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Coroplast Group | News | 23 May 2022 Coroplast opens charging park with 45 charging points

At the Coroplast Group headquarters in Wuppertal-Nächstebreck, there is now one of the largest charging parks in the region. Here, employees and registered company visitors can now charge their e-car batteries with 100% green electricity.

Consistent steps to facilitate electromobility

In the employee parking lots at the company's headquarters on Wittener Straße, 20 charging stations with a total of 40 charging points are now waiting for plug-in hybrids and all-electric vehicles.  A further five charging points have long been available outside the main entrance for registered visitors and company cars. 

Products for climate-friendly mobility  

In the start-up phase, the Coroplast Group is even offering its approximately 1,000 employees at the site free vehicle charging - with 100% green electricity, of course. In this way, the Wuppertal-based family company, whose products such as high-voltage cables and technical adhesive tapes are important components of electric cars, is also making a contribution to the e-mobility of its employees. They can activate the charging stations with their employee ID cards.   

Coherent concept  

The installation of the charging points is the next logical step toward electromobility, after the Coroplast Group had already motivated employees to purchase electric cars and plug-in hybrids some time ago by designing the company car regulations accordingly: With success: 35% of the vehicle fleet can already drive electrically today, soon it will be almost half. 

Especially the so-called lantern parkers who don't have a wallbox at home can make good use of a charging option at the workplace. But since the expansion of the public charging infrastructure is not yet progressing fast enough, we want to set a good example with our new charging park for employees and visitors.

Natalie Mekelburger | President & CEO of the Coroplast Group
The charging stations are already being used by employees
Many employees use the e-charging stations of the Coroplast Group.