QUANTRON EXPANDS ITS MANAGEMENT TEAM WITH LEADING EXPERTS FROM THE E-MOBILITY AND COMMERCIAL VEHICLE INDUSTRY
Quantron AG, leading system provider of battery- and hydrogen-powered e-mobility, is on course for global growth. The company is being supported on this path by five new senior specialists: Alexander Stucke, Martin Lischka, Dr. Uwe Hansult, Jochen Bauer and Dieter Fath.
Alexander Stucke is taking on the role of Head of Tender Management Bus and Product Management Bus at Quantron AG. He brings his many years of global industry experience from previous positions at the world’s leading bus manufacturers Mercedes-Benz, IVECO and MAN to the Augsburg-based e-mobility specialists.
As Head of Corporate & Product Strategy, Martin Lischka will further expand Quantron AG’s global e-mobility strategy and product portfolio. A key focus will be on the area of Design & Vision. Previously, Lischka worked for several years in the electric vehicle sector at AUDI AG and the Volkswagen Group, as well as Automobili Pininfarina among others.
Dr. Uwe Hansult will fill the position of COO (Chief Operating Officer). Hansult, who holds a doctorate in mechanical engineering, has more than 20 years of experience in production management at leading commercial vehicle companies such as MAN and Krone and will be responsible for the expansion of Quantron AG’s international production network, among other things.
Jochen Bauer will be responsible for expanding the Digital Ecosystem as Head of Connected Drive & Digital Services. His wealth of experience includes positions at well-known companies such as Porsche AG and AUDI AG.
As a member of the Board of Directors for QUANTRON in Switzerland, Dieter Fath complements the team. Previously, he was COO of Futuricum of Designwerk Products AG.
Michael Perschke, CEO and Member of the Board of Quantron AG: “The new colleagues enrich Quantron AG with a valuable mix of both commercial vehicles and e-mobility. With our strong Q-Team, we are setting out on a course towards the OEM of emission-free and thus sustainable commercial vehicles.”