Newcastle based e-mobility solutions provider, 3ME Technology has inked a deal to support its’ growth in the flameproof underground vehicle space.
The 10-year distribution deal with China’s KESHI will provide 3ME Technology with access to KESHI’s expertise in flameproof technology as well as rights distribute the flameproof electric motors here in Australia.
“The distribution deal supports 3ME’s exclusive supply of KESHI-UQM explosion-proof motors into the Australian and New Zealand market,” 3ME said.
“3ME Technology aims to provide superior electro-mobility (e-mobility) solutions to improve safety, performance and sustainability with one of its key target industries being mining.
KESHI Group is a China (Jiangsu) based provider of mining transport systems including a range of China MA certified underground loaders and transport vehicles. The former state-owned enterprise has branches throughout China’s mining regions
“We have successfully used the highly-reliable UQM (Danfoss Editron) e-motors for many years which, combined with the KESHI flameproof enclosure, provides an excellent new product for our vehicle manufacturer partners supporting hazardous area operations.”
CEO of 3ME Technology Justin Bain said “3ME looks forward to long-term successful collaboration with KESHI Group” and “we have already identified other areas for promising collaboration in both the import and export space”.
3ME Technology has been a partner in the mining electric vehicle Bortana EV project.
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