Cell Impact has opened a new facility in Karlskoga, Sweden, for the production of custom-design metal bipolar flow plates for the hydrogen fuel cell market.
The new plant will be equipped with machines required to manufacture high-quality flow plates based on Cell Impact’s production method Cell Impact Forming ™.
It will also be equipped for cutting, welding and leak testing bipolar flow plates.
Pär Teike, CEO of Cell Impact, said, “It feels great to have finally moved to new nice premises. A larger production area is important for our customers and prospects. It creates trust in us as a supplier that can grow.”
Tord Lätt, Operations Manager at Cell Impact, said, “Much of our focus has been on preparing the premises, moving our existing machine park and installing some new equipment.”
“Now the next step is to start projects around automation to gradually increase our cost efficiency and capacity.”