Cox Automotive opened an EV battery solutions center

Cox Automotive opened an EV battery solutions center

The EV battery service center offers a variety of storage, logistics, diagnostics, repair and remanufacturing services.

Cox Automotive revealed the opening of its new EV battery solutions service center in Conyers, Ga. The growth of Cox Automotive’s global EV battery service network in the Southeastern United States comes at a time of rapid EV growth in the state of Georgia, with EV facility investments from various automakers and battery manufacturers, the company said.

The company said its advanced EV battery service center in Conyers, Ga. offers a variety of storage, logistics, diagnostics, repair and remanufacturing services to support automotive manufacturers, dealers and fleet operators.

“The geographic expansion of our EV battery service network reinforces our dedication to both our customers and the growth of the new and used electric vehicle market in the U.S.,” Lea Malloy, AVP of EV battery solutions, Cox Automotive, said. “As the global leader of integrated battery caretaking services, 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.”

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