Tesla Buys Hibar Systems for Faster Battery Production – Assembling 1000 Parts Per Minute

Tesla Buys Hibar Systems for Faster Battery Production – Assembling 1000 Parts Per Minute

Brian Wang |
October 14, 2019 |

Tesla bought, Hibar Systems, a Richmond Hiller, Ontario-based battery maker. Hibar is a World leader in the development of battery manufacturing technology.

Hibar Systems was 30 years old. They have accumulated“technical know-how and manufacturing capability for automated production of lithium-ion, zinc chloride, lead acid, nickel metal hydride and alkaline batteries.

Hibar has operations in China and build state of the art automated systems.

Here is link to the old Hibar website.

Hibar is truly unique in its capability to provide the World’s leading manufacturers with innovative advanced automation solutions that are engineered specifically to suit their production automation requirements ranging from simple single station bottle filling systems to sophisticated high-speed assembly systems running in excess of 1000 parts per minute. This unique capability is made possible through Hibar’s vertically integrated structure. Our structure incorporates all facets of custom building state of the art automated systems including engineering, manufacturing, machine assembly, machine controls and system testing and qualification.

Our comprehensive self-contained organizational structure not only facilitates the efficient production of our standard products but it also enhances our ability to innovate. We can move quickly from concept to prototype to production as is required in the case of new and /or custom-engineered automated systems.

A highly disciplines approach is applied with very close coordination of all departments. This effort is supported from start to finish by our fully integrated ERP System for managing the thousands of components, operations and logistics required for creating such a diverse range of custom equipment.

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SOURCES- Tesla, Wayback Machine, Hibar, Financial Times

Written By Brian Wang, Nextbigfuture.com

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