Charge Amps announces 200% growth in Q3 and new Chief Financial Officer


30.11.2021 – STOCKHOLM, SWEDEN: Charge Amps, a leading provider of EV charging solutions, increased its sales by 204% during the third quarter of 2021 compared to the same period of last year. The company also announces the appointment of Kristina Elfström Mackintosh as its new Chief Financial Officer.

Anders Bergtoft, CEO of Charge Amps, comments: “Charge Amps continues to gain market shares in the rapidly growing market for EV charging. Our products look great, are sustainable, and come equipped with smart software. This is a combination that our customers appreciate, and we have a highly scalable value chain. Our growth of over 200% so far this year shows that we’re on the right track.”

Charge Amps is also strengthening its management team through the appointment of Kristina E. Mackintosh, who joined the company as CFO on 29th November 2021. Kristina E. Mackintosh brings extensive experience from previous positions as CFO for listed companies. Most recently, she was Group CFO at Lagercrantz Group AB, a tech group listed on Nasdaq Stockholm. Charge Amps’ previous CFO, Karl Nielsen, remains within the organisation and will work closely with Kristina in the financial department.

Kristina E. Mackintosh comments: “Charge Amps is a very exciting company in an expanding market and I am proud to join as CFO. The business is experiencing significant growth and has great potential with the ongoing shift towards electrification within the global automotive industry. I look forward to contributing with my experience as CFO.”

Anders Bergtoft, CEO of Charge Amps, comments: “The recruitment of Kristina E. Mackintosh further strengthens our organisation. Her vast experience and competence from listed companies are very valuable for Charge Amps on our continued journey. I also want to thank Karl Nielsen for the fantastic work that he has done so far and I look forward to continuing working with him in the further development of our company.”

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About Charge Amps
Charge Amps is a leading, Sweden-born provider of innovative and sustainable charging solutions for electric vehicles. Charge Amps develops smart and user-friendly products for use in homes, offices, and public places. Charge Amps was founded in 2012 in Stockholm, Sweden, and is undergoing rapid international expansion, with 120 employees in seven countries, and sales across 15 markets. For more information, visit

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