Uniti relocates its Factory to Landskrona

Uniti is constructing a new plant in Landskrona and plans to move there starting from November 1, 2017, according to a press release issued by Uniti.

The production line at the new plant will be launched on December 7, 2017, and the entire move of the Swedish manufacturer of electric cars shall have been completed by March 2018 .

After 2 years of evaluation process, Uniti finally decided to place its European production plant in Landskrona and will launch its new electric car with a big event on December 7, 2017, where many people, including current investors (over 1000 people), car buyers (with current 915 pre-orders), Unitis partners and supporters, will meet and have the chance to see the new plant on field. The event will also include an exhibition of Unit’s key partners, including Siemensand KUKA Robotics.

During the first year at the new plant, Uniti will expand its evaluation process of the prototype to be launched on December 7, 2017. In parallel, planning for production will steadily go on. The new facility is located in central Landskrona with good access to logistics solutions, storage facilities and flexible connections with Copenhagen, Malmö, Lund as well as surrounding areas.

“Landskrona is an ideal place to manufacture and assemble our products. It is also obvious that Landskrona has ambitious plans to become a center for new technologies in the region and they have all resources in place to reach this goal“, says Lewis Horne, Uniti CEO.

Landskrona has a long tradition of work to convert to renewable energy and sustainable transport. Besides, the city has established logistics center for air-, rail- and truck freights. Landskrona also has high-speed internet coverage via fiber, and can provide sustainable energy production plants.

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