Quantron has published its results of the 2022 financial year as well as outlining projections for the current financial year.
Turnover for 2022 was up 25% on the previous year at €13 million and the business forecasts an order volume of roughly 360 goods in 2023. As a rough estimate, this equates to possible sales volumes €45-60m.
The cocompany has prioritised the use and development of new technologies, as seen by an 80% increase in R&D investment over 2021. In 2023, investment on hydrogen FCVs is expected to more than double from the previous year. Furthermore, Quantron plans to boost its staff by 30% to roughly 150 personnel by 2023.
Michael Perschke, CEO of Quantron AG reported: “In 2023, we want to establish ourselves as a technology company and set standards in the field of emission-free transport of people and goods. This also includes intensifying our focus on the development of our ecosystem, Quantron-as-a-Service, which is a holistic solution that covers vehicles, energy supply and infrastructure. We are also proud of having successfully closed our A-Round [funding] with up to €45m cash-in.”
Andreas Haller, Founder and Executive Chairman of Quantron AG added: “I am extremely proud of the performance of our team which has enabled us to achieve our ambitious goals. The way the company has developed has been incredible.”