Servotech Enters the Middle East and Africa Markets with EV Charging Solutions Projects

 Servotech Power Systems, an EV charger maker and solar solutions supplier, has announced a cooperation with Dubai's Al Ansari Motors LLC, a motor vehicle and accessories trade organisation. Servotech will provide EV charging solutions to the Middle Eastern and African regions as part of the cooperation. AC and DC EV chargers will be included in the charging options. The project is believed to allow the company to expand its global reach.

The two parties have struck a sole distributorship agreement, which will see Al Ansari Motors provide Servotech's EV charging capabilities to the prospective electric car adoption portion of the aforementioned geographic market. Their intended synergy will promote green mobility choices while also assisting in the development of a climate-resilient, carbon-neutral transportation ecosystem to support the adoption of electric cars.
"This significant relationship signals a tremendous leap for Servotech when it comes to the expansion into foreign markets. The company will bring its creative solutions closer to global markets. The Middle East and Africa have a large untapped market potential and a sea of prospective electric car consumers." said Raman Bhatia, Founder and Director of Servotech Power Systems Ltd.
"We expect to generate $50 million in income from this deal over the next one to two years. Thanks to this partnership's aid in preparing and commencing the essential procedures, a high density, well-amplified charging network for EVs will surely be realised in the future. Each charging point, which will be part of a wide network of charging stations, will be available to all electric four-wheelers, bringing the experience of on-the-move and on-the-go charging closer to the region's e-mobility users." He further stated. 
"We are thrilled to collaborate with a significant leader in the EV charging business like Servotech. This agreement provides us with the opportunity to make Servotech's vast EV charging solutions more accessible and inexpensive in our home markets. This will result in both long-term earnings and the evolution of the future of electric cars." said Mohammad Humaid Alansari, Founder of Al-Ansari Motors.
Clean mobility and freedom from range anxiety will be possible for electric vehicle owners and drivers across the Arab and African globe, owing to the EV charging stations' widespread presence. The increasing number of charging outlets will make EV charging more convenient for owners of electric vehicles. The cooperation intends to build a structured and integrated EV charging infrastructure throughout the Middle East and African area while also creating a definite route for future advances with technology and greater charging rates.
Servotech just reported its quarterly earnings. The company reported a quarterly revenue of Rs. 82.54 cr, a YoY increase of roughly 116% from the previous fiscal, when it had a revenue of Rs 38.23 cr. Servotech Power Systems Ltd agreed to establish a solar-powered EV charging vehicle port with the National Solar Energy Federation of India (NSEFI), one of India's main solar groups.

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