Autel expands EV charging solutions in Asia, Australia

Autel expands EV charging solutions in Asia, Australia

Autel has partnered with several companies in the Asia-Pacific region on EV-infrastructure-related services.

Autel is accelerating its expansion into the Asia and Australian markets with a range of new EV charging solutions for both residential and commercial use. The company says the move is part of Autel’s strategy to expand its presence and provide comprehensive solutions to meet the needs of customers in different regions.

To expand its Asia-Pacific presence, Autel says it partnered with ChargeSini EV Charging, a smart EV charging supplier in Malaysia, to provide charging solutions for electric vehicles as well as related infrastructure services. In Australia, Autel adds it formed a strategic partnership with Connect Source, which will enable Autel to leverage Connect Source’s local expertise and distribution channels to better serve customers in the Australian market.

Autel says it teamed up with EVCharge Evolution, a EV charger distributor in Thailand, to combine Autel’s expertise in EV charging technology with EVCharge Evolution’s proficiency to provide high-quality EV charging solutions for customers in Thailand.

This month, Autel says it showcased its solutions at various automotive shows in the Asia-Pacific Region, including the International Auto Aftermarket EXPO Japan and Fully Charged LIVE Australia, and will attend EV Trend Korea 2023 and the Agenda Asia EV Leadership Summit + Asia EV Tech Show in Indonesia later this month.

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