Blink Charging Unveils 5 Innovative Products at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas

The Consumer Electronics Show 2023 (CES), a technology trade show where companies and major brands present their latest innovations, was the stage for Blink Charging to unveil its innovative charging infrastructure products.

At the event, the world’s most important brands do business and meet new partners, and the most outstanding innovators take the stage to show the world their inventions.

During the convention held in Las Vegas between January 5 and 8, the company launched five new products. These are the Vision, EQ 200, Series 3, PQ 150 and 30kW DC Fast Charger chargers, which are designed to serve the growing demands of the electric vehicle markets in Latin America, the United States, Europe and Asia.

Blink Charging showcased the new products, along with its broader line of electric vehicle charging solutions, in the West Hall of the Las Vegas Convention Center, in a media display that included presentations, press briefing and YouTube broadcast.

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Speaking at the launch, Blink Charging President Michael D. Farkas noted that with this state-of-the-art equipment, they are expanding the offering to meet the needs of customers across the electromobility ecosystem.

“We are excited to continue our growth into new markets and help lead the transition to clean, reliable and affordable mobility powered by electricity,” he added.

After revealing the innovative products, Blink assures that it will continue to offer technological and robust Level 2 and Direct Current charging solutions, as well as excellent service to customers, consumers, distributors and end users.

“Latin America has become one of our main expansion destinations for the coming years, so we will continue to strengthen partnerships to contribute to the adoption of electric vehicles in the region,” said the company in a statement.

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