Following the opening of its US facility in California last month, Australian-based Tritium, which designs and manufactures the award-winning Veefil range of fast chargers for electric vehicles (EV), has announced it is actively recruiting local service engineering partners as it expands its highly-regarded UpTime customer support network.
“The Americas will be one of our major markets during 2017 – and beyond,” explains Paul Sernia, Tritium’s Commercial Director. “As one of the fastest-growing infrastructure suppliers to the EV market we need to maintain our established high level of customer support and engagement. To achieve this we are establishing a local network of accredited Tritium EV Charger Technicians, who will deliver our unique UpTime support package to customers, and are inviting US electrical contractors – either individuals or companies – to join us. For technicians who have a genuine interest in new technology and want to develop their skills base, this is a great opportunity to expand their business in a rapidly-growing and exciting sector.”
Tritium’s US premises, in Torrance California, is the company’s first overseas facility and will be a base for Tritium’s North and South Americas sales support service and the site for local R&D and manufacturing. Potential service technician partners can find out more details at http://tritium.com.au/join-the-uptime-team/
Tritium – www.tritium.com.au
Commercial Director – Paul Sernia
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Marketing Manager – Melanie Dooley
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PR – Lesley Daley
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Brisbane-based Tritium is a specialist designer and manufacturer of fast chargers for electric vehicles (EV), power-electronic systems and battery energy-storage applications. Established 15 years ago, it has gained a reputation with the world’s largest organisations and top universities for providing solutions when quality, reliability and performance are critical for success. Its products are operational on every continent around the world and are to be found in submarines, UAVs flying at over 40,000ft and even working in the extremes of Antarctica. In June 2016 the Queensland Government invested AU$2.5m in Tritium – the first company to receive investment under a Business Development Fund scheme established to encourage innovative businesses.