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South Korea’s Ecopro to Construct European Plant for Cathode Material Production in Hungary

Ecopro, the battery material company, has announced plans to construct a new plant in Hungary for producing cathode materials, marking its first foray into overseas operations. The company has committed $755.4 million towards the facility in Debrenze, where a groundbreaking ceremony is scheduled for April 19th.

Similar to Ecopro's Pohang Campus in Korea, the Hungary plant will create a circular economy for recycling waste batteries and producing cathode materials. The various divisions responsible for different aspects of the process include Ecopro Materials for precursors, Ecopro BM for cathode materials, Ecopro AP for gas, and Ecopro Innovation for lithium. . .

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