Tuesday, December 7, 2021

EO Charging planning to expand into the US market

EO Charging has announced its plans to expand into North America. The Company is looking to select the site for its North American office, set to open in early 2022.

The new division will deliver EO’s complete fleet charging system throughout the Americas, as well as “additional offerings”, so the company.

The company plans to focus on electrifying car, van, truck and bus fleets in the US and added they had already secured a pilot demonstration project in California for an unnamed global logistics leader.

“It’s no longer a question of whether fleets should electrify, but rather a question of how and when,” said Charlie Jardine, EO CEO and Founder, also referring to the trillion-dollar infrastructure deal the Biden administration managed to get through both houses recently.

Manning the new US office will be two new executives, which Jardine both described as industry experts.

“We look forward to building on our new U.S. team’s deep experience with many of the world’s largest fleets, as well as key infrastructure partners, in deploying electric vehicles and charging solutions,” said Jardine when welcoming the new team.

EO Charging was founded in 2014 and the Company claims its revenues tripled while the headcount doubled in 2020. Growth also came through deals with major clients such as Amazon, DHL, Go-Ahead, Tesco and Uber, and EO is getting ready to be listed on NASDAQ via SPAC deal, possibly in 2022.

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