Bafang Opens Production Facility in Poland

WROCLOW, Poland – Earlier today President and CEO Qinghua Wang of Bafang Electric (Suzhou) Co. Ltd. officially opened the company’s new production facility based in Wroclow, Poland. At the opening ceremony he said that the new factory will improve the company’s service level in Europe; in particular as eventually Bafang plans to produce 600,000 e-bike (mid) motors here.
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GreenPack Starts Production of Battery Sharing System for LEVs

BERLIN, Germany – At the beginning of August, Berlin-based start-up GreenPack Mobile Energy Solutions GmbH started series production of its innovative battery exchange stations for light electric vehicles (LEVs). These intelligent “Swobbee Sharing Points” will be assembled at GreenPack’s headquarters in the German capital on a specially constructed assembly line. GreenPack will present their battery sharing stations at Eurobike at stand A1-700.
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Will New Hi-Tech Steel Grade Revolutionize Frame Production in Europe?

DUISBURG, Germany – Is there a solution for the major problem that the rocketing e-bike sales in Europe is facing? That problem is in the limited availability of aluminum frames. Production in Europe has to increase; and fast. But starting (robotized) production of alloy frames is complicated. Steel is much easier to process. However, there’s no going back to chromoly tubing. Is a new highly durable steel grade with higher strength and stiffness than aluminum with the forming capabilities of carbon offering the solution?
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Regulations Trigger Massive Production Relocation to Cambodia

PHNOM PENH, Cambodia – The bicycle industry in the South East Asian nation Cambodia is on the brink of a major hike in production volumes. Preparations have been taking place for a while, but might get a push depending on the outcome of the G20 meeting later this week in Japan.
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Production at Fritz Jou Bikes Europe Picks Up Speed

TAIPEI, Taiwan – Fritz Jou Mfg. Co. Ltd was among the first overseas companies who announced to invest in a production facility in the Bike Value Portugal. Bike Europe had the opportunity to talk exclusively with Fritz Jou Mfg. Co, Ltd founder and President Fritz Jou about his European ambitions. “The factory is already operational and by the end of 2019, we expect everything to be ready. Then our annual capacity is 300,000 units,” said Fritz Jou.
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