• Global expansion and rapid sales growth lead to major recruiting program to establish local customer support network
• Business opportunities for US service engineers interested in new technologies to work with Tritium
Brisbane, Australia, 13 March 2017: 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/