On the 31st May 2023, Korean components manufacturer Hyundai Mobis started the construction of a new battery pack production plant in Indonesia. The production facility, located in the Deltamas Industrial Complex in Bekasi, near Jakarta, comprises of a USD60 million investment which is scheduled to begin production in the first half of 2024. The cells to be deployed in the new plant’s battery systems will be sourced from HLI Green Power, a joint venture between Hyundai Group and LG Energy Solution, which is also building a plant near Jakarta in Karawang and is scheduled to begin production in the first half next year at a targeted annual production capacity of 10GWh.

With Hyundai having opened its first vehicle production plant in Indonesia in 2022, which is the first of the company’s Southeast Asian factories to produce BEVs, the new Hyundai Mobis pack facility completes an EV production ecosystem in the country with an established supply chain from cell to pack to vehicle.




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