Quantron AG electrifies existing vehicle from 5-44 tonnes

Sets New Standards in the Field of E-mobility

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Mr. Andreas Haller, Managing Director Quantron AG
Quantron AG offers logistics, bus and municipal disposal companies for MAN, Mercedes, DAF and Iveco brands, as well as a range of electric vehicles, the opportunity to electrify their existing vehicle pool from 5-44 tonnes. 

Founded in July, Quantron AG  the company offers e-mobility solutions in the truck sector, providing companies a sustainable and economic dimension through a corresponding range of retrofitting processes.

Andreas Haller, founder/CEO of QuantronAG, said, “Our approach is based on a modification of the drive unit in which conventional engine technology is replaced by a powerful electric drive “.

By keeping existing vehicle chassis, our resource-based solution is fully sustainable and economically attractive to companies.

“Recent developments in politics, business and society require from companies to take immediate action regarding renewable energy and sustainability. We see ourselves as an innovative and future-oriented company in the field of commercial vehicle electrification. The E-drive is currently the most ecologically and economically sensible solution, especially for the end of the line, where distance range is not the top priority.

QuantronAG’s customers have already traveled around 1.8 million kilometers electronically. So the companies need not have to invest in expensive new vehicles and thus remain competitive in the future, they are offered an effective, economical and sustainable solution.”

Hallergroup can look back on over 130 years of experience in the commercial vehicle business. The newly founded Quantron AG combines this experience with the necessary innovative power.

In eBattery, Quantron AG is a pioneer and offers individual services in the entire infrastructure and energy storage in the industrial sector. Expansion will be achieved through the opening of sales offices in Spain, Italy, Israel in September 2019.

 

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