REE co-founder & CEO Daniel Barel will talk about how REE’s technology, modular platforms, and business model can accelerate electrification for fleets during fireside chats, 1-on-1 and small group meetings
TEL AVIV, Israel, Feb. 11, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — REE Automotive Ltd. (NASDAQ: “REE”), an automotive technology leader and provider of electric vehicle platforms, today announced that it will participate in a series of investor conferences in the first quarter of 2022. Daniel Barel, REE co-founder and chief executive officer and David Goldberg, REE chief financial officer, will discuss REE’s production progress on its newest fully-flat P7 platform for commercial fleets, go-to-market strategy with top partners for platforms and full vehicles, and strategy for developing a full ecosystem from charging infrastructure to Data-as-a-Service to accelerate fleet electrification plans.
Baird Sustainability Conference – virtual
Tuesday, Feb. 22 – Wednesday, Feb. 23
Fireside chat: 12 p.m. ET – accessible for Baird clients only.
For access and/or 1-on-1 meeting, please contact your Baird banker.
Cowen and Co – Mobility Disruption Summit – virtual
Thursday, March 3
Fireside chat: 9:50 a.m. ET.
Berenberg Industrial Tech Conference – virtual
Thursday, March 3
Roth Capital Partners – 34th Annual Roth Conference – The Ritz-Carlton, Laguna Niguel – Dana Point, California
Monday, March 14 – Tuesday, March 15
DA Davidson – EV & Energy Transition Conference – virtual
Tuesday, March 22
For updated information regarding fireside chat times and webcast links please go to: https://investors.ree.auto/news-events/events
Investors who wish to participate in a virtual or a live (where applicable) meeting with REE’s management during the conferences may refer to their banking contact or to Limor Gruber, REE VP of Investor Relations, at [email protected]
For the most up-to-date investor information go to: https://investors.ree.auto
About REE Automotive
REE (Nasdaq: REE) is an automotive technology leader whose mission is to empower companies to build any size or shape of electric or autonomous vehicle – from Class 1 through Class 6 – for any application and any target market. REE aims to serve as the underpinning on top of which EVs and AVs will be built and envisions a future where EVs and AVs will be ‘Powered by REE’.
REE’s revolutionary technology – the REEcorner™ – packs critical vehicle components (steering, braking, suspension, powertrain and control) into a single compact module positioned between the chassis and the wheel, enabling REE to build the industry’s flattest EV platforms with more room for passengers, cargo and batteries. REE uses x-by-wire technology to control each of the corners of the vehicles with full drive-by-wire, brake-by-wire and steer-by-wire.
REE’s EV platforms afford complete freedom of design, enabling auto-manufacturers, OEMs, delivery & logistic fleets, Mobility-as-a-Service providers and new mobility players to design mission-specific EVs and AVs based on their exact business requirements and significantly reduce their time-to-market, lower TCO and meet zero-carbon regulations.
Headquartered in Herzliya, Israel, REE has an Engineering Center in the UK, as well as subsidiaries worldwide including Japan and Germany, and plans to open its U.S. headquarters and first Integration Center in Austin, Texas. REE’s unique CapEx-light manufacturing model leverages Tier-1 partners’ existing production lines; the company’s extensive partner ecosystem encompasses leading names including Hino Motors (truck arm of Toyota), Magna International, JB Poindexter, Navya and American Axle & Manufacturing to provide a full turnkey solution.
REE’s patented technology, together with its unique value proposition, position it to break new ground in e-Mobility. For more information visit https://www.ree.auto.
VP Investor Relations | REE Automotive
Head of Global Communications | REE Automotive
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