BULLBAT (WorldPower) 2009-2021

2021 -

Main Direction

Established Shenzhen World Energy Storage Technology Co., Ltd to take outdoor power, home energy system and commercial energy storage as the company's strategic development direction.

2020 -

Gold Award

BULLBAT Portable Power Station participated in the World Battery Industry Expo and was awarded the "Gold Award" by the Organizing Committee for its advantages of complete functions, stable performance, safety and reliability, and ease of use.

2019 -

Cooperate with ZTE, Joyoung, Honda

Passed ISO9001 review and ISO140001 environmental system certification, ISO45001 occupational health system certification, and established cooperation with ZTE, Joyoung and Honda.

2018 -

Europe Business Center

Set up a business and after-sales center in the Netherlands, Europe; Provided battery modules for SF Express trucks.

2017 -

Shenzhen Business Sector

Set up energy storage business sector, enlist professional talents, increase resources and capital investment, and focus on cultivating BULLBAT outdoor portable power station and household energy storage projects.

2016 -

Changsha R&D Center

Sponsored the National University of Defense Technology to establish a BMS and inverter R&D center in Changsha.

2014 -

Qualified Supplier of INMOTION

Formally passed the national high-tech enterprise certification, and obtained a number of patents for small and medium-sized power battery modules; officially became a qualified supplier of INMOTION.

2011 -

Supplier of Listed Medical Equipment Companies

Developed medical lithium battery module business and became a supplier of listed medical equipment companies: Biolight Meditech Co., Ltd. stock code: 300246, YUYUE Medical Equipment & Supply Co., Ltd., stock code: 002223, and Shantou Institute of Ultrasonic Instruments Co., Ltd.

2009 -

Company Founded

Shenzhen World Electronic Co., Ltd (WorldPower) was established and passed the ISO9001 quality certification system; set up R&D department, dedicated to the research and development of medical equipment and two-wheeled vehicle power battery modules.