EVLOMO Opens New Office and Engineering
Maintenance Centre in Bangkok

EVLOMO Opens New Office and Engineering Maintenance Centre in Bangkok

Jul 14 2022, 04:22 AM

EVLOMO, the leading eMobility company inaugurated opening of its new state-of-the art office and engineering maintenance center with a special event. The new office and engineering maintenance center will allow EVLOMO to meet the demands of the firm's growing EV charging network and attract new talent to the company's rapidly expanding team of engineers, IT experts and other support staff.
On Monday, July 4th, 2022, EVLOMO Group CEO, Nicole Wu officially opened the new office which covers over 30,000 sq. feet area along with engineering and maintenance Centre which covers over 60,000 sq. feet area with state-of-the-art facilities. The office inauguration ceremony was held in the presence of Government officials and representative from multiple partners of EVLOMO. The ribbon cutting ceremony was honored by Ms. Jiraphon Khaosawad, Chief Executive Officer and President of PTT Oil and Retail Public Company Limited, Dr. Kanit Sangsubhan, Secretary General of Eastern Economic Corridor (EEC) Thailand, Mr. Edwin Sagurton Counselor on Economic affairs US Embassy Bangkok, and Ms. Nicole Wu group CEO of EVLOMO.
EVLOMO new office is located at Soi motorway 1, Bangkok. The campus incorporates state of–the–art environmental features, including sensor-based lighting and advanced cooling systems, among others, to use energy and resources efficiently and to provide a healthy workspace for employees.
EVLOMO’s foothold in the Thailand comes at a time of strong growth for the adoption of eMobility. As the trend of EV skyrocketed, EVLOMO planned to install the AC and DC fast charger more rapidly with a bold plan to increase the target deployment of 5,000 EV chargers in Thailand by 2025, EVLOMO has partnered with Thailand’s leading fuel companies, retailers, universities, and real estate companies to increase EV charging footprint and reduce range anxiety of EV drivers. Over the past two years, the company has established as the leading player in eMobility in Thai market with presence across multiple verticals and is on track to have doubled its workforce by year's end. EVLOMO will also be able to make use of the facility for training purposes.
In addition to training EVLOMO engineers and technicians, the new location will also educate EVLOMO's partners about its eMobility to better serve end users. EVLOMO has also added 150 kW Super-Fast EV charger at its new office. Both customers and employees will have access to the new chargers, but the automaker also intends to open its new charging facility to the public soon. EV charging facility will serve the increasing number of employees and visitors that are driving plug-in hybrid and battery electric vehicles.
Nicole Wu, CEO of EVLOMO, "Thailand has been our primary market. Opening our new facility in Bangkok is allowing us to further expand staffing and capabilities in our electrical engineering team, IT team and customer support departments, as well as increase our ability to service current and future markets.”