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Australian automotive fulfilment solutions provider AutoNexus and electric vehicle (EV) charging supplier EVSE Australia have partnered to support the former’s shift to green mobility.

Over 30 EV chargers across Australia at AutoNexus facilities in a bid to overcome one of the biggest roadblocks to mass adoption of EVs—vehicle logistics and the ability to charge multiple cars at scale.

Dubbed as a scalable and futureproof intelligent EV charging solution, each facility will be able to recharge multiple EVs using high-powered 22kW systems.

“Our partnership with EVSE and the installation of chargers across all our sites marks a significant upgrade in the electric vehicle infrastructure of AutoNexus facilities and ensures we are ready to support the growing EV needs of our current and future OEM partners,” AutoNexus managing director Darren Bowler says.

“This proactive investment places AutoNexus in a unique position in the vehicle logistics market and ensures we are the partner of choice to support any brand’s electric vehicle requirements from the moment they arrive at our vehicle compounds.”

According to EVSE national sales manager Sam Korkees, they have been able to coordinate a nationwide roll out in under three weeks.

“EVSE is proud to support AutoNexus in their EV ambitions. AutoNexus believes in an electric future with a clear understanding of the growth in electric vehicles in Australia,” said Korkees.

“We hope to continue to work with AutoNexus as they move towards a clean energy future.”