Delivery woes in charging segment advantageous for Swedish supplier

Swedish charging station producer Charge Amps is boosting its presence in Denmark as a part of the company’s European expansion. A large component inventory in the country is one of the keys for opening doors to distributors.

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”Many of my colleagues have problems making enough products to meet demand,” says John Walsh, country manager for Charge Amps in Denmark.

Production challenges, Walsh says, can be attributed to problems affecting the wider electronics sectors: limited ability to take delivery of metals, microchips and other components.

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