Fast-charging equipment designed Down Under shall become more widely available in Europe as Tritium opens its new European office in the Dutch capital. It will serve as sales and training center but also includes testing facilities for carmakers.
Tritium has been on expansion course for some time now, as it moved up in the world. From Australia, the charging equipment provider has opened an office in California’s Torrance to serve the market in the States.
For Europe, all business will be run through Amsterdam. The office there is responsble for Tritiums sales programme across the territory and also house a training and accreditation unit for technical servicing and customer support. In addition, it has the capability to customise its product range to meet local market needs and specific customer requirements.
Tritium has supplied DC fast charging stations in Norway and is looking to develop its sales further in regions such as Germany, UK, France, BeNeLux and Scandinavia. Tritium says it is is also in the process of building a network of service partners across Europe.
At home in Australia, the company just moved into a larger facility in Brisbane, which has given Tritium the capability to increase production seven-fold.
To hear of the plans first hand, check our last interview with Tritium founder Paul Sernia, where he talks about spreading fast-charging across the globe.