Avery Dennison Adds EV Battery Solutions to Energy Storage Line
Avery Dennison Corporation
Avery Dennison Corporation, a global leader in materials research and production, has introduced a range of products and services for electric vehicle (EV) batteries.
With supportive regulatory frameworks and economic incentives, a steady drop in battery prices, and the ambition to achieve net-zero emissions, Asia Pacific sees accelerated adoption of EVs in the region, with new specifications emerging that necessitate the need for a broader range of pressure-sensitive solutions that ensure the EV battery's durability, dependability, safety, and sustainability.
Avery Dennison's full line of EV batteries includes advanced products that cover every part of a lithium-ion battery, from the cell to the module to the pack, by bonding and protecting its parts in different ways.
The portfolio also has pressure-sensitive labels that are strong enough to hold important information for the whole life of the battery. In addition, the company uses radio-frequency identification (RFID) as part of its supply chain process and product optimisation.
Hyo Xi, Director of Energy Storage at Avery Dennison APAC, said:
“The battery is the heart of an electric vehicle. Despite its growing complexity, the future of EV battery production remains bright. With Avery Dennison’s long history in the automotive industry, our unique combination of materials expertise, and end-to-end technology, we believe our cutting-edge products will enable us to meet the EV industry’s unique demands and provide an all-rounded solution to our customers.”
Avery Dennison is aware of how its products affect the environment, so it tries to build environmentally friendly features into all of its solutions and uses its resources wisely. This includes making recyclable adhesives, facestocks, liners, and radio-frequency identification products.
"Connecting pressure-sensitive materials with sustainability builds on the company's position as an industry leader with strong commitments to innovation that reduces waste and carbon emissions and helps create a circular economy," Hyo Xi said.
Source: Media OutReach