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Australia-Based Tritium Establishes Lebanon, Tennessee, U.S. Manufacturing Plant

Tritium, a global leader in the electric vehicle charging industry, will establish its U.S. manufacturing base in Lebanon, Tennessee. The project is expected to create more than 500 new jobs over the next five years.

Located at 1420 Toshiba Drive, the site will serve as the company’s sole U.S. facility for manufacturing modular direct current (DC) fast chargers, including the company’s award-winning RTM and new PKM150 models, according to state officials. Tritium will more than double its existing workforce across operations in Australia, Europe, Asia and the U.S.

“Tritium’s investment in a U.S.-based, cutting-edge facility for manufacturing is part of our strong push toward global growth in support of the e-mobility industry. We are thrilled to work with the U.S. Federal government and the State of Tennessee on this initiative. With the help of the hard-working residents of Tennessee, we expect to double or even triple our charger production capacity to further our product distribution throughout the United States,” said Jane Hunter, CEO, Tritium.

The facility is expected to house up to six production lines, which will produce 10,000 DC fast charger units per year, with the potential to increase production to approximately 30,000 per year at peak capacity. Production is targeted to begin in the third quarter of 2022 and will help the company expand its global impact to surpass the more than 3.6 million high-power charging sessions across the 41 countries where it currently has a presence.

“Tennessee is at the forefront of the electric vehicle evolution, and we are proud to have another global company join the roster of companies that support this thriving industry in our state. We appreciate Tritium’s investment in Lebanon and know that this accomplishment would not be possible without the strong leadership at the state and local community level,” TNECD Commissioner Bob Rolfe added.

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