Botree Cycling – Chinese company wants to settle in Guben and recycle batteries.
Guben is booming – the next major investor is just around the corner: After Rock Tech wants to produce battery materials and Jack Link’s meat snacks, Botree Cycling now wants to recycle batteries – and create around 100 jobs.
The Chinese company “Botree Cycling” wants to invest in Guben (Spree-Neisse) and, among other things, build a battery recycling plant. The city announced that a letter of intent to purchase the property had been signed in mid-November. The company wants to invest up to 100 million euros in Guben.
It would be Botree Cycling’s first location in Europe – and the third major investment in the city in a short period of time. Last year, the German-Canadian company Rock Tech Lithium announced that it wanted to produce lithium hydroxide in Guben.
The substance is an important component of rechargeable batteries. The US company Jack Link’s is currently building a first production hall. It produces meat snacks and is best known in Germany for the mini salami Bifi. tart in just a few years
With Botree Cycling, new life is to be breathed into old batteries in the southern industrial area.
The city of Guben said: Around 100 employees will be employed on site during ongoing operations. In addition, up to 30 training positions could be offered at the same time. The company is planning a large education and training center. Specialists in battery recycling are to be trained in Guben.If all goes […]
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