Circontrol and Xignux form new company to deploy charging network in Mexico and Latin America

Spanish EVSE manufacturer Circontrol has joined with the Mexican firm Xignux to create a new company called Voltway, which will offer a comprehensive charging service in Mexico and Latin America.

Voltway plans to develop, install and maintain a network of charging infrastructure in Mexico. According to the company, there are currently 1,500 charging points in Mexico, of which 70% are public and 30% are private. Voltway will offer charging stations for public locations, as well as for homes, offices, shopping centers, fleets of buses and delivery vehicles, and more.

“Circontrol is a company with a worldwide presence that has developed major knowledge and many solutions in relation to electric mobility,” says Voltway Business Director Juan Pallisé. “For its part, Xignux has a profound understanding of energy matters in Mexico, with electrical installations and the manufacturing of electrical conductors.”

“The synergy between Circontrol and Xignux is extraordinary. Voltway has enormous future potential to become a leading company in the new electric mobility, not only in Mexico, but in Latin America as a whole,” says Pallisé. “We are facing a paradigm shift in mobility, which will mean that this market will continue to grow on a large scale.”

Source: Circontrol

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