As readers of H2 View know so well, hydrogen mobility is growing rapidly and especially so in countries like Germany and South Korea which have committed to invest in a hydrogen fuelling station infrastructure.
As with any growth market, there is space for new entrants. Resato International, based in Assen in the Netherlands, has been one of these new entrants in recent years.
A company that has an established position in ultra-high pressure technologies, its traditional markets are waterjet cutting machines for a wide range of materials including steel or ceramics and high pressure test systems. It’s this pedigree that Resato International is bringing to the adjacent space of high pressure hydrogen fuelling stations, as H2 View discovered in an exclusive interview with Aileen Meyer,Area Sales Manager for Hydrogen.
Aileen, thanks for your time. I believe you are based in Germany. How do you fit into Resato’s European ambitions?
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