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Tesla Chief Executive Elon Musk examined the company’s operations in Europe as the first Model 3 deliveries arrive.
Musk tweeted Saturday that he was visiting Tilburg in the Netherlands, the Belgian port city of Zeebrugge, and both Tesla’s headquarters in Amsterdam and Oslo.
Just left Zeebrugge, now Tilburg, then Tesla HQ in Amsterdam & Oslo tonight to review service in Norway. Exciting to see thousands of Model 3’s on their way to owners in Europe! pic.twitter.com/PeRo4jhiCB
— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) February 9, 2019
While deliveries for Model 3s in Europe started last week, some vehicles were delayed coming through the international car operators terminal.
Musk wrote on Twitter that the company faced “unexpected challenges.”
Sorry, many unexpected challenges with cars coming through Zeebrugge first time. Cars will start moving out in volume tomorrow.
— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) February 6, 2019
Norway is Tesla’s third-biggest market. Tesla has had trouble keeping up with service in the country, but doubled its Norwegian service staff last year in an effort to eliminate those frustrations, Bloomberg reported.
The company received approval for its mobile service units last year and plans to add two new service centers to total 15, the report said.