Liu Jingyu, chairwoman and CEO of China Aviation Lithium Battery (CALB), the mainland’s third-largest electric vehicle (EV) battery maker. Photo: Handout
Liu Jingyu, chairwoman and CEO of China Aviation Lithium Battery (CALB), the mainland’s third-largest electric vehicle (EV) battery maker. Photo: Handout

exclusive | CALB aims for ‘aggressive’ expansion in its goal to be among the world’s top three EV battery makers

  • CALB is eyeing a total capacity of 500 gigawatt-hours (GWh) in 2025, more than 42 times the 11.9 GWh it produced last year
  • The Jiangsu-based company raised US$1.26 billion in its Hong Kong IPO, aiming to achieve the top three global ranking within five years, its CEO says

Liu Jingyu, chairwoman and CEO of China Aviation Lithium Battery (CALB), the mainland’s third-largest electric vehicle (EV) battery maker. Photo: Handout
Liu Jingyu, chairwoman and CEO of China Aviation Lithium Battery (CALB), the mainland’s third-largest electric vehicle (EV) battery maker. Photo: Handout
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