Your Electric Vehicle Experts

With the growth of Electric Vehicle demand, AMPORTS uses its in-house expertise to develop solutions to meet and exceed expectations.

EV Services and Solutions


Certified EV Drivers

AMPORTS certified drivers are skilled in driving electric cars, which is very different from internal combustion engine cars.


PDI Services

AMPORTS prepares vehicles to be ready for direct retail customer delivery


White Glove Delivery

AMPORTS is able to support direct-to-customer or delivery center conveyance for our customers with a comprehensive set of solutions.



Ports are the most natural place to perform large-scale/high-quality vehicle accessorization. AMPORTS specializes in every available accessory installation available on the market.


Software Updates

AMPORTS performs software updates to vehicles to prepare them for the local market.



AMPORTS teams are experienced in customizing vehicles for special projects, like Non-Profit organizations, state and local government vehicles, and special purpose vehicles



AMPORTS is proactive in growing charging capabilities including fast chargers for increased EV demand.

Electric Charging

Charger Types
  • Level 2 A/C (Standard Chargers)
  • Level 3 D/C (Fast Chargers)
Energy Sources
  • Grid-based
  • Clean renewable energy
Charging Needs Analysis

Charging needs for customers can vary greatly due to many different factors, which we take into consideration for each customer.

View Examples
  • Charge needed per vehicle
  • Battery capacity
  • Battery charge on arrival
  • Battery charge required on departure
  • SOC graph
  • Dwell time expected at the port
  • Volume delivered per vessel
  • Frequency of vessels
  • Truck away capacity at the port
  • Business model B2B (a dealership model) vs B2C (direct-to-customer or delivery center)



Electric Vehicles


Internal Combustion Engine. Gasoline and Diesel powered cars


State of Charge, represents a % change or kW charge at the time of measuring

SOC Graph

Shows a graph of the max speed of charge as the % charge progesses from 0 - 100%

Level 2 Chargers

Standard speed chargers

Level 3 Chargers

Fast chargers


Kilowatt - is a unit of power. It describes the speed of charging


Kilowatt-hour is a measurement of energy. It equals amount of energy of transferred in one hour


Alternating Current - commonly used in chargers used at home. Offering slower rates of charge than D/C.


Direct Current - industrial chargers use D/C. Public fast chargers use that type of electricity.


Business to Business - a type of distribution model, where cars are distributed to dealers. Dealers face customer.


Business to Customer - a type of distribution model, where cars are distributed from the port directly to customers.

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