Quantron AG sets up marketing and communication globally: Volker Seitz appointed as CMO and CCO

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Quantron AG is strengthening its management team with Volker Seitz from the beginning of April. By appointing Seitz as Chief Marketing Officer (CMO) and Chief Communication Officer (CCO), the system specialist for e-mobility in commercial vehicles is underlining its ambitions to continue its strong global growth.

Seitz has decades of experience at management level with premium manufacturers for trucks, buses and special vehicles with conventional and alternative drives as well as semi-trailers and intralogistical vehicles such as Daimler Trucks, Iveco Bus, Kögel, Scheuerle/Kamag and Linde Material Handling. The graduate engineer in Aerospace Engineering (University of Stuttgart, Germany and University of Toronto, Canada) has been active in marketing, communications, business development and sales for Europe, North and South America and Asia for over 20 years.

Andreas Haller, founder and CEO of Quantron AG: "We will grow strongly in the coming months and years. Anyone who wants ecologically and economically sustainable CO2 reduction in passenger and freight transport has a competent and experienced partner in Quantron AG. Volker Seitz knows our diverse European and worldwide target markets very well. I am therefore very pleased that he is strengthening our management team."

"Together with the marketing team, I would like to support Quantron in continuing its success story as a pioneer and trailblazer of battery and hydrogen-powered e-mobility for commercial vehicles," says Seitz.
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