Hexagon and Cimc Enric to accelerate hydrogen transport in China and Southeast Asia

Hexagon Composites and Chinese energy equipment manufacturer Cimc Enric are joining forces to accelerate zero emission hydrogen transportation in China and Southeast Asia.

The two companies will jointly establish facilities for manufacturing cylinders to serve the fast-growing demand of the Chinese and Southeast Asian market for safe, lightweight and cost-efficient compressed hydrogen storage solutions.

“China is on its way to becoming the largest market globally for hydrogen mobility and distribution,” said Jon Erik Engeset, CEO of Hexagon.

“We wanted to team up with a strong Chinese industrial partner to secure the leading role in this development.”

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