Quantron is set to deliver 38 purely electric heavy commercial vehicles to Hama Trucks, marking a significant stride in promoting sustainable mobility. The first batch of Quantron's QHM BEV models, including tractor units and swap body vehicles, will reach Hama Trucks by the end of this year, with plans for subletting.
The Quantron QHM BEV boasts a robust 450 kW battery, offering an impressive range of up to 300 kilometers on a single charge. This order, valued at €16 million, underscores the commitment of both companies to eco-friendly transport solutions.
Andreas Haller, the Founder and CEO of Quantron AG, emphasized the importance of this delivery, stating, “The delivery of the trucks is another step in our mission to promote sustainable mobility and advance environmentally friendly solutions in the transport sector.”
Adding to the allure of this deal, the Federal Ministry of Transport and Digital Infrastructure (BMDV) will provide subsidies under the KsNi subsidy program, covering a substantial 80 percent of the additional expenses for all 38 vehicles.
Quantron has been making waves in recent months, particularly with its fuel cell trucks. In June, the company initiated its B financing round with a primary focus on North America. In October 2022, Quantron established a subsidiary in the United States, concentrating on hydrogen solutions for long-haul transport. This was followed by the unveiling of a US Class 8 H2 truck designed for the American market at the Advanced Clean Transportation Expo in Anaheim, California, earlier this year. Moreover, in July, French company Mob'Hy signed a letter of intent to procure 253 hydrogen-powered Quantron vehicles, further solidifying Quantron's presence in the eco-friendly transportation landscape.