Parallel to the expansion of the Quantron partner network with the Hydrogen Alliance, the Quantron team is also growing with the addition of five new experts at management level who will use their expertise to support the company in implementing its global hydrogen goals.

Jörg Zwilling will lead Quantron’s global communications and PR activities as Director Global Communications & Business Development. The trained lawyer can draw on more than 20 years of experience in sales-oriented functions with global responsibility. He was responsible for marketing and communication functions at such brands as Harley-Davidson, Mercedes-Benz and Daimler Commercial Vehicles. As a two-time founder, he gained considerable personal experience in business development which he will use to support Quantron in its ambitious growth.

Julia Szeszat supports the management team in the finance department regarding corporate investor relations. She has more than ten years of experience in the investor relations function which includes the adidas Group and Linde AG where she also completed her CIRO certification. She then built up the IR function at Hensoldt and carried out the IPO on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange and last year accompanied the IPO on the Nasdaq at the Munich start-up Sono Motors. At Quantron, her focus is placed on setting up the investor relations function, the financing round and further steps in the capital market.

As a further addition to the finance department, Moritz Meyle is now Head of Business Controlling for Quantron AG. He will concentrate on increasing financial product performance and corporate planning. Most recently, he coordinated portfolio controlling at Audi AG. As a qualified engineer, he also has experience as a developer in the field of driving dynamics and production experience in his time at the prototype centre at SEAT in Barcelona.

As Director Customer Service and Digital Ecosystem, Tarkeshwar Rao will lead activities in the area of customer service and digitisalition of the 360-degree customer journey as well as the cooperation project with Quantron’s Indian partner, ETO Motors Private Limited. He has over 19 years of experience in the automotive/commercial vehicle industry which includes positions at Mercedes-Benz India, more than eight years at Audi India and most recently at Automobili Pininfarina as Head of Global After Sales.

Torsten Petrich takes over the position of Head of Product Management and will be responsible for controlling product development processes, as well as supporting sales on the product side and leading product training. He has 32 years of experience in the commercial vehicle industry, including management of major international projects at MAN Truck & Bus SE in Asia, most recently as Head of Sales and Operations in Hong Kong.

Michael Perschke, CEO of Quantron AG: “We are very pleased to welcome more senior executives to our team. Together we will work on the vision of building Quantron AG into a global H2 player in Europe and the USA, with further growth potential in the Middle East and India.”

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