SVOLT engages Schwartz Public Relations with communications for major European project

Lead agency for communication concerning the settlement of the global high-tech company for battery systems in Europe

Munich 18.11.2020 /

The global high-tech company SVOLT ( with headquarters in China, which develops and produces lithium-ion batteries and battery systems for electric vehicles and energy storage systems, partners with Munich-based PR agency Schwartz Public Relations as lead agency for communication on all channels in Europe. The agency will initially focus on announcing the European production facilities – one of the largest global settlement projects of its kind at present. At two locations in Saarland, a state-of-the-art cell factory with 24 GWh production capacity in the final expansion stage and a module and pack factory will be built. A total investment of up to EUR 2 billion is planned in Europe. In total, SVOLT aims to create up to 2,000 jobs.

Furthermore, Schwartz PR will focus on SVOLT’s products, solutions and innovations in addition to location communication, and will manage corporate communication.

About Schwartz PR

Munich based agency Schwartz Public Relations focuses on public relations services and consulting for German and international companies in the technology and service sectors and is one of the five leading agencies in this segment in Germany.

The agency offers its clients the entire range of communicational tools - from corporate communications, social media and product PR to internal communications and crisis communications as well as web content creation and content marketing. Schwartz Public Relations was founded in 1994 by Christoph Schwartz in Munich and is the exclusive DACH partner of the international PR network Eurocom Worldwide. In 2016, 2017, 2019, 2020, 2021, 2022 and 2023 Schwartz PR was recognized as “Best Consultancy To Work For” in EMEA by the Sabre Awards.

Press contact

Schwartz Public Relations
Sendlinger Straße 42A
D-80331 Munich


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