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JJE Is Awarded Its Largest Production Contract by North America Customer
JJE North America, LLC, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Jing-Jin Electric Technologies, has been nominated by a large US automotive OEM for a 200kW 3-in-1 Electric Drive Module (EDM). The EDM will be applied to multiple Battery Electric Vehicle (BEV) platforms for the customer’s high-end and mid-market brands across North American, European, and Asia-Pacific markets. Starting in 2022, JJE will produce the EDM in its newly established, highly automated manufacturing facility located in Farmington Hills, Michigan. This nomination represents the largest single production award in JJE’s history.
JJE Awarded FCA 's “North America Outstanding Quality Award”
On July 24, 2019, senior managers of the Fiat Chrysler Group's(FCA) global headquarters, North America and Asia Pacific came to Jing-Jin Electric(JJE) Shanghai Jiading Base to present the North America Outstanding Quality Award to Jing-Jin Electric. In recognition of the refined electric company - especially the Jiading production base in Shanghai - excellent product quality performance. Jing-Jin Electric Shanghai Jiading Base was founded in 2009. After nearly ten years of hard work, it has been making progress in production system and quality management. It has been supplied to FCA Group North America since 2018 (Grand Voyager PHEV and Jeep Commander PHEV are highly efficient) Oil-cooled generators, drive motors and high-speed gear shafts continue to maintain an excellent quality record of “zero defect, zero warranty”. The quality of zero kilometers and the quality of use are 100%, Jing-Jin Electric won the highest quality award of FCA Group with excellent quality performance. The congratulatory letter from the FCA Group stated that "Your commitment and support demonstrates exceptional performance and dedication to excellence.”
JJE Hybrid Electric Drive Achieves Breakthrough Fuel Saving
Jing-Jin Electric's (JJE) latest heavy duty hybrid electric drive system achieved a record-breaking 35% fuel consumption reduction (or 54% fuel economy improvement) relative to national limits on a 26-ton truck, over C-WTVC test cycle.