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Dec. 16th, 2010

Thundersky Battery Limited was renamed as Winston Battery Limited

"Dear Customers,

This is to certify that although the name of Thunder Sky Battery Limited has been modified to Winston Battery Limited due to the development need, the battery technology and all the products of Winston Battery Lmited are the same as the previous “Thunder Sky” brand. Thanks very much for your support to “Thunder Sky” in the past and we wish that we will have a continuous cooperation in the future on behalf of Winston Battery Limited !"


Thunder Sky Battery Limited

Certification Letter.pdf

 

Nov. 18th, 2010

Everspring Global Limited is official a member of Hong Kong Export Credit Insurance Corporation (HKECIC)

Now our customer can apply for an open credit for payment in 30-90 days after placing the order. Learn more.

The Hong Kong Export Credit Insurance Corporation (ECIC) was created by statute in 1966 to encourage and support export trade through the provision of insurance protection for Hong Kong exporters against non-payment risks arising from commercial and political events. Its capital is wholly owned by the Government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region, which also guarantees its contingent liability, currently standing at $30 billion. Established under the Hong Kong Export Credit Insurance Corporation Ordinance (Chapter 1115) the Corporation operates in accordance with the requirements laid down in the Ordinance.

Nov. 17th, 2010

Everspring Global Limited, an official sponsor for the annual Cheung Chau New Year Island Run. This year again in January 1st, 2011.

 

Nov. 16th, 2010

Peter Lee, of Everspring Global Ltd, will be a guess speak of the event, "FUTURE OF ELECTRIC VEHICLES DECEMBER 7-8, 2010 SAN JOSE"

The topics is "Single Large Capacity Lithium ion cell for EVs", the fallacy of having Lithium ion cells in parallel. View Presentation PPT

http://www.idtechex.com/electric-vehicles-usa-10/speakers.asp

 

Oct. 1-10, 2010

Factory in Shenzhen close for National Day holiday.

Sept. 23rd, 2010

Mainland grip on rare earths limits free trade, Reuters in Washington (Sep 23, 2010)

The mainland's grip on the rare earths market shows the limits of free trade. The country's producers dominate the market, and a 72 per cent cut in export quotas for the second half of this year has sent global prices soaring. That is a blow to high-technology industrial users of the metals elsewhere - and a reminder that the assumptions that make globalisation beneficial can easily be thrown off.

Rare earths, a group of 17 metallic elements including yttrium and lanthanum used in small quantities to enhance batteries, computer and weapons systems, and other applications, are generally found together.  The United States was a major producer until the 1990s, but environmental concerns and low prices caused the closure of the Mountain Pass mine, the main US source, in 2002.

Since then, China has been the dominant source of rare earths, accounting for 97 per cent of world supply last year.Because of the technological applications, demand for rare earths is increasing rapidly from the 120,000 tones used last year. Much of the value added comes from their fabrication into batteries and other products.

The mainland's quota cut appears to have been motivated by a desire to increase its companies' share in these industries.
The quota cuts combined with rising demand have led a number of rare earth oxides to double or almost double in price this year. That has produced a rush to find other sources of supply, including plans for the full reopening of Mountain Pass and the redevelopment of an old mining area in South Africa - although both will take until 2012 at least.

It is tempting for China to risk such disruption for its own purposes. In the case of rare earths, the solution - other sources of production - is only a few years away. The danger is that in an uncertain global economy, the protectionist habit spreads.

About Yttrium (Rare Earth)

Yttrium (pronounced /ˈɪtriəm/ IT-ree-əm) is a chemical element with symbol Y and atomic number 39. It is a silvery-metallic transition metal chemically similar to the lanthanoids and has historically been classified as a rare earth element.[2] Yttrium is almost always found combined with the lanthanoids in rare earth minerals and is never found in nature as a free element. Its only stable isotope, 89Y, is also its only naturally occurring isotope. Learn more

 

Sept. 17th, 2010

Everspring Global Limited setup company name in Chinese

                                                       

 

July 27th, 2010

TS-LFP series is renamed as TS-LYP series to reflect the materials used for the batteries LiFeYPO4. There are no change in specifications.

 

May 21st, 2010

The Cheung Chau Bun Festival Parade 2010 sponsored by Everspring Global Ltd. (Keith Lau & Benz Chan in pictures)


May 17th, 2010

Everspring the official sponsor for Cheung Chau Bun Festival Parade 2010, the top 10 Quirky Local Festivals named by Time Magazine (www.time.com) 2010
(Keith Lau in picture)

 

 

May 5th, 2010

 

 

 

 

Thundersky batteries shown in Shanghai Expo 2010

 

April 16th, 2010

Everspring Global Ltd. is an official sponsor for the annual Bun Festival Best Photo Awards.

 

April 14th, 2010

An additional new sales office, One Peking, 1 Peking Road Tsim Sha Tsui.


 

Mar. 8th, 2010

We have moved to a new office, IFC 2 (International Financial Centre), the tallest building in Hong Kong.    

 

Mar. 8th, 2010

TS-LFP800AHA is replaced by TS-LFP1000AHA.   

 

Mar. 2nd, 2010

Benz Chan, our purchasing manager, performed during an annual dinner for a local charity community.

 

Jan. 29th, 2010

World Largest single cell Lithium ion battery with 3.2V 7,000Ah capacity weight 191 Kg. will be available in the 2nd quarter 2010. (Learn more)

 

Jan. 27th, 2010

Hong Kong Tycoon Mr. Li Ka Shing invests in stock 0729.HK Jia Sheng Holdings. Jia Sheng Holdings January 26 said it will cost a total of 2.75 billion Hong Kong dollars, the acquisition of all Union Grace Holdings Limited
which has all rights of Thundersky Battery Limited in Shenzhen, China.
 

      

Jan. 1st, 2010

Everspring Global Ltd. is an official sponsor for annual Cheung Chau Long Run. (Keith Lau in picture)

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