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StoreDot appoints Tamir Ben-Moshe as VP Operations

3rd May 2022
Paige West

StoreDot, a developer of extreme fast charging (XFC) technologies for electric vehicles, announces the appointment of Tamir Ben-Moshe as its VP Operations effective as of today.

Tamir brings an abundance of experience from a broad spectrum of sectors and a passion for the fast-track development of sustainable solutions. He joins StoreDot having spent ten years working across numerous industries including pharmaceutical, digital technology, automotive, energy and aerospace. He will report directly to Dr Doron Myersdorf, StoreDot CEO and Co-Founder.

Commenting on the appointment, Dr Myersdorf said: “I am delighted to welcome Tamir to StoreDot as VP of Operations. He is highly accomplished in building global operations and supply chains for fast-growing companies and is adept at forging successful relationships with global partners, vendors, and customers. Tamir will further bolster StoreDot’s already strong management team as well, as an invaluable asset as we continue our strategic drive to mass EV adoption delivered by industry-transforming extreme-fast charging (XFC) battery technology.”

Tamir joins StoreDot from his most recent role of Head of Supply Chain Management at Landa Digital Printing, a company in the digital printing industry using nanotechnology.

Commenting on his new position at StoreDot, Tamir said: “I have long admired StoreDot and been fascinated by how it has revolutionized the conventional lithium-ion battery. I am excited to accept the challenge of building the global supply chain to enable StoreDot to deliver its ground-breaking battery solution to the automotive market. The ability of the company’s cells to charge for a 100-mile range in just five minutes breaks the restraints of what is known to be possible in energy storage and points to a bright future of rapid EV adoption worldwide that I am honoured to be part of.”

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