Nov 5, 2018

We have a brand new catalogue. Check it out!

ANNECY REGION (France), 5 November 2018. Today, Dolphin Charger announces that it has totally revamped its catalogue, which will be issued next week during the METS trade show in Amsterdam. The Brand’s aim is to boost its worldwide visibility to another level. Not in Amsterdam next week? Follow us on Linkedin, or read our next Newsletter (you can register here).

« To revamp our catalogue and website, we have carefully listened to our stakeholders’ needs, and given special attention to the requests distributors, OEMs, other experts and final clients made to us in the past 18 months », says Nicolas Fata, Head of Sales since April 2017.

Our new catalogue clearly presents our complete range of products (from power units to HMI monitors, including boosters, ACS and batteries). Product USPs and references are easier to find. You liked Dolphin Charger before? You will love us now.

DOLPHIN CHARGER has new ambitions for 2019 and years to come. The Brand recently launched a new website, followed by its very first Newsletter where it announced the upcoming launch of two new products in Amsterdam.

DOLPHIN CHARGER started operations in 1996 near the shores of the Annecy Lake in the French Alps. It is a proud member of the Eight Lakes Group. The Eight Lakes Group (with headquarters in Breda/NL and Antwerp/BEL and companies in Belgium, Netherlands, France and Taiwan) is a trusted supplier of products and solutions for the industrial and professional markets with a turnover of EUR 80 M.

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