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November 29, 2021 06:26 AM 

 

Stellantis inks deal with Vulcan for CO2-free lithium supply in Europe

Start-up will supply battery-grade lithium hydroxide to the automaker from 2026

 

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BERLIN -- Stellantis has signed a preliminary deal with lithium developer Vulcan Energy Resources for the supply of climate-friendly lithium from Germany, the automaker said on Monday.

Stellantis is the latest automaker to sign a deal with the German-Australian start-up to lock down supplies of the battery metal ahead of an expected surge in global demand as a transition towards cleaner mobility gains traction.

As part of the five-year agreement, Vulcan will supply between 81,000 and 99,000 tons of battery-grade lithium hydroxide in Europe to Stellantis from 2026, they said in a statement. No financial details of the agreement were provided.

Vulcan is one of a number of companies testing a direct lithium extraction (DLE) method that uses less land and groundwater, making it more sustainable than the most-common existing methods of open-pit mines and brine evaporation ponds.

Stellantis has pledged to invest more than 30 billion euros ($33.8 billion) through 2025 on electrifying its vehicle lineup.

As part of this plan the group will build three battery production facilities in Europe, two in Germany and France through its ACC joint venture with Daimler and TotalEnergies and one in Italy, though details about it are still to be disclosed.

Stellantis, whose brands include Opel, Citroen, Jeep and Alfa Romeo, is targeting more than 70 percent of sales in Europe to be of low-emissions vehicles by 2030.

 

"This agreement is further proof that we have the competitive spirit to deliver on our commitments," Stellantis Chief Purchasing and Supply Chain Officer Michelle Wen said.

The announcement comes a week after Vulcan signed a second deal with Renault to supply up to 32,000 metric tons of battery-grade lithium chemicals from its geothermal brine deposits in Germany.

Vulcan already has supply deals with Belgian recycling group Umicore and South Korea's LG Chem.

 

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Stellantis Signs Lithium Supply Agreement with Vulcan Energy

 

Agreement supports decarbonized supply of key raw material for electrified vehicle battery packs

 

Key element to power Stellantis’ aggressive electrification strategy

 

AMSTERDAM – Stellantis N.V. (NYSE / MTA / Euronext Paris: STLA) (“Stellantis”) and Vulcan Energy Resources Ltd. (ASX: VUL) announced today the signing of  a binding agreement (“Agreement”) for Vulcan to supply battery grade lithium hydroxide in Europe for use in electrified vehicles to the Stellantis Group. The five-year agreement calls for shipments to begin in 2026.

The Vulcan supply agreement is a part of the Stellantis electrification strategy, detailed during the EV Day presentation in July 2021, to guarantee the adequate availability of key raw materials for electrified vehicle battery packs. Stellantis plans to invest more than €30 billion through 2025 in electrification and software development, while targeting to continue to be 30 percent more efficient than the industry with respect to total Capex and R&D spend versus revenues.

“Stellantis is moving forward on its electrification strategy with speed and power. This agreement is further proof that we have the competitive spirit to deliver on our commitments,” said Michelle Wen, Stellantis Chief Purchasing and Supply Chain Officer. “Safe, clean and affordable freedom of mobility represents a strong expectation of our societies and we are committed to deliver on that matter.”

Stellantis targets that more than 70 percent of its vehicle sales in Europe and more than 40 percent of vehicle sales in the United States will be low emission vehicles (LEV) by 2030. Each of the company’s 14 iconic vehicle brands is committed to offering best-in-class fully electrified solutions.

Vulcan’s Zero Carbon Lithium™ Project in the Upper Rhine Valley in Germany uses geothermal energy to produce battery-quality lithium hydroxide from brine without the use of fossil fuels and minimal water usage, reducing the generation of carbon in the battery metals supply chain.

“The definitive offtake agreement with Stellantis aligns with our mission to decarbonize the lithium ion battery and electric vehicle supply chain,” said Dr. Francis Wedin, Vulcan Managing Director. “The Vulcan Zero Carbon Lithium™ Project also intends to reduce the transport distance of lithium chemicals into Europe, and our location in Germany, proximal to Stellantis’ European gigafactories, is consistent with this strategy. We look forward to a long and productive relationship between Vulcan and Stellantis, as we work to achieve our shared sustainability and decarbonization ambitions.”

Vulcan will supply Stellantis with a minimum of 81,000 metric tons and a maximum of 99,000 metric tons of lithium hydroxide over the five-year term of the agreement.

The supply agreement is subject to the successful start of commercial operation at the Vulcan facility and full product qualification.

 

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Stellantis e Factorial Energy collaboreranno per sviluppare batterie a stato solido per i veicoli elettrici

AMSTERDAM, 30 novembre 2021 - Stellantis N.V. (NYSE/MTA/Euronext Paris: STLA) e Factorial Energy (Factorial) hanno annunciato oggi la firma di un accordo di sviluppo congiunto per implementare la tecnologia di Factorial delle batterie a stato solido ad alta tensione per applicazioni di trazione. L’accordo prevede anche un investimento strategico da parte di Stellantis. 

“Il nostro investimento in Factorial e in altri partner autorevoli specializzati nello sviluppo di batterie aumenta la velocità e l’agilità necessarie ad adottare tecnologie all’avanguardia per il nostro portfolio di veicoli elettrici”, ha dichiarato il CEO di Stellantis Carlos Tavares. “Iniziative come questa ridurranno il time to market e renderanno più conveniente la transizione alla tecnologia a stato solido.”

Factorial ha sviluppato un’innovativa tecnologia sullo stato solido, focalizzata sui problemi chiave che ostacolano l’adozione su larga scala dei veicoli elettrici da parte dei consumatori: l’autonomia e la sicurezza.  

“È un grande onore collaborare con Stellantis, uno dei principali attori della mobilità globale, che include nel suo portfolio alcuni dei marchi automotive più iconici al mondo”, ha dichiarato Siyu Huang, co-fondatore e CEO di Factorial Energy. “Per noi è una straordinaria occasione per promuovere l’adozione della nostra tecnologia legata alle batterie a stato solido nel mercato di massa, una tecnologia pulita, efficiente e sicura.”

Durante l’evento EV Day, svoltosi nel luglio 2021, Stellantis ha annunciato l’obiettivo di introdurre entro il 2026 la prima tecnologia di batterie a stato solido competitiva. 

I progressi di Factorial si basano sulla tecnologia FEST™ (Factorial Electrolyte System Technology), che sfrutta un materiale elettrolitico solido proprietario, garantendo prestazioni sicure e affidabili delle celle grazie a elettrodi ad alta tensione e alta capacità, venendo applicata in celle da 40 Ah funzionanti a temperatura ambiente. La tecnologia FEST™ è più sicura della tecnologia convenzionale agli ioni di litio, aumenta l’autonomia dei veicoli ed è integrabile in maniera semplice e rapida nelle infrastrutture già esistenti per la produzione delle batterie agli ioni di litio.

 

https://www.stellantis.com/it/news/comunicati-stampa/2021/novembre/stellantis-e-factorial-energy-collaboreranno-per-sviluppare-batterie-a-stato-solido-per-i-veicoli-elettrici

 

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Exor, 9 miliardi per acquisizioni in sanità, lusso e tecnologia

Elkann: pronti 500 milioni per buyback e altrettanti per ridurre il debito. Armani? Il gruppo non è in vendita, voci infondate. Stoccata alla Uefa: solo nel calcio regolatore e organizzatore sono lo stesso soggetto, fiducia nel management Juventus

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Quando la vendita da 7,7 miliardi di Partner Re a Covéa sarà conclusa, la cassaforte della famiglia Agnelli-Elkann avrà risorse per 10 miliardi di euro da dispiegare fra 2022 e 2024.

Exor investirà 500 milioni di euro in buyback e altri 500 milioni per ridurre il debito da 4,5 a 4 miliardi di euro entro la fine del 2022. I residui 9 miliardi, come detto, verranno investite nello sviluppo delle grandi aziende partecipate ( Stellantis, Ferrari, Cnh e presto Iveco), nella crescita del portafoglio startup di Exor Seeds e soprattutto nello shopping. A questo proposito, Elkann ha sottolineato l'intenzione di "creare un ponte con l'Asia e la Cina", avvertendo comunque che il focus della holding rimangono gli Stati Uniti ed Europa.

Quanto alle voci su Armani, Elkann ha rimarcato il buon rapporto umano e professionale con il fondatore della maison, Giorgio Armani, smentendo però l'interesse di Exor per l'acquisizione o per un investimento nel gruppo. "Armani non è in vendita, è irrispettoso alimentare indiscrezioni che non hanno fondamento". Il presidente e ad della holding si è anche mostrato fiducioso sul futuro da società indipendente di Iveco, prossimo allo scorporo da Cnh Industrial e alla quotazione a Piazza Affari. "Iveco si svilupperà in maniera autonoma e sarà uno dei più importanti gruppi basati in Italia", ha detto, preferendo non commentare le ipotesi di future alleanze con altri produttori di camion e bus.

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Stellantis' Europe dealer network undergoes unprecedented shake-up

Hybrid retail model to be rolled out for premium brands, vans in 2023

 

TURIN -- Stellantis is working with its European dealers on a shake-up that industry experts say is unmatched in its size and scope.

The automaker wants to transition a network estimated to exceed 15,000 franchise points to a so-called "retailer model."

The move gives Stellantis more control over how its vehicles are sold and lowers the margin it pays dealers in exchange for taking on some new costs.

Stellantis believes the change will reduce overall costs, secure margins, make pricing more transparent and improve customer satisfaction.

"We are convinced that, when properly implemented, this distribution model will offer advantages for everyone," Stellantis' head of sales and marketing for Europe, Maria Grazia Davino, told Automotive News Europe.

To initiate the shift, Stellantis canceled all of its dealer contracts in its expanded Europe region this summer. Stellantis sent a letter of intent to the dealers it wants to retain.

Davino said Stellantis aims to have a first wave of new contracts in place by June 2023.

 

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The rest of the company's brands and markets are scheduled to make the change in 2026, based on preliminary plans.

Commenting on the shake-up, Steve Young, managing director of UK-based automotive retail research specialist ICDP, said: "There have been some significant restructurings at the national level in Europe before, but this is without precedent in my view in terms of geography combined with the proposed reduction in investors and rooftops."

In Stellantis' model, the end customer still pays the dealer, but the automaker covers all distribution costs, including inventory and incentives costs. It's estimated that this accounts for about 30 percent of a vehicle's list price.

Stellantis expects the changes to result in consistent retail prices at dealers and online, which would save customers the time and hassle of shopping around for a better deal.

On average, Stellantis' European dealers earn a 9 percent margin. Under the new plan that drops to about half, but the company believes the margin loss is sufficiently recouped by the savings on distribution, inventory and incentives costs. Stellantis benefits by keeping more of the selling price.

"Discussions are still ongoing, but we think that a retailer commission between 4 percent and 5 percent could be the end result," Davino said.

ICDP's Young said even small changes to the level of discounting on the vehicle and the financial support provided by the automaker to the dealer "are worth hundreds of millions of euros."

Dealers eye bottom line

Pietro Carlomagno, president of ADEFCA, the European association of Fiat, Alfa, Lancia and Jeep dealers, said his group is "in a constructive discussion" with Stellantis on how shift will be implemented.

What is crucial to ADEFCA is that the dealers do not lose any pre-tax profit as a result of the change.

"The main open issue is making sure that the reduction in the dealer's commission matches the savings they get from the reduction in costs they pay now as part of the current dealer model," Carlomagno said.

He said the new system would only be beneficial to retailers if Stellantis maintains transparent retail prices that are the same at all dealerships and on the Internet.

Stellantis, which was created in January by the merger of PSA Group and Fiat Chrysler Automobiles, does not have a single dealer association. Former FCA brands are under ADEFCA's umbrella, while Peugeot, Citroen and Opel/Vauxhall have their own associations.

ICDP's Young sees some advantages from Stellantis' model.

"The fact that Stellantis appears to be committed to taking over the inventory responsibility and cost, and the brand-related facilities investment, is a positive," he said.

Young is a big believer that automakers and dealers should do a better job managing their inventories to prevent oversaturating the market, which leads to discounts and lower residual values. The poor supply of semiconductors has underlined the benefits of this approach.

"The chip shortage shows us how an end to excess supply can transform profitability for everyone," Young said. "But it is a huge change for a major automaker."

According to ICDP, when Stellantis was formed it had approximately 15,500 dealer franchise points in Europe, equally split between FCA and PSA brands. The consultancy estimates that those franchise points are controlled by roughly 5,000 dealer organizations.

Stellantis declined to provide detailed data about its dealer network in Europe.

Welcome to Stellantis House

Another key element of the change it that the Stellantis wants to have as many of its brands under its dealers' roofs as possible.

To achieve this goal, Stellantis changed its rules on how much showroom space a retailer must have to qualify to sell one of the company's brands. That means several retailers will be able to augment their portfolios by adding from a list that includes Alfa Romeo, Citroen, Fiat, Jeep, Peugeot and Opel/Vauxhall.

Such a location would be known within the company as a Stellantis House.

Stellantis' Davino believes these locations will start to appear "over time, given that size is not the guiding principle driving our distribution redesign."

Another reason Stellantis gave for shaking up its dealer network was to improve commercial performance. Stellantis measured commercial performance by comparing a dealer's market share for a brand, for example Fiat, in its territory against the brand's average in the country. For instance, a Fiat dealer in Rome that has a better market share than Fiat's average in Italy will be offered more Stellantis brands to sell, Davino said.

ICDP Research Director Andrew Tongue said that the only automaker in Europe he's aware of that has tried to combine brands under one roof was General Motors, which put its Cadillac and Saab marques together in the early 2000s.

"But it wasn't on this scale," said Tongue, who also called Stellantis' efforts "unprecedented" based on his multiple decades monitoring the European car retail sector.

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Io vorrei capire come pensano di migliorare la soddisfazione del cliente. Ad oggi, il mio parere PERSONALE sul livello del servizio offerto dalle concessionarie è piuttosto basso (non solo per Stellantis, sia chiaro), per cui sono molto curioso di capire quali sono i cambiamenti che vogliono adottare.

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Stellantis CEO says EV cost burden is 'beyond the limits' for automakers

Carlos Tavares says electrification push threatens jobs, vehicle quality

 

DETROIT -- Stellantis CEO Carlos Tavares said external pressure on automakers to accelerate the shift to electric vehicles potentially threatens jobs and vehicle quality as producers struggle to manage the higher costs of building EVs.

Governments and investors want car manufacturers to speed up the transition to electric vehicles, but the costs are "beyond the limits" of what the auto industry can sustain, Tavares said in an interview at the Reuters Next conference released Wednesday.

"What has been decided is to impose on the automotive industry electrification that brings 50 percent additional costs against a conventional vehicle," he said.

"There is no way we can transfer 50 percent of additional costs to the final consumer because most parts of the middle class will not be able to pay."

Automakers could charge higher prices and sell fewer cars, or accept lower profit margins, Tavares said. Those paths both lead to cutbacks.

Union leaders in Europe and North America have warned tens of thousands of jobs could be lost.

Automakers need time for testing and ensuring that new technology will work, Tavares said. Pushing to speed that process up "is just going to be counter productive. It will lead to quality problems. It will lead to all sorts of problems," he said.

Tavares said Stellantis is aiming to avoid cuts by boosting productivity at a pace far faster than industry norm.

"Over the next five years we have to digest 10 percent productivity a year ... in an industry which is used to delivering 2 to 3 percent productivity" improvement, he said.

"The future will tell us who is going to be able to digest this, and who will fail," Tavares said. "We are putting the industry on the limits."

Electric vehicle costs are expected to fall, and analysts project that battery electric vehicles and combustion vehicles could reach cost parity during the second half of this decade.

Like other automakers that earn profits from combustion vehicles, Stellantis is under pressure from EV maker Tesla and other full-electric vehicle startups such as Rivian.

The EV companies are far smaller in terms of vehicle sales and employment. But investors have given Tesla and Rivian higher market valuations than the owner of the Jeep SUV brand or the highly profitable Ram pickup truck franchise.

That investor pressure is compounded by government policies aimed at cutting greenhouse gas emissions. The European Union, California and other jurisdictions have set goals to end sales of combustion vehicles by 2035. The UK has set 2030 as the deadline for going all-electric.

Tavares said governments should shift the focus of climate policy toward cleaning up the energy sector and developing electric-vehicle charging infrastructure.

Stellantis is on track to deliver 5 billion euros in cost reduction through streamlining its operations, Tavares said.

Tavares has accelerated Stellantis' EV development, committing 30 billion euros through 2025 to developing new EV architectures, building battery plants and investing in raw materials and new technology.

On Tuesday, Stellantis said it had invested in solid-state battery startup Factorial alongside Daimler.

"We can invest more and go deeper in the value chain," Tavares said. "There may be other (investments) in the near future."

 

(Reuters)

 

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Stellantis' Europe dealer network undergoes unprecedented shake-up

Hybrid retail model to be rolled out for premium brands, vans in 2023

 

TURIN -- Stellantis is working with its European dealers on a shake-up that industry experts say is unmatched in its size and scope.

The automaker wants to transition a network estimated to exceed 15,000 franchise points to a so-called "retailer model."

The move gives Stellantis more control over how its vehicles are sold and lowers the margin it pays dealers in exchange for taking on some new costs.

Stellantis believes the change will reduce overall costs, secure margins, make pricing more transparent and improve customer satisfaction.

"We are convinced that, when properly implemented, this distribution model will offer advantages for everyone," Stellantis' head of sales and marketing for Europe, Maria Grazia Davino, told Automotive News Europe.

To initiate the shift, Stellantis canceled all of its dealer contracts in its expanded Europe region this summer. Stellantis sent a letter of intent to the dealers it wants to retain.

Davino said Stellantis aims to have a first wave of new contracts in place by June 2023.

 

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The rest of the company's brands and markets are scheduled to make the change in 2026, based on preliminary plans.

Commenting on the shake-up, Steve Young, managing director of UK-based automotive retail research specialist ICDP, said: "There have been some significant restructurings at the national level in Europe before, but this is without precedent in my view in terms of geography combined with the proposed reduction in investors and rooftops."

In Stellantis' model, the end customer still pays the dealer, but the automaker covers all distribution costs, including inventory and incentives costs. It's estimated that this accounts for about 30 percent of a vehicle's list price.

Stellantis expects the changes to result in consistent retail prices at dealers and online, which would save customers the time and hassle of shopping around for a better deal.

On average, Stellantis' European dealers earn a 9 percent margin. Under the new plan that drops to about half, but the company believes the margin loss is sufficiently recouped by the savings on distribution, inventory and incentives costs. Stellantis benefits by keeping more of the selling price.

"Discussions are still ongoing, but we think that a retailer commission between 4 percent and 5 percent could be the end result," Davino said.

ICDP's Young said even small changes to the level of discounting on the vehicle and the financial support provided by the automaker to the dealer "are worth hundreds of millions of euros."

Dealers eye bottom line

Pietro Carlomagno, president of ADEFCA, the European association of Fiat, Alfa, Lancia and Jeep dealers, said his group is "in a constructive discussion" with Stellantis on how shift will be implemented.

What is crucial to ADEFCA is that the dealers do not lose any pre-tax profit as a result of the change.

"The main open issue is making sure that the reduction in the dealer's commission matches the savings they get from the reduction in costs they pay now as part of the current dealer model," Carlomagno said.

He said the new system would only be beneficial to retailers if Stellantis maintains transparent retail prices that are the same at all dealerships and on the Internet.

Stellantis, which was created in January by the merger of PSA Group and Fiat Chrysler Automobiles, does not have a single dealer association. Former FCA brands are under ADEFCA's umbrella, while Peugeot, Citroen and Opel/Vauxhall have their own associations.

ICDP's Young sees some advantages from Stellantis' model.

"The fact that Stellantis appears to be committed to taking over the inventory responsibility and cost, and the brand-related facilities investment, is a positive," he said.

Young is a big believer that automakers and dealers should do a better job managing their inventories to prevent oversaturating the market, which leads to discounts and lower residual values. The poor supply of semiconductors has underlined the benefits of this approach.

"The chip shortage shows us how an end to excess supply can transform profitability for everyone," Young said. "But it is a huge change for a major automaker."

According to ICDP, when Stellantis was formed it had approximately 15,500 dealer franchise points in Europe, equally split between FCA and PSA brands. The consultancy estimates that those franchise points are controlled by roughly 5,000 dealer organizations.

Stellantis declined to provide detailed data about its dealer network in Europe.

Welcome to Stellantis House

Another key element of the change it that the Stellantis wants to have as many of its brands under its dealers' roofs as possible.

To achieve this goal, Stellantis changed its rules on how much showroom space a retailer must have to qualify to sell one of the company's brands. That means several retailers will be able to augment their portfolios by adding from a list that includes Alfa Romeo, Citroen, Fiat, Jeep, Peugeot and Opel/Vauxhall.

Such a location would be known within the company as a Stellantis House.

Stellantis' Davino believes these locations will start to appear "over time, given that size is not the guiding principle driving our distribution redesign."

Another reason Stellantis gave for shaking up its dealer network was to improve commercial performance. Stellantis measured commercial performance by comparing a dealer's market share for a brand, for example Fiat, in its territory against the brand's average in the country. For instance, a Fiat dealer in Rome that has a better market share than Fiat's average in Italy will be offered more Stellantis brands to sell, Davino said.

ICDP Research Director Andrew Tongue said that the only automaker in Europe he's aware of that has tried to combine brands under one roof was General Motors, which put its Cadillac and Saab marques together in the early 2000s.

"But it wasn't on this scale," said Tongue, who also called Stellantis' efforts "unprecedented" based on his multiple decades monitoring the European car retail sector.

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Sono curioso di capire come verrà razionalizzata la rete qui in Austria. Vedo oltretutto che siamo nella fase 1 per il passaggio al ratailer Model 

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