Euromaster Support to Turkish Electric Vehicle Charging Station Network

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turkey electric vehicle charging station network euromaster support
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Euromaster, which provides both tire and vehicle maintenance services under the umbrella of the Michelin Group, is expanding its field of activity for electric vehicles, the number of which is increasing rapidly in our country as well as in the world. Euromaster, which laid the foundations of a charging station network for fully electric vehicles, commissioned two charging stations in Istanbul and one each in Ankara and Adana. Euromaster, which offers charging services compatible with all electric vehicle brands and models at its stations, aims to increase the number of stations primarily on Istanbul, Ankara and Izmir routes.

Euromaster receives its charging support from Voltrun, which is the leading company in this field and has devices with a capacity of 22 KW per hour. Evaluating the issue, Euromaster Turkey General Manager Jean Marc Penalba said, “As Euromaster, we plan to be among the companies that offer effective solutions and services for electric vehicles. We accelerated our work with the prediction that electricity will be the dominant fuel in vehicles used in Europe by 2030. In this context, we have laid the foundations of our electric vehicle charging station network in Istanbul, Ankara and Adana. In addition, we are ready today for car rental companies with electric and hybrid vehicles and for all companies with a fleet. We offer the necessary maintenance and repairs for these vehicles at our Euromaster service points, and we strengthen our services with the trainings we provide to our dealer personnel in this field.”

Providing professional tire and vehicle maintenance services with up to 54 service points in 156 provinces of Turkey under the umbrella of the Michelin Group, Euromaster also makes a name for itself with its investments in charging stations for electric vehicles. Euromaster, which commissioned two charging stations in Istanbul and one each in Ankara and Adana for electric vehicles, the number of which is increasing rapidly in the world and in our country, primarily aims to increase the number of stations on the Istanbul, Ankara and Izmir routes.

It is possible to charge any brand and model.

Offering the maintenance and repair services required by electric and hybrid vehicles at its dealers with TS 12047 certificate across Turkey, Euromaster acts together with the Voltrun brand, which is an expert in its field, in the charging stations it has created. Euromaster allows charging of all brands and models of electric vehicles through Voltrun, which has devices with a capacity of 22 KW per hour. Vehicle owners can charge their vehicles by scanning the QR code with the Voltrun mobile application. In addition, if desired, they can be charged with RFID cards sent by Voltrun. Euromaster also demands certain criteria for dealer candidates for the electric vehicle charging station it aims to expand. Among them; The point that will provide service has its own parking lot and the relevant station is positioned so that vehicle owners can access social opportunities.

“The dominant fuel will be electricity”

Jean Marc Penalba, General Manager of Euromaster Turkey, made a statement on the subject and said, “As Euromaster, we plan to be among the companies that offer effective solutions and services for electric vehicles. We accelerated our work with the prediction that electricity will be the dominant fuel in vehicles used in Europe by 2030. In this context, we have laid the foundations of our electric vehicle charging station network in Istanbul, Ankara and Adana. In addition, we are ready today for car rental companies with electric and hybrid vehicles and for all companies with a fleet. We offer the necessary maintenance and repairs for these vehicles at our Euromaster service points, and we strengthen our services with the trainings we provide to our dealer personnel in this field.”

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