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CELL IMPACT AB (Nasdaq First North GM: CI), IN COOPERATION WITH LEADING JAPANESE AUTOMOTIVE SUPPLIER F.C.C. CO., LTD. BUILD A DEMONSTRATION PLANT FOR CELL IMPACT FORMING™ FLOW PLATES IN JAPAN.

For several years, Cell Impact has been conducting customer development projects for flow plates in Japan, a major market for fuel cells and electrolysis equipment. The Japanese market is also one of the most demanding markets in the world, requiring a long-term perspective and systematic work to be successful. With this in mind, Cell Impact Japan Inc. was established in early 2021 to better address market needs and strengthen the company’s marketing capabilities.

In collaboration with F.C.C., a leading global automotive supplier, Cell Impact is pleased to announce that a Cell Impact Forming flow plate line will be installed at F.C.C. in Hamamatsu, Japan.

Over an extended period of time, this initiative will demonstrate Cell Impact’s scalable, environmentally friendly and cost-effective flow plate forming and manufacturing technology to existing and potential customers.

“F.C.C. has determined that Cell Impact Forming is a unique and cost-effective method for manufacturing flow plates. Therefore, we are pleased to have formed a joint team with Cell Impact to conduct production demonstrations here in Japan so that the fuel cell industry can learn more about this promising technology,” said Yoshifumi Fuchigami, Operating Officer at F.C.C.

“We are excited to be working with F.C.C., a truly professional company with state-of-the-art manufacturing technologies and know-how, and to have the opportunity to demonstrate the benefits of Cell Impact’s forming technology in Japan,” says Shigeru Nakagawa, Managing Director of Cell Impact Japan Inc.

“F.C.C. has a great interest in this industry, and I am sure that with their support we will excel in the demonstration activities,” says Pär Teike, CEO of Cell Impact.

The Cell Impact forming facility at F.C.C. is scheduled to be operational in the fall.

INFORMATION ON CELL IMPACT

Cell Impact AB (publ) is a global supplier of advanced flow plates for fuel cell and electrolysis manufacturers. The company has developed and patented a unique high speed forming process, CELL IMPACT FORMING™, which is much more scalable and cost effective compared to conventional forming processes. CELL IMPACT FORMING is an environmentally friendly forming technology that uses no water and very little electricity.

Cell Impact shares are listed on the Nasdaq First North Growth Market and FNCA Sweden AB is the company’s certified advisor (CA). Contact information: +46 8-528 00 399 or [email protected].

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Pär Teike,
CEO,
Cell Impact AB,
+46 73-024 06 84 or [email protected] /Shigeru Nakagawa,
Managing Director,
Cell Impact Japan Inc,
+81 90 6831 1866 or [email protected]

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