LG Energy Solution intends to standardize the production of its batteries

LG Energy Solution intends to standardize the production of its batteries

The South Korean LG Energy Solution intends to standardize the production of its batteries with the ambitious aim of setting up autonomous traction battery lines.

The project was initiated by the top managers of LGES. To date, the company has relied heavily on the usual human experience in producing products. As a result, the productivity of the work and the percentage of the marriage were largely dependent on the qualities of a particular assembly line engineer and were very different from the party to the party.

Now, according to The Elec's sources, the company's management wants to maintain the same level of control over the production process as is provided by the production of semiconductors and display panels.

According to the publication, in the last couple of years, chips and display panels have been increasingly used by fewer operators, and automated, increasingly efficient systems with increased productivity have been used.

LGES, which already provides a 90 per cent "good-for-work" output in the manufacture of traction machines, expects that the standardization of process processes will accelerate growth and further reduce the rate of marriage.

In addition to the top managers' thematic meetings, the company is conducting research on the issue at its production sites around the world, including lines in Michigan and Ohio in the United States, as well as Nanjing in China and Wroclaw in Poland, which is expected to take some time.

The company had previously announced its intention to triple the sales of traction batteries over the next five years.