During the latest Christmas holiday season, Quantron AG announced some important changes in top management. Andreas Haller, one of the two founders of Quantron and head of the Haller Group, is the new company’s CEO. He replaces former CEO Michael Perschke, who will take over as Managing Director of the ROQIT joint venture. Perschke also resigned from his position on the Management Board of Quantron AG on 31.12.2023. Michael Perschke had been CEO of Quantron AG since September, 2021.

ROQIT is an IT and mobility-as-a-Service company and joint venture between QUANTRON and Goldstone Technologies from India, born to will help shape the development of the digital platform for sustainable transportation with hydrogen and fuel cell technology.


Statements from Quantron AG management

“I would like to thank Michael Perschke as my partner for the past 2 1/2 years and especially for the international positioning. This decision will not result in any changes for our customers, partners or stakeholders; business will continue as before. I look forward to being more active in the management again and establishing QUANTRON as a tech champion in a rapidly developing market for zero-emission transportation solutions. We want to ring in 2024 under the motto ‘Time to Deliver’, as we will be putting our 44 t QHM FCEV fuel cell truck into customer hands and onto the road. We are proud to be one of the first companies in the world to offer a zero-emission truck as a series product in the heavy-duty class. I would like to thank Michael Perschke for his work and the important impetus he has provided, and I look forward to working with Michael Perschke in his new role”, commented Andreas Haller.

“The last three years since I joined as an investor and later CEO of Quantron have been extremely dynamic and we have achieved many milestones together. The task of building a global player in the Mobility-as-a-Service (MaaS) sector with ROQIT is very exciting for me as an entrepreneur and I look forward to implementing this with partners and investors such as Quantron AG and Goldstone Technologies”, added Michael Perschke.


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