Clean tech enterprise, Quantron AG, specialising in sustainable passenger and goods transport, has announced the appointment of Beate Reimann as its new Chief Financial Officer (CFO) and the expansion of its management team with two additional international members. This strategic decision aims to enhance the company’s expertise in finance, personnel development, and energy, while positioning itself for global growth plans.


Beate Reimann

Beate Reimann brings over 25 years of experience leading international financial organizations, delivering financial results, and implementing successful change management strategies. Her background spans various industries, including manufacturing, engineering, sales, and distribution. Previously, Reimann held positions at NSK Europe, ITW Ltd, Avnet Technology Solutions Inc, and Rolls Royce Power Systems AG, among others. Her valuable experience in lifecycle solutions and value care agreements will play a crucial role in preparing Quantron AG for its capital market and IPO readiness.

Andreas Haller, Founder and Executive Chairman of Quantron AG, expressed gratitude to Herbert Robel, who temporarily held the position of CFO alongside his role as CHRO at Quantron. Haller also welcomed Beate Reimann to the Management Board, emphasising her international experience and expertise in contributing to the company’s global financial strategy.

To further strengthen the management team, Darka Marquardt joins as Director People & Culture, bringing over 20 years of experience in senior HR positions and international HR management. Marquardt will focus on internationalisation, the establishment of subsidiaries in Europe, and talent development within Quantron.

Donato Azzarone assumes the role of Director of Quantron Energy. With a background in nuclear engineering and more than 20 years of experience in the energy sector, Azzarone has managed and operated various energy projects in North Africa and the Middle East. His responsibilities at Quantron include onboarding H2 production partners and developing a European HRS roaming partner network to ensure widespread availability of hydrogen (H2) for Quantron customers throughout Europe.

Michael Perschke, CEO of Quantron AG, highlighted the expertise brought by the new management team members and emphasized the company’s focus on scaling and internationalization. Quantron aims to attract top talents and develop its in-house talent pool for a global career in the cleantech sector, solidifying its position as a leading player in sustainable mobility.