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Vapor to represent Stemman-Technic electric-charging solutions

Posted on October 10, 2019

Stemmann-Technik's ChargingREEL base depot solution is the first intelligent cable management system flexible enough to fit all operating conditions in fleet and depot charging areas with optimal power transfer time for buses, trucks, and cars.
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Stemmann-Technik's ChargingREEL base depot solution is the first intelligent cable management system flexible enough to fit all operating conditions in fleet and depot charging areas with optimal power transfer time for buses, trucks, and cars.Vapor

Vapor Bus International will represent Stemmann-Technik in the fast-growing electric bus and commercial vehicle-charging infrastructure segment, announced John Condon, Vapor VP, sales, North America.

“The addition of the Stemmann-Technik product line to our Vapor sales and service team will enable us to more effectively support innovation and expansion of e-bus and vehicle charging infrastructure in North America,” said Condon.

Stemmann-Technik, a Wabtec Company located in Schuttorf, Germany, is a provider of power collection and transfer systems including bus and commercial vehicle fleet opportunity charging solutions. The ChargingPANTO® system, the first to meet the OppCharge® standard, provides the fastest e-bus recharge available with an inverted pantograph installed in a charging station and a set of roof rails mounted on the vehicle roof. The ChargingREEL base depot solution is the first intelligent cable management system flexible enough to fit all operating conditions in fleet and depot charging areas with optimal power transfer time for buses, trucks, and cars.

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