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Feintool, SITEC aims to meet Chinese fuel cell demand with bipolar production collaboration

Feintool, SITEC aims to meet Chinese fuel cell demand with bipolar production collaboration

With a surge in the demand for hydrogen fuel cells in China, Feintool and SITEC have teamed to support the industry by expanding metallic bipolar plates production.

Metallic bipolar plates make up the core of the fuel cell and, with an increase demand for fuel cells in China, there is an increasing demand for the components that also make them.

To this end, Feintool and SITEC have signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to tackle this rise in demand.

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