MAGMENT will present at the Corso Leopold in Munich

Visit MAGMENT at the Corso Leopold in Munich to get an insight into our cutting-edge autonomous wireless charging technology and our micromobility-game-changing docking and wireless charging stations for e-scooters.

CORSO LEOPOLD, Munich, 7 and 8 September 2019

We are looking forward to meet you on our booth next to FC Bayern München.

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Here you can download flyer with Corso Leopold Program Highlights:

MAGMENT is a fabless start-up company founded in 2015 and is based in Munich with operations in Europe, Americas, and Asia. MAGMENT combines its patented magnetic materials (magnetizable concrete and metamaterials), partly based on recycling e-waste, with electronic devices, making power conversion and wireless charging more efficient, reliable, sustainable and competitive. MAGMENT’s main products families MAGPAD® and MAGDOCK® produced in close cooperation with global cement players are robust on-ground and in-ground EV stationary and dynamic charging pads.


A picture is worth a thousand words.

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August 30, 2019



We are proud and happy to announce support of the EIT RawMaterials (together with the other members of the Knowledge and Innovation Community EIT RawMaterials).

During this project we will develop and deploy the MAGDOCK – wireless charging and docking station for electric scooters based on magnetizable concrete (MC40).



EIT RawMaterials, initiated and funded by the EIT (European Institute of Innovation and Technology), a body of the European Union, is the largest consortium in the raw materials sector worldwide. Its vision is to develop raw materials into a major strength for Europe. Its mission is to enable sustainable competitiveness of the European minerals, metals and materials sector along the value chain by driving innovation, education and entrepreneurship.

EIT RawMaterials unites more than 120 core and associate partners and 180+ project partners from leading industry, universities and research institutions from more than 20 EU countries. Partners of EIT RawMaterials are active across the entire raw materials value chain; from exploration, mining and mineral processing to substitution, recycling and circular economy. They collaborate on finding new, innovative solutions to secure the supplies and improve the raw materials sector in Europe.

EIT RawMaterials aims to significantly enhance innovation in the raw materials sector by sharing knowledge, facilitating matchmaking activities, developing innovative technologies and supporting business creation.

Magment, combines magnetic material development (patented magnetizable concrete MC40) with electronic devices, making power conversion and wireless charging more efficient, reliable and economical. Magment provides low cost modules for renewable energy, battery storage and backup inverters, induction cooking appliances and wireless charging applications for Electric Vehicles (Evs). Our main products currently are robust on-ground and in-ground EV stationary and dynamic charging pads; inductive charging easy-to install-retrofit kits for existing EV charging stations; and inductive/conductive charging systems. The modules are based on conventional casting of patented magnetizable concrete. The wireless charging products have already generated huge interest from strategic customers and international standardization bodies. Besides our running projects with electric cars, forklifts, e-taxis, e-buses and trams we work on solutions for upcoming transport systems like, hyperloops, flying cars, autonomous pods, delivery drones, e-boats, water taxis and electric planes.

August 19, 2019



We are happy to announce consideration of using MAGMENT material (magnetizable concrete MC40) in the first Hyperloop project in Europe.  

The MC40 increases inductance of embedded track coils to lowers critical speed, with its high strength and robustness replaces ferrite tiles which create significantly savings in infrastructure costs and it is perfectly integrable into the track support structure.

One prominent example for the potential use of MC40 in hyperloop test projects is the conversion of the Transrapid track in Northern Germany as proposed by Universities in Emden/Leer and Oldenburg.

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The MC40 is already mass produced and ready to be delivered from stock.  

2nd July 2019



We are proud to announce that MAGMENT team is ready to grow.

We are hiring in the following areas in Munich, Washington or working from home office (full positions senior/junior & internships):

- Engineering: power electronics hardware & software

- Engineering: micro-controllers & sensors

- Engineering: software (C, C++, C#, Java, Python)

- Engineering: CAD, Simulations and mechatronics

- Business Development

- Product Management & Marketing

- Sales & Projects Reps - Supply Chain Management: purchasing and logistics

- Office Manager - Financial Accounting - Lab assistance, prototyping

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Do you have questions about MAGMENT as an employer, have questions about our career opportunities or you would like to send us and unsolicited application? Then contact our HR department.

Contact us by phone +49 (89) 6328 6064 or you can also contact our HR department by e-mail:

28 June 2019, Unterhaching/Munich, Germany


MAGMENT Announces MAGDOCK®: New Wireless Charging and Docking Station for Electric Scooters

We are officially announcing new universal wireless charging and docking station for e-scooters - MAGDOCK® product for e-scooter-sharing providers and individual users.

Magment chief executive officer, Mauricio Esguerra, has unveiled universal wireless charging and docking station for e-scooters, named MADOCK®, aimed to bring e-scooter-sharing business to the next level.

“Electric scooter charging culture is out of control and this chaos can only be mitigated with inductive charging docking stations. E-scooter hunting chaos will stop with MAGDOCK®, they will be properly docket and every moment ready-to-drive with fully charged battery which will increase revenue for providers and provide better service to customers. " said Magment CEO Mauricio Esguerra.

“The e-scooter-sharing market is huge but disordered and not yet profitable. The biggest costs today arise from operations and charging 48,6%. Magment team has developed the new business model and algorithm based on MAGDOCK® that will significantly cut the charging costs up to 60%." said Magment Business Development Manager Miroslav Tesic.

The MAGDOCK® will come in two models: super-fast charger MAGDOCK® 250SFC and normal speed charger MAGDOCK® 35NC.

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Early bird sale starts 15th July 2019 and ends 15th August, early bird orders are expected to be delivered in October 2019 and serial orders are expected be delivered in March 2020.

19 June 2019, Unterhaching/Munich, Germany

MAGMENT Marketing Team