Tritium readies for global fast-charging growth with new CEO

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EV fast-charging solutions specialist Tritium has appointed Jane Hunter as its new CEO in line with plans for rapid growth across the globe and into new markets.

Jane Hunter, CEO, Tritium

The former Boeing Phantom Works executive will help maximise Tritium’s global supply chain, manufacturing, distribution and support operations.

Tritium chairman Trevor St Baker said the appointment of Ms Hunter recognised the rapid global scale and increased operational complexity of the technology company, which specialises in the design and manufacture of DC fast-charging solutions for electric vehicles.

“Her appointment is a testament to Tritium’s ability to attract such talent through its growth and international development,” he added.

The move will see Tritium founder and former CEO Dr David Finn transition to chief growth officer, enabling him to turn his attention back to engineering and technology.

“The appointment of a new CEO will enable me to maximise the value I can bring to the business, keeping Tritium at the forefront of DC fast charging technology and product offering,” he commented.

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