Cell Impact has secured an order for flow plate tooling and flow plate prototype production for hydrogen fuel cell manufacture for SEK 5.3 million ($616,000).
The order, which is expected to be delivered in the third quarter of 2021, is a continuation of previously established activities in Japan as part of NKC Japan’s partnership.
Cell Impact, established in Sweden, provides custom metal flow plates to the global fuel cell industry.
It offers design assistance, prototype, and flow plate fabrication.
The company has not only worked out how to mass-produce metal flow plates, but it has also figured out how to make custom flow plates utilizing its unique, breakthrough Cell Impact Forming technology.
This method can generate huge quantities of flow plates with sophisticated shape patterns at a reasonable cost and with consistent quality.
Shigeru Nakagawa, Managing Director of Cell Impact Japan, said, “I’m very pleased to be able to build on and continue the development activity established during the partnership with NKC Japan.”
Pär Teike, CEO of Cell Impact AB, said, “The Japanese market is one of the world’s most demanding, and continuity of purpose is essential.
“I am therefore glad that Cell Impact received this order as it results from our continued solid development efforts.
“Through our new Japanese company and a strong commitment to the Japanese market, this order indicates that we are making good progress.”