Quantron announces strong 2022 performance and further expansion for 2023

Quantron has published its results of the 2022 financial year as well as outlining projections for the current financial year.


Source: Quantron PR

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.”