Michael Perschke (pictured) is the new CEO of Quantron AG. At the same time, Perschke was appointed Member of the Board of the German mobility specialist, which has been working a lot lately on electrification and hydrogen development. As a matter of fact, the company has joined the H2Go international network while, only a few days ago, Quantron released the news of a significant delivery of 30 Q-Light electric trucks to IKEA Austria.

The new CEO Perschke was founder-CEO of Automobili Pininfarina, Senior Director at Audi AG, Managing Director Audi India and Director Steering of NSCs in the Volkswagen Group. It means he has gained significant experience in some major global automotive players. Perschke also launched a zero-emission luxury car brand, bringing more than 8 years of electric experience in leading roles. The last one and a half years, Perschke has gained further experience as an EV investor, where he was involved in investments at RIMAC (Croatia) Formula E (UK) and QEV Tech (Spain), among others, as CEO of NAD Capital.

The first words of Michael Perschke as Quantron CEO

«I am proud to be a member of the motivated and competent Quantron team and to be able to contribute my expertise. My goal is to make the Quantron brand synonymous with Zero Emission Transportation Solution worldwide – both electric and fuel cell propulsion. I see great potential to develop Quantron AG into the European champion in this segment», said Michael Perschke.

«Michael Perschke brings many years of international expertise from leading automotive and EV companies to Quantron. His main focus will be, among other things, the development of Quantron into a manufacturer brand, the international market development with a focus on North America and Asia and the expansion of the investor network up to a possible stock market listing», Andreas Haller, founder, Chairman of the Board and majority shareholder of Quantron.


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