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Think Announces New Product Development Facility
EV maker THINK has announced an investment in a brand new, state-of-the-art product development facility at its corporate headquarters in Fornebu, Oslo, Norway.The company’s 70-strong team of product development engineers and technicians will shortly move into the new facility at Fornebu. The fully integrated development center will offer the pioneering THINK team cutting-edge facilities including a dedicated climate chamber, dynamometer, rolling road, clean room and several prototype laboratories for electrical and hardware development.
The THINK development center will be located at the heart of the company’s expanding corporate headquarters in Oslo, and will benefit from short communications lines for project leaders from across the company’s functions, such as supply chain, marketing sales and service and finance – who will all be located within the same facility for the first time.
Think headquarters in Oslo site where new product development facility will be located
European production of the THINK City is underway in Finland with manufacturing partner Valmet Automotive, which also assembles the Boxster and Cayman models for Porsche AG. First customer deliveries are taking place across Europe in selected key EV markets such as Denmark, The Netherlands, Norway, Spain, Sweden and Austria.
THINK also recently announced plans to establish a U.S. production facility during 2011 in Elkhart County, Indianapolis.
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