Primech A&P's CEO Vernon Kwek (left) and Charge+ CEO Goh Chee Kiong Photo credit: Charge+ 

Primech A&P, a facility services company has entered into a partnership with charging network provider Charge+ to charge its fleet of electric vehicles.

Primech A&P plans to convert its vehicles into an all-electric of 70 EVs by 2025, including ten this year, making it one of the largest corporate operators of EVs in Singapore outside the public transport sector.

Last year, Charge+ had announced plans to implement 10,000 EV charging points across housing estates, condominiums, commercial and industrial properties in Singapore by 2030.

“Tackling climate change is everybody’s responsibility, no matter which sector you are in. As a company, we must not only focus on our core business, but also look into our social responsibility,” says Vernon Kwek, CEO, Primech A&P.

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“By working on the EV project, it is a huge step towards environmental sustainability. We are glad to collaborate with Charge+ and Oyika to implement this. I hope this collaboration will bring forth positive outcomes and serve as an inspiration to others to go green,” he adds.

Goh Chee Kiong, CEO of Charge+, notes that his company’s charging solutions will let Primech A&P’s EV drivers enjoy the convenience of charging their EVs on their premises or through Charge+’s nationwide network. 

“We believe that this Primech A&P-Charge+ partnership model will be easily scalable to many other fleet operators in Singapore, many of which are now seriously seeking to lower the environmental footprint from their corporate vehicles,” says Goh.