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South Korean Apro Accelerates Expansion in US Battery Market, Supplying Ultium Cells Amid Rising Demand

Battery equipment company Apro has begun exporting equipment for Ultium Cells' second factory, with equipment for the third factory on standby. Ultium Cells is a joint venture between LG Energy Solutions and General Motors (GM), and currently operates one plant.

Apro announced that it has started supplying battery equipment to Ultium Cells' second factory, after a final inspection at their R&D center in Siheung-si, Gyeonggi-do, South Korea. This is the first shipment of activation equipment for the second plant. Apro previously entered the US market by supplying activation equipment to Ultium Cells' Ohio Plant 1.

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