Chargemaster brings in Abchurch to promote electric vehicle industry

Abchurch Communications has been called in to promote the electric vehicle industry and a UK-based electric vehicle charging specialist in an attempt to drive development in the sector.

Chargemaster:Developing next generation of electric vehicles
Chargemaster:Developing next generation of electric vehicles
Chargemaster is a supplier of advanced electric vehicle charging technology, with over 25 years' experience supporting the development of electric vehicle infrastructure.

Abchurch will provide a corporate communications programme to raise the profile of the firm. It will focus on promoting the company to its key commercial audiences, as well as raising issues around the burgeoning electric vehicle industry and infrastructure that supports it.

The agency will work to position the firm in the national, environmental, transport and other relevant trade press.

Henry Harrison-Topham, MD of Abchurch, said: ‘The electric vehicle sector is set to take off this year and Chargemaster is at the forefront of providing a charging infrastructure for these vehicles. We are pleased to be helping the company educate electric vehicle users and the general consumer on how this infrastructure will develop.’

Chargemaster produces products including single, dual and fast charge systems, as well as units for home use.

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