Targray Battery Division

Li-ion Battery Materials

Targray is a leading supplier of li-ion battery materials for high-performance battery and energy storage technologies. Delivering proven safety, higher efficiency and longer cycles, our battery material solutions help support the growth of lithium-ion cell manufacturers and clean technology developers focused on a range of applications, including automotive batteries, energy storage systems, medical devices, and consumer electronics.

Product Lines

cathode materials

Cathode Materials

Cathode materials for Battery Manufacturing including binders, foils and cathode active materials (NMC, NCA, LMO, LCO).

Copper foils

Copper Foils

An anode foil portfolio of high-performance Cu current collectors including Electrodeposited (ED), rolled annealed (RA) and roll-clad copper foils.

electrolyte solutions

Electrolyte Solutions

High performance battery electrolyte solutions made with LiPF6 salt and a high phosphorous content flame retardant, DMMP.

lithium-ion cells

Li-ion Pouch Cells

Lithium-ion pouch cells delivering industry-leading cycle and calendar life, superior build quality and advanced safety features for manufacturers.

Battery separators

Battery Separators

Polypropylene, Polyethylene and fully ceramic battery separators optimized for use in lithium-ion battery manufacturing.

Lithium compounds

Lithium Compounds

Battery-grade lithium compounds including high-purity Lithium Carbonate and Lithium Hydroxide Monohydrate for cell manufacturing.

anode graphite materials

Anode Materials

Anode active materials including natural, artificial and composite graphite, graphene, activated carbon, and lithium titanate (LTO).

battery electrodes

Aluminum Foils

High performance aluminum (Al) foils used in LiB manufacturing during the final application of the Lithium-ion battery slurry.

Battery packaging materials

Battery Packaging

An array of battery packaging materials including battery tabs, aluminum laminated pouch film, and prismatic cans, cases and lids.

The Battery Materials Landscape

Batteries are expected to simultaneously fulfill a large number of criteria in order to meet challenging combinations of consumer demands, such as high power and high-energy density, long life, low cost and excellent safety, and with minimal negative environmental impact. And while our understanding of how to manufacture batteries cheaply, efficiently and quickly has grown significantly in the last two decades, there remain many opportunities to make improvements on existing battery technologies through the use of high-performance materials.
Lithium-ion Batteries

Lithium-ion is not a single technology, but a family of technologies. Although they all rely on lithium as the shuttling ion, different versions of the technology combine the lithium with a variety of other materials to confer different properties. Collectively, lithium-ion technologies are the fastest growing form of battery on the worldwide market, with the potential to dominate the market in the short term.
The lithium-ion battery presents clear fundamental technology advantages when compared to alternative battery chemistries. Decades of research have led its development it into the high energy density, high cycle life, high efficiency energy storage technology that it is today. Nevertheless, research and development continues on new electrode materials to push the boundaries of cost, energy density, power density, cycle life, and safety.

Battery Material Components

The production of lithium-ion batteries involves several specialty materials:

  • Cathode Active Materials | LFP, LCO, LMO, NMC, NCA, CSG
  • Anode Active Materials | Graphite, Graphene, LTO
  • Packaging Materials | Pouches, Cases, Cans, Tabs
  • Electrolyte | Lithium Hexafluorophosphate (LiPF6)
  • Separators | Polyethylene, Polypropylene
  • Battery Grade Lithium | LiOH, Li2CO3
  • Anode Foils | Copper, Nickel
  • Cathode Foils | Aluminum
  • Binders | PVDF, SBR Aqueous
Battery Material Costs

Propelled by demand in the EV Battery and Energy Storage spaces, the battery materials market has experienced drastic growth in recent years, enough so to become the main demand sources for a number of raw materials including cobalt, lithium and graphite. Moreover, traditionally high-cost specialty materials – such as additives, solvents and binders – are also seeing price declines as the battery marketplace continues to grow larger and more competitive

Delivering Unique Value to Battery Manufacturers

Designed to meet the needs of battery manufacturers and energy storage technology companies, our innovative battery supply chain programs leverage Targray group’s robust financing facility to provide buyers and sellers the flexibility they require to lower procurement costs, unlock value and accelerate growth.

Supported by critical material allocation agreements with leading electronics and specialty material manufacturers, our company also offers the global warehousing and supply chain capabilities required to effectively manage long-term material supply agreements. Contact the Battery Division to learn more about our supply chain solutions including supply chain finance and vendor-managed inventory.

Battery Division News

New Advanced Materials Showcased at Battery Show Europe

The Battery Division joins over 300 companies showcasing design, production and manufacturing solutions for industries including automotive, utilities, renewable energy, grid, power tools and electronics.

Clean50 Award Highlights Targray's Contribution to Cleantech

Targray has been honored with the 2018 Clean50 Award for its contribution to clean capitalism and sustainability in Canada. President Andrew Richardson has accepted the award in the “Renewable Energy” category on behalf of the company.

Targray to Participate in $950M A.I. Supply Chain Initiative

The company has been selected as a partner in the SCALE.AI project, one of 5 innovation superclusters to receive funding through the Government of Canada‘s $950 million CAD Innovation Superclusters Initiative.

Supercapacitor Components Added to Battery Materials Portfolio

Offerings include standard and etched Al Foil, ED Ni foil and activated carbon —  materials critical to the manufacturing of electric double-layer capacitors (EDLC) and electrochemical double layer capacitors (EDLCs).

Work With the Battery Division

As part of the global Targray Group with employees across North America, Europe, and Asia, the Battery Division benefits from a unique network of expertise. Working with our partners in manufacturing and R&D, we leverage the rich and diverse business structures of Targray to support interdisciplinary learning, aggregate industry insights, and help customers add new efficiencies to their cell production processes.

Drawing on a robust network of institutional partners that includes Argonne National Lab, NAATBatt, and the Electrochemical Society, we are committed to delivering innovative li-ion battery materials, chemicals, and equipment solutions to meet the commercial needs of clients.