QUANTRON confirms turnover guidance of 45-60 million euros in 2023 with orders in three world regions, namely Europe, Middle East and USA. According to the Augsburg-based manufacturer, there is an increasing demand for emission-free mobility solutions in both the German and international markets.
In the first quarter of 2023, Quantron AG was able to realise a sales potential for 2023 of 165 emission-free commercial vehicles for the transport of people and goods, so buses and trucks. Additionally, in the first quarter of 2023, QUANTRON booked a contractually secured order volume of around 23 million euros. Next week, QUANTRON will celebrate the Quantron Days, an international event aimed at introducing the latest vehicles, technologies and services. We’ll be there!
Quantron: what’s going to happen in 2023
In the first quarter of this year, QUANTRON also expanded its Clean Transportation Alliance to include two new partners: Norwegian Hydrogen AS and Westgass Hydrogen AS. QUANTRON has concluded strategic partnerships with both companies for the expansion of the hydrogen infrastructure in the Scandinavian countries.
In order to implement its ambitious growth plans, QUANTRON has hired experts in recent months from various industries representing a total of 15 different nationalities. The company has increased its headcount to 130 from around 90 in April 2022 and plans to hire an additional 20 experts which will be spread across its three offices by the end of 2023.
Statements from the top management
“The positive response together with the strong growth of QUANTRON show that our emission-free solutions are in demand from customers and partners worldwide,” commented Michael Perschke, CEO of QUANTRON. “Almost 70 million euros are now available to our customers in the form of approved governmental subsidies in Germany. We are now generating revenue directly as well as with partners in three world regions – Europe, Middle East and USA.”
“Leading vehicle fleet customers are increasingly becoming aware of QUANTRON, in particular regarding our fuel cell products. QUANTRON is currently on the move as a consolidator and is expanding its technology leadership especially in the area of 44 t heavy-duty trucks. The Quantron-as-a-Service option with strong hydrogen partners is currently one of our unique selling points and this will be further expanded throughout Europe”, added Andreas Haller, Founder and Executive Chairman of Quantron AG.