The Dutch EV robotic charging solution specialist Rocsys has announced the opening of a new office in the United States. This will help pave the way towards building business in the continental Americas.
The new office in Portland will be the company’s second location and will allow Rocsys to serve the customers within the region and tailor solutions to North American market needs and specifications, according to the companies statements. In the coming years, Rocsys Inc intends to set up local production for the North American market.
Building on the funding collected in May this year, the expansion will prove decisive for the Dutch company’s future. Rocsys first appeared on our radar last year, when the company developed an electric bus charging system together with Dutch company Ebusco. Things then got a little quieter for a few months, until Rocsys reappeared with a new consortium to develop high voltage charging systems for heavy-duty electric vehicles.
Following the company’s founding in 2019, the intention had always been to expand across the Atlantic. “The electric vehicle market is growing tremendously fast, and we have developed a solution to help it scale even further,” said Crijn Bouman, CEO and co-founder of Rocsys. “We chose Portland, Oregon to be close to our customers and manufacturers on the West Coast. In addition, Portland serves as a robust hub of community and industry stakeholders who are committed to transportation electrification. We are glad that there is so much trust in our company. Not only from our customers, but also from our investors who enable us expand rapidly.”
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