Friday , June 18 2021

Sonnen returns factory factory to the inauguration of Adelaide



The factory has returned to Adelaide's northern heart with the German giant Sonn battery, opening up to the new Factory of Holden.

The first batteries have been started up, more than 12 months after the production of automobiles.

Sonnen has already worked 50 full-time Adelaide employees, but the number of over 400 is expected by the end of next year.

The factory returned to Adelaide after the giant German battery, Sonnen opened the factory in the old town of Holden.
The factory returned to Adelaide after the giant German battery, Sonnen opened the factory in the old town of Holden. (9NEWS)
Sonnen employs 50 full-time employees in the factory to expect a greater number of more than 400.
Sonnen employs 50 full-time employee employees together with 400. (9NEWS)

Prime Minister Steven Marshall gives new opportunities to those who do not follow Holden's closure.

"Thirty new jobs will be created – 430 jobs will be created to manufacture and install South Australia," he said.

"Many Sonnen working people already came from the original GM business.

So far, 14 employees of GM workers have been lost when Holden plant closure was done with Sonnen.
So far, 14 employees of GM workers have been lost when Holden plant closure was done with Sonnen. (9NEWS)
Over the next few weeks, the additional machinery will be included in 50,000 energy storage systems.
Over the next few weeks, the additional machinery will be included in 50,000 energy storage systems. (9NEWS)

"The fact is that 14 employees of GM workers have returned to Sonnen's operations in Elizabeth."

In the coming weeks, machinery and parts will be completed to build 50,000 energy storage systems in the Elizabeth factory for the last five years, including those used for domestic $ 100 million in home battery systems.

"This is the capacity we have in our German night club and we are currently producing two more times in our Georgia Atlanta factory," said Sonnen CEO Christoph Ostermann.

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