KGS Battery Pte Ltd and Charged Form Strategic Alliance to Advance Sustainable Transportation and Recycling Initiatives

From left to right: Joel CY Chang, Chief Executive Officer of Charged Asia; Andrew Tay, Co-founder of KGS Battery Pte Ltd; T Max, Co-founder of KGS Battery Pte Ltd

SINGAPORE, 24 April 2024 – In KGS Battery Pte Ltd.’s move towards advancing battery recycling, KGS BATTERY PTE LTD and Charged officially signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) on March 18, 2024. This strategic partnership aims to create a seamless ecosystem for electric vehicle (EV) adoption and responsible battery recycling.

As leaders in their respective fields, KGS Battery Pte Ltd specialises in EV battery recycling, while Charged is renowned for its innovative approach to electric mobility solutions. By joining forces, both companies aim to make significant strides in promoting sustainability and mitigating electronic waste.

This partnership will establish an integrated ecosystem ensuring that EV batteries are not only efficiently utilised but also responsibly recycled at the end of their lifecycle. Charged will leverage the expertise of KGS Battery Pte Ltd to implement an end-of-life management program for its vehicle’s EV batteries. This initiative will guarantee that EV batteries are collected, processed, and recycled sustainably, minimising environmental impact.

Representatives from both KGS Battery Pte Ltd and Charged expressed their enthusiasm for this strategic partnership.

We are committed to revolutionising electric mobility with innovative solutions that not only drive sustainable transportation but also prioritise environmental responsibility. Our strategic alliance with Kgs Battery Pte Ltd marks a pivotal moment in our journey towards creating a seamless ecosystem for electric vehicle adoption and responsible battery recycling. Through this partnership, we aim to redefine the future of mobility by ensuring that every step of our vehicles’ lifecycle, from production to end-of-life management, is guided by principles of sustainability and eco-consciousness. Together, we are dedicated to creating an integrated ecosystem that ensures every step of the electric vehicle lifecycle, from adoption to recycling, is conducted with utmost care for the environment.” said Joel CY Chang, Chief Executive Officer of Charged Asia.

Likewise, KGS Battery Pte Ltd views this strategic partnership as a significant opportunity to further its mission of being the answer to the e-waste question. At KGS, “We are committed to driving battery recycling and environmental stewardship”, said T Max, Co-founder of KGS Battery Pte Ltd. By partnering with Charged, we can ensure that Ev Batteries are recycled efficiently and sustainably, contributing to a circular economy.

The signing of the memorandum marks the beginning of a collaborative effort focused on knowledge sharing and the implementation of environmentally friendly recycling processes. This milestone represents a significant step forward in the journey towards a sustainable tomorrow, emphasising sustainable transportation and environmental conservation. Through this synergistic collaboration, KGS Battery Pte Ltd and Charged are committed to making a positive impact on the future of urban transportation and environmental sustainability.

About KGS Battery Pte Ltd
KGS is a leading electronic waste management company dedicated to finding sustainable solutions for managing e-waste. With a mission to become the answer to the e-waste question, KGS employs innovative technologies and collaborative partnerships to drive positive change in the recycling industry.

About Charged
Charged is a prominent player in the field of sustainable mobility in Indonesia, dedicated to spearheading the electrification of transportation. Beyond simply being an electric vehicle company, we are trailblazers committed to transforming how people navigate urban environments. As a Certified B(Beneficial) corporation, it places equal emphasis on purpose and profit, ensuring that every decision made contributes to positive social and environmental impact.

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