GEFCO is installing 290 e-Totem charging stations at its European sites

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AK&M 25 November 2021 19:59

GEFCO is in the final stage of a project to install 290 charging stations for electric vehicles (EV) throughout Europe. This is stated in the company's message.

The equipment is custom-made by GEFCO by e-Totem. It will be used by automakers and dealers to charge electric vehicles at storage sites before delivering to end customers.

Thus, 145 new charging stations are being installed in stages and will be launched by the end of 2021 at 23 GEFCO sites in eight European countries: Belgium (Gilangien), Czech Republic (Colin), France (Bli, Le Havre, Orde, Markolsheim, Marly-la-Ville, Mulhouse, Nanteuil, Poissy, Rennes, Sochaux and Valenton), Italy (Livorno and Parma), Portugal (Setubal), Slovakia (Trnava), Spain (Siemposuelos and Tarragona) and the United Kingdom (Sandtoft and Sheerness).

e-Totem is a subsidiary of the French industrial group Atomelec, is present on the EVCI (Electric Vehicle Charging Infrastructure) market. The charging stations made in France are manufactured at two factories: Saint-Bonnet-le-Chateau and Etre La Rochelle.

GEFCO is a global leader in integrated supply chain solutions and a European leader in automotive logistics. GEFCO develops innovative, flexible and long-term solutions for specific tasks in all industries. GEFCO's global network covers five continents, and the number of employees in 47 countries totals 11.5 thousand. The Group's turnover for 2020 amounted to 3.8 billion euros.

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