Japan’s Mitsui Chemicals has initiated the assembly of electrolyte solution at its facilities at Nagoya Works, to fulfill the growing demand for the lithium-ion battery-use electrolyte solution.
The new facility will annually manufacture 5,000t of the electrolyte solution.
With the magnified production and usage among the world mobile device markets, the demand for the lithium-ion batteries has grownup considerably.
Mitsui Chemicals conjointly has electrolyte solution production facilities at formosa Mitsui Advanced Chemicals (FMAC) in China.
FMAC could be a venture company between Mitsui Chemicals and formosa Plastics that was created to cater the rising domestic demand for the lithium-ion battery-use electrolyte solution.
Mitsui Chemicals intends to reinforce and promote its solution answer business through its facilities at Nagoya Works, and move removed from its existing contract production.
From Gregorian calendar month, Mitsui Chemicals plans to additional expand its electrolyte solution production facilities at FMAC, yet as improve its production and provide systems so as to reinforce its footprint within the market.
The company anticipates that the mobility domain would be one in all the key segments for the lithium-ion battery-use electrolyte solution.
Using its technical experience, Mitsui Chemicals intends to provide and distribute high-quality electrolyte solution and strengthen its electrolyte solution business with attention on the mobility domain.
According to the corporate, the electrolyte solution market is anticipated to grow within the future, because the demand for the eco-friendly hybrid and electrical vehicles is bit by bit on the increase in East Asia.