Firm Is Looking for Technicians to Support the U.S. Market
Tritium is looking for EVSE/electric vehicle support equipment service technicians in the U.S. as it tackles the American market – the Brisbane, Australia-based manufacturer of Veefil brand fast DC electric vehicle chargers opened an office in Torrance, Calif., last month.
The firms says it’s “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,” Tritium commercial director Paul Sernia said in a release.
‘Establishing a Local Network’
“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,” he said.
“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 U.S. 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,” Sernia said, “this is a great opportunity to expand their business in a rapidly-growing and exciting sector.”
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Source: Tritium with Fleets & Fuels follow-up