A new method for large-scale, cost-efficient manufacturing of fuel cell plates will be the focus of AP&T’s participation at Fuel Cell Seminar & Energy Exposition in Los Angeles, November 16-19. The method has been developed in cooperation with Sandvik and Cell Impact, which will also take part in the seminar. The production process is based on AP&T’s extensive experience of production lines for manufacturing heat exchanger plates.
AP&T develops and manufactures production solutions, automation, presses and tools for a wide range of customer segments and product categories. Amongst other things, a purposeful investment in press hardening has helped make the company a world leader in the field and an important cooperation partner of the global car industry. AP&T’s customers include both OEMs and suppliers of parts and components.
The new method for manufacturing fuel cell plates will be presented virtually at AP&T’s booth during the seminar days.
AP&T is a global business with operations in North and South America, as well as in Europe and Asia. The company’s headquarters and R&D are located in Sweden.