Tritium, a provider of fast chargers for electric vehicles (EVs), has named Cary Segall as its new vice president of investor relations.
Most recently, Segall worked as head of IR at ADS-TEC Energy, another EV charging business. Prior to that, he served in IR and business development roles at a string of firms, including Radius Capital Partners.
‘Tritium couldn’t be more excited to welcome Cary Segall to lead our investor relations,’ says CFO Rob Topol in a statement. ‘At a time when demand for Tritium’s fast chargers continues to grow, Cary will be instrumental in advancing the company’s mission to electrify transportation.’
Segall adds: ‘Throughout my career, I’ve sought opportunities to drive growth across innovative companies. Tritium’s team, products and partners demonstrate how the company is moving the EV fast-charging industry forward, and I’m excited to be part of the next chapter.’
Founded in Australia in 2001, Tritium went public in January this year through a merger with a special purpose acquisition company. It is listed on Nasdaq under the ticker symbol DCFC.
In September, the company reported record sales of $86 mn for its 2022 fiscal year, marking a 53 percent annual increase.
‘This result was better than we expected in an environment of supply-chain constraints, cost inflation and a tight labor market,’ said CEO Jane Hunter on an earnings call. ‘We saw great enthusiasm for our products and a market where demand is outstripping supply for fast EV charges.’