Local EV charging solutions start-up ChargeSini marked its debut during the EVM Asia 2022 exposition held recently at MITEC, Kuala Lumpur from Sept 26 to Sept 29. The firm’s first ever appearance in one of the country’s – and region’s – largest EV and hybrid vehicles industry expo also marks yet another key milestone in its overall growth as a business.
By entering the exposition, which attracted an estimated 10,000 delegates and visitors according to organisers AMB Tarsus Events Group, ChargeSini made its presence known and felt in the burgeoning local EV charging service and solutions market space. On display in its booth at EVM Asia 2022 were its core Nexus wallbox EV chargers product range, and more.
Through its participation at EVM Asia 2022, ChargeSini were able increase its visibility in what is perceived to be Malaysia’s rapidly growing business space. At the same time, the effort allowed ChargeSini the opportunity to interact with key people and audiences from the rapidly evolving and expanding local EV industry, thus providing it the means to also gauge both its market potential and position.
As reported prior, the Pandan Indah-based firm isn’t just actively retailing a series of charging products – both AC and DC types. In fact, the firm also offers installation services for both private homes and mixed-use parking spaces. Additionally, the latter also features integrated charging and parking management systems as well, which in turn offers local businesses a unique passive income generation avenue too.
On top of all this, ChargeSini is also in the midst of growing its public access charging network. It’s also poised to release a dedicated smartphone app sometime in October this year. Available on both the Apple App Store and Google Play Store soon, the ChargeSini App will offer users easy access to its growing charging network thanks to its three built-in features: “Locate”, “Charge”, and “Pay”.
Interested parties keen to know more can visit its website, Alternatively, enquiries can also be made by calling or WhatsApp chat at +6011-1638-1880.