TRB Lightweight Structures inks £19m US deal to export EV battery parts made from waste

Cecilia Keating
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Deal with unnamed US engine producer represents major boost for Cambridgeshire firm that created the floors of the London Eye's pods and parts of Blackfriars Bridge

Manufacturing firm TRB Lightweight Structures has struck a £19m deal to export electric car battery parts made from organic waste to the US. Under the deal, components made from plant waste will be...

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