10 October 2023

Soltech company E-Mobility in large charging agreement with Hydroscand AB

More than 75 Hydroscand stores around Sweden will have charging points installed by the Borlänge-based Soltech company E-Mobility. This has been confirmed after an agreement was signed between the two companies, which amounts to a total of 200 charging points. The design and installation of the charging points will start during autumn.

E-Mobility is the Soltech Group's company with specialist expertise in large-scale charging stations for different types of electrical vehicles and highly efficient charging infrastructure. The company has signed an agreement with the Group Hydroscand AB for the expansion of a large scale charging infrastructure at their stores in Sweden.

Starting in the autumn of 2023, E-Mobility will design, install and create an own digital portal for approximately 200 chargers connected to Hydroscan's store properties in over 75 locations in Sweden.

– We are proud to contribute to Hydroscand's sustainability work in Sweden through our expertise in scalable charging infrastructure and smart charging systems. The 200 charging points will create great value for their customers and employees and, not least, contribute to the transition to a sustainable society, says Martin Götesson, CEO of E-Mobility.

International family business with sustainability ambitions
The family business Hydroscand was founded in Stockholm in 1969 and is today a market-leading supplier of hoses and pipe components in Scandinavia. In Sweden, Hydroscand has more than 75 stores and a nationwide mobile hose service known under the brand name SlangExpress. The collaboration with E-Mobility will now be an important part of the company's focus on sustainability and future-proofing its stores.

– By installing charging points at our stores, we will make it easier for our customers and employees to choose a more environmentally friendly transport solution. We are happy about our collaboration with E-Mobility and look forward to contributing to a more sustainable future, says Pontus Nygren, CEO of Hydroscand AB.