Reuben Vurdien, the CEO of Reuben Power Plc, along with Andrew Wallis, Head of IT, Reuben Power plc, and Steve Phillips, Senior Mechanical and Electrical Engineer, BAM Nuttall Limited, visited Dynamatic Technologies from 10th-15th May 2010 for discussions on the techno-commercial aspects of the Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Point Units which Dynamatic Technologies is currently designing and developing for Reuben Power. This visit which follows Dynamatic Technologies’s signing of exclusive agreement with Reuben Power in January 2010 for the design, development and manufacture of EV charging points to Reuben Power’s requirements, on an exclusive worldwide remit, is Reuben Vurdien’s first trip to India and Dynamatic Technologies.
“I was most impressed with the quality of the facilities, the high standards apparent in the manufacturing processes, the professionalism, the determination and passion in everyone I met” said Reuben Vurdien, at the end of his visit. “ Our two companies started on a journey which is only six months old, and, yet we have achieved so much. The road is still long and so far it has proved to be very enjoyable. Long may it last!”
Reuben Vurdien and his team spent most part of the week at Dynamatic Technologies park, engaging with leadership team at Dynamatic Technologies as well as the design engineers at Powermetric® Design to review the progress made on the EV Charging Point project and to set targets for the immediate future.
Reuben Vurdien, CEO, Reuben Power Plc, commends Anil Kumar Katti, Chief Operating Officer, Powermetric® Design, and the Powermetric® Design team on the most recent version of the EV charging point