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Anderson EV, a home charger supplier that worked with manufacturers like Jaguar Land Rover and Porsche to provide premium, ‘customisable’ chargers has entered administration.

Muller EV, which traded under the brand name Anderson EV, had been on the market since 2016. It has now been forced to suspend trading, following the harsh trading conditions that have resulted from the ongoing global supply chain issue. 

Nick Holloway and Will Wright of Interpath Advisory were drafted in as Joint Administrators to Muller EV on 11 October 2022, to help the supplier to explore its options moving forward. Attracting a buyer was one of them - though unfortunately one could not be found.

Will Wright, Interpath Advisory’s Head of Restructuring, said: “Companies up and down the automotive supply chain have been experiencing a myriad of issues over the past 12 ot 18 months, and Andersen EV was unfortunately no different.”

The duo also proceeded to make 38 employees redundant, only retaining a handful of employees to continue to help to facilitate a solution to entering administration. 

Wright continued: “We will be providing assistance to those employees who have been impacted by redundancy, and will also be seeking purchasers for the Company’s assets, including plant and machinery.”

Anderson EV had been offering a highly customisable range of seven 22kW chargers, available in 96 different colour combinations, which meant customers could order a charger that coordinated with their cars or their homes. 

No further updates have since been provided regarding the status of the company.

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Shafiq Abidin 03/01/23