The new EV battery service center provides flexible capacity and logistics expertise that frees OEM resources to focus on new product development and customer engagement.  -  Photo: Cox Automotive

The new EV battery service center provides flexible capacity and logistics expertise that frees OEM resources to focus on new product development and customer engagement.

Photo: Cox Automotive

Cox Automotive recently opened its new EV battery service center in Conyers, Ga. signaling how the company's EV battery service network in the Southeastern U.S. coincides with rapid EV growth in Georgia, where automakers and battery manufacturers are investing in EV facilities.

“The geographic expansion of our EV battery service network reinforces our dedication to the growth of the new and used electric vehicle market in the U.S.,” said Lea Malloy, assistant vice president of EV Battery Solutions at Cox Automotive, in a Jan. 31 news release announcing the facility. “We provide flexible capacity and logistics expertise that frees OEM resources to focus on new product development and customer engagement that is essential to further driving EV growth.”

Cox Automotive's EV battery lifecycle management includes managing battery recall with efficiency and safety while offering solutions to address emergency battery-related incidents for OEMs and dealerships across the U.S.

Cox Automotive supports practices that enable the extension of EV battery first lives and end-of-life reuse and recovery treatments. This includes a variety of storage, logistics, diagnostics, repair and remanufacturing services being conducted at the company’s global EV battery service facilities in Oklahoma City, Okla., Belleville, Mich., Las Vegas, Conyers, Ga., Ede, Netherlands, as well as select Manheim operating locations.

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