Electric-vehicle battery maker Microvast has agreed to go public through a merger with Tuscan Holdings Corp, the blank-check company said on Friday.
Microvast, whose batteries powered the electric buses used in the 2018 Winter Olympic Games in Pyeongchang, South Korea, expects to generate more than $100 million in revenue this financial year, its founder Yang Wu said in a statement.
The financial details of the deal were not disclosed.
A blank-check firm, also known as a special purpose acquisition company (SPAC), uses proceeds from an initial public offering to buy a private company, typically within two years. The private company is then taken public.
SPACs have been behind some major listings this year, with electric-car maker Fisker and Nikola Corp choosing the route to go public.
Microvast was founded in 2006 and is headquartered in Texas. Tuscan raised $240 million in its initial public offering last year.