Tesla agrees on one-sided non-disclosure deal with Turkish firm
Electricautomaker Tesla Motors and Turkish manufacturer Gersan Elektrik have signed a one-sided non-disclosure agreement to evaluate a possible commercial deal for the production and installation of electric vehicle charging stations.
Gersan Elektrik, a leading electrical equipment manufacturer that carries, combines and protects systems and materials conductive over the line, from power plants to electric sockets, recently confirmed the deal with Tesla Motors Netherlands.
The company revealed on the Public Disclosure Platform (KAP) that it would work with the U.S. carmaker to produce and install electric vehicle charging stations.
In its official statement, Gersan Elektrik said only Tesla could disclose the confidential or proprietary information about its own technology, production, planning, and operations of this new enterprise.
The Turkish manufacturer produced the country's first domestically manufactured electric car charge station, which it installed for Istanbul's ISPARK.
Source: Daily Sabah