This expanded presence will also facilitate collaboration with parent company, Hyster-Yale Group, for the continued development of fuel cell-powered port machinery and other heavy-duty equipment. The new office is Nuvera’s sixth location globally, in addition to its US headquarters, Milan office and testing facilities, and China and India offices.
“The new office in Nijmegen will strengthen our ability to deliver critical services and sales support to our highly engaged customer base across Europe. This strategic location, when combined with our office and testing facility in Italy, provides deep European immersion and accessibility for Nuvera and its customers,” said Kedar Murthy, Chief Commercial Officer, Nuvera Fuel Cells. “With our dedicated local team members focusing on vital commercial activities including customer acquisition, sales support application development, customer engagement and after-market services, Nuvera will be uniquely positioned to drive widespread emission-free vehicle and equipment development with our high-performance fuel cell engine products for on- and off-road applications throughout Europe.”
Nuvera continues to grow its European presence and global capabilities to enable vehicle and equipment electrification using advanced fuel cell technology. Nuvera’s Milan facilities comprise commercial and administrative offices, engineering and product development facilities, and customer service support for Nuvera fuel cell products. Nuvera’s fuel cell Engine Test Module, located in Osio, Italy, provides automated high-capacity fuel cell testing facilities and applications assessment.
Nuvera is a member of Hydrogen Europe, a leading industry association with more than 290 members partnering with the EU and global stakeholders to develop hydrogen and fuel cell technologies.
Read the article online at: https://www.globalhydrogenreview.com/hydrogen/21112023/nuvera-fuel-cells-establishes-facility-in-the-netherlands/
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