EVBox acquires France’s EVTronic

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EVBox has acquired French fast and ultra-fast charging station manufacturer EVTronic for an undisclosed amount.

(L-R) EVBox CCO Peter van Praet, EVTronic founder and president Eric Stempin and EVBox CEO Kristof Vereenooghe  

(L-R) EVBox CCO Peter van Praet, EVTronic founder and president Eric Stempin and EVBox CEO Kristof Vereenooghe

The acquisition means EVBox now has an installed base of 60,000 charging stations for electric vehicles, including 700 fast charging (DC) stations.

Kristof Vereenooghe, CEO EVBox, explained: “By adding EVTronic’s fast and ultra-fast charging (DC) expertise to our own solutions, we can now offer our customers the full scope of electric vehicle charging. This means charging ranging from 3.7kW up to 350kW (both AC and DC), and offering charging solutions at home, at work, and in public. Because of our strong R&D focus, we will be able to develop the hardware and software that our customers need to charge anywhere, now and in the future.”

The acquisition will see all current EVTronic employees join EVBox while EVTronic founder and president Eric Stempin will join the EVBox Management Team as chief research officer.

“We are very proud of the quality of our technology, as well as our commitment to helping customers charge quickly wherever they park. By joining EVBox, we hope to keep accelerating the transition towards sustainable mobility and impress customers with a complete solution, catering to the needs of all,” said Stempin.

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