MAN Truck & Bus selects Heliox as its charging infrastructure partner. Today the Dutch supplier has signed a framework agreement with MAN Truck & Bus SE: following this deal, the German producer will be offering charging infrastructure from Heliox in Europe as part of its sales of battery-electric commercial vehicles. Heliox therefore will be using MAN service network in Europe.

MAN Lion’s City E has recently entered series production in Poland. 17 new electric buses are to be handed over to the Hamburg-Holstein public transportation company (VHH) by the end of the year.

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MAN turns to Heliox as its charging infrastructure partner

Heliox fast charging infrastructure solutions for heavy duty use stretch from mobile chargers (25 kW) for use in service stations, to charging at night in depots, up to opportunity charging (600 kW) on route, the Dutch company highlights. With the new portfolio of products, MAN Truck & Bus SE is able to cater for any charging strategy, regardless the size of the e-fleet.

Within the framework agreement, Heliox also takes care of  installation and service, on the request of the customer. Heliox products are compliant to industry standards like CE, UL and follow the OCPP protocol. To ensure the certification process from CCS,  Heliox is also an active member of CharIN.

MAN – Heliox: a comprehensive range of solutions

“Heliox is proud to partner with MAN Truck & Bus SE. We support MAN with the project planning and implementation of future E-truck, E-van and E-bus projects. Our global presence will be further strengthened with the opportunity to make use of MAN Truck & Bus service network in Europe”, says Sebastian Winner, Heliox Business Development Manager for DACH.

Stefan Sahlmann, Head of MAN Transport Solutions, explains the new offer: “We are convinced that with the eMobility domain, the customer expects a comprehensive range of solutions from us. In addition to comprehensive advice on switching to electric commercial vehicles, this also includes services relating to charging and energy”.


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