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SK will build a lithium-ion battery separator plant in Poland

by Rick Mullin
March 29, 2019 | APPEARED IN VOLUME 97, ISSUE 13

 

SK Innovation plans to build a lithium-ion battery separator facility in Poland. The project will cost $377 million and produce 340 million m2 of separator film annually, starting in 2021. Earlier this year the South Korean conglomerate announced that it will spend more than $800 million on an electric-vehicle battery plant in Hungary. SK is one of several firms investing in separators; Asahi Kasei announced a $270 million capacity boost project earlier this year.

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