CALB announced on August 3rd that, in response to the intellectual property infringement lawsuit filed by CATL against CALB regarding positive electrode slices, batteries, and lithium-ion battery invention patents, both of the patents involved in the lawsuit have been declared completely invalid by the National Intellectual Property Office.
Hong Kong-listed Chinese battery manufacturer CALB has filed a lawsuit, suing its competitor CATL for alleged unfair competition by abusing patent rights for malicious rights protection and wanton slander.
REPT, a Chinese electric vehicle battery manufacturer backed by leading nickel and stainless steel producer Tsingshan Holding Group, has submitted an application for an overseas public listing.
Fluctuating supply and demand within China's lithium-ion battery industrial chain has attracted widespread attention recently. Production capacity now far exceeds demand, and some entities in the sector are seemingly pursuing blind expansion and hoarding.
Chinese battery maker CALB announced on November 30 that it will immediately stop selling products that infringe on the patent rights of a rival, CATL, and compensate the latter 2.96 million yuan ($417,577).
Chinese battery manufacturer CALB announced on November 3 that it has signed a memorandum of understanding with a subsidiary of the Portuguese Agency for Investment and Foreign Trade.
South Korean energy market research institution SNE Research on October 6 released its latest data on the global installed battery capacity of electric vehicles. CATL continued to dominate the list with cumulative installed capacity reaching 102.2 GWh, exceeding the 96.7 GWh achieved last year.
Chinese battery manufacturer CALB, which was recently listed on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange, announced on October 8 that the first batch of products from a project worth 24.8 billion yuan ($3.49 billion) in Hefei, Anhui Province, have rolled off the production line.
China Aviation Lithium Battery Co., Ltd. (CALB) officially listed on the main board of the Hong Kong Stock Exchange under the symbol of "3931" on October 6, becoming the first battery company listed on the exchange.
Sichuan-based mining and manufacturing firm Tianqi Lithium released two announcements on September 21 aimed at boosting its stock price and market value.
Chinese second- and third-tier battery manufacturers have been ramping up production and accelerating their overseas presence this year, vying for market share alongside first-tier players such as CATL and BYD.
Major battery manufacturer China Aviation Lithium Battery (CALB) received approval on September 8 from the Hong Kong Stock Exchange to carry out a public listing.
The Hurun Research Institute released its Global Unicorn Index 2022 Half-Year Report on August 30, offering a ranking of the world’s startups founded since 2000 and worth at least $1 billion, although not yet listed on a public exchange.
On August 27, Liu Jingyu, the chairman of China Aviation Lithium Battery (CALB), delivered a video speech at the 2022 World New Energy Vehicle Congress, saying that the company will soon launch several new batteries.