV and advanced battery technology trade fair.

We are pleased to be able to once again bring our knowledge and expertise to the leading meeting place for the advanced battery and H/EV technology community.

You can find out more about The Battery Show here and we look forward to seeing you at there.

You can also find out more about TWI’s work supporting electrification for automotive here.

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