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Volvo Group invests in Designwerk Technologies AG to complement e-mobility capabilities

Volvo electric truck range (Source: Volvo Group)

Volvo Group has announced that it has signed definitive agreements to procure 60 percent of Designwerk Technologies AG, an engineering company in Switzerland, that develops and sells electromobility products and engineering services within electromobility eco-systems. By investing in Designwerk Technologies, the Volvo Group will complement its existing capabilities when it comes to niche products and solutions.

"Designwerk Technologies have strong competencies within electromobility, focused on developing, prototyping, and producing low volume niche products in the entire industrial electromobility spectrum, which makes it a great complement to the Volvo Group's capabilities. This investment will support the Volvo Group transition towards climate-neutral transport solutions across segments," says Lars Stenqvist, Volvo Group Chief Technology Officer.

Designwerk Technologies offer customized electric trucks under the brand Futuricum, mobile rapid chargers, and high voltage battery systems. As an innovative company, Designwerk Technologies is working in fast feedback loops in development with customers to constantly improve their offerings.

"We look forward to continuing to support Volvo Group's electromobility transformation, with additional agility and performance. By adding the scale and competencies of Volvo to our niche production we will both be able to speed up the necessary implementation of electric vehicles and supporting infrastructure, and increase the share of zero-emission journeys on the roads," says Adrian Melliger, CEO of Designwerk Technologies. 

Author : Debi Dash
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