JM unveils plans for new fuel cell component facility in Shanghai

Sustainable technologies company Johnson Matthey (JM) is expanding its fuel cell operations in China with a new £7.5m facility to manufacture critical components for customers in the region.

Marking JM’s first fuel cell component production site outside the UK, the new plant will produce around four million MEA components, a vital part of the fuel cell stack, per annum – enough to power more than 10,000 commercial vehicles and buses

The facility, together with investments to expand its facility in the UK, will increase JM’s total annual capacity to more than six million MEAs by early 2021.

JM expects the new site to be fully operational and serving customers in China and beyond by January 2021.

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