Alpitronic opens development centre near Munich

The Italian fast-charging station manufacturer Alpitronic has opened a new development site in Ottobrunn near Munich, Germany. The fifth location now houses software and system development as well as sales and marketing.

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By the end of last year, the company already had sites in Bolzano and Bergamo in Italy and Charlotte in the US. This was followed by opening a development office in Bologna in January of this year. Munich was already mentioned as a further location in the accompanying press release. The official opening has now taken place.

“The location was chosen due to the proximity to renowned universities and the attractiveness and accessibility of the Munich area. Three of the four South Tyrolean founders, CEO Philipp Senoner, CTO Andreas Oberrauch, and Head of Power Cycling, Sigrid Zanon, are alumni of the Technical University of Munich and therefore have a personal connection to the university and the city,” Alpitronic explains.

The new R&D site near Munich is dedicated to software and system development and is complemented by expertise in field sales. Seven permanent employees and three interns currently work there. “By the end of 2024, we aim to expand our team with an additional 11 full-time positions to drive the development of new products and the growth of our company to the fullest,” said CEO and co-founder Philipp Senoner. He continues: “The existing expertise and education that potential employees bring to the Munich area will enrich our team and contribute to the excellence and advancement of our products.”

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