Echandia Names Trevor Small for Sustainable Maritime

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KnowESG_Echandia Names Trevor Small for Sustainable Maritime
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Echandia has welcomed Trevor Small as the new Sales Director for the United States and Canadian markets.

The maritime electrification sector in North America is experiencing a remarkable surge, with projections suggesting it will soon rival the entire European market in size.

Echandia is renowned as an industry leader in maritime battery systems that harness the power of LTO chemistry. Their products are celebrated for their rapid-charging capabilities, impeccable safety record, and extended cycle lifespan.

Trevor Small expressed his primary focus on establishing and nurturing Echandia's presence in the North American market. This mission strongly aligns with his unwavering commitment to sustainable maritime technology.

Trevor brings a wealth of expertise in both well-established and emerging industrial technologies geared towards sustainability and decarbonisation. His speciality lies in zero-emission and hybrid solutions, encompassing battery energy storage, shore charging and connections, fuel cells, future fuels, and containerised solutions tailored to meet the unique needs of the maritime industry.

Göran Fransson, Chief Commercial Officer at Echandia, expressed confidence in Trevor's contributions, citing his dedication and extensive experience within the industry. With several exciting projects on the horizon and strong connections to key global customers, Echandia is well-positioned to expand its presence in the rapidly growing North American market.

Trevor Small's appointment represents a significant milestone in Echandia's ongoing efforts to solidify its presence in the global maritime electrification landscape.

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