ABB is a technology leader in electrification and automation, enabling a more sustainable and resource-efficient future. The company’s solutions connect engineering know-how and software to optimize how things are manufactured, moved, powered and operated. Building on more than 130 years of excellence, ABB’s 105,000 employees are committed to driving innovations that accelerate industrial transformation.

ABB has been established in New Zealand for 90 years and employs around 350 people across 5 locations nationwide. In addition to sales and service locations, ABB has two manufacturing facilities in New Zealand located in Henderson, Auckland and Napier.

ABB is proud to be the first EV lobby sponsor for this year’s New Zealand’s Energy Excellence Awards. ABB entered the e-mobility market back in 2010, and today has sold more than 840,000 electric vehicle chargers across more than 85 markets; over 40,000 DC fast chargers and 800,000 AC chargers, including those sold through Chargedot. In addition, ABB are the proud sponsors of the ABB FIA Formula E World Championship, which is a single-seater motorsport championship for electric cars.

ABB has recently launched one of the world’s fastest EV chargers on the market today. Called the Terra 360, it can deliver up to 360 kW of power and a full charge in less than 15 minutes, can charge 4 vehicles at the same time, can be used to charge both passenger and commercial vehicles, and supports the major charging standards, CCS-1, CCS-2, CHAdeMO, AC Type-2.

For more information, please visit or phone 0800 GO 4 ABB.

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