Goodman Group and Chinese electric truck developer Windrose Technology have teamed up to develop heavy-duty electric vehicle (EV) charging infrastructure for Goodman properties.
The two companies will test and deploy charging stations at selected Goodman properties in China, before expanding to other regions.
Goodman is an A$81bn (€48.6bn) specialist logistics real estate asset manager operating in 14 countries across Asia-Pacific, Europe and the Americas.
Kristoffer Harvey, CEO of Greater China at Goodman Group, said: “Our business is focused on the current and future needs of our customers including helping them improve productivity and meet ESG targets.”
The partnership to implement heavy-duty EV transport infrastructure highlighted the group’s “innovative” approach to finding sustainable solutions, Harvey added.
Wen Han, founder, chairman and CEO of Windrose Technology, said Goodman’s “commitment to developing high-quality sustainable properties, in key strategic markets globally, will help us accelerate our roadmap in decarbonising our customers’ supply chains”.
Goodman’s commitment to developing “high-quality sustainable properties, in key strategic markets globally, will help us accelerate our roadmap in decarbonising our customers’ supply chains”, Han added.
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