Global challenges ahead for Ambu's dreams of electric fleet

All of Ambu's over 500 vehicles will be fully or partially run on electricity by 2030, says the company. Nevertheless, only two hybrid or electric cars are counted in the medtech company's Danish car fleet, and its ESG director predicts future challenges in the global transition.

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Different countries' efforts to establish charging stations enabling the widespread use of electric cars are miles apart.

The Danish medtech giant Ambu announced recently that it is transforming its entire car fleet to be electric by 2030, and Ambu's Director ESG Lene Møldrup is expecting those national differences to become a headache in the future transition.

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