Quantron Supports IKEA’s Emissions-free Delivery
Kaitlyn46S 17-08-2021, 20:00

HONG KONG SAR - Media OutReach - 17 August 2021 - Quantron, strategic partner of Ev Dynamics, delivers 30 electric vans to IKEA Austria.



Quantron Supports IKEA’s Emissions-free Delivery

Andreas Haller, founder and CEO of Quantron AG (left), hands over a symbolic key for the delivered vehicles to Claes Lindgren, Country Customer Fulfillment Manager IKEA Austria (right)

Quantron AG, handed over the first set of 100% emission-free vans to IKEA Austria, this week. The international furniture company IKEA has set itself the goal of becoming climate-positive by 2030. The e-mobility specialist Quantron supports IKEA in this mission and supplies the IKEA logistics center near Vienna with 30 environmentally friendly e-vehicles. The Germany based Quantron AG is strategic partner of Ev Dynamics.


Quantron's first all-electric Q-Light was already used for extensive testing at the logistics center in June. With a range of at least 170 km, a drive power of 100 kW and a maximum charging power of 70 kW, the e-transporters are ideally equipped for routes between IKEA locations and customers' delivery addresses. Initially, the vehicles will be used for deliveries to all 23 of Vienna's municipal districts and within a 30 km radius of the logistics center.


Andreas Haller, founder and CEO of Quantron AG: "We are pleased to be able to support IKEA with our knowledge and expertise in this important step towards emission-free delivery. Quantron is proud to help companies like IKEA with our many years of e-mobility experience and our international network to make the switch to emission-free freight transport."


Miguel Valldecabres Polop, CEO of Ev Dynamics, said: "Ev Dynamics and Quantron entered into a share swap agreement on 29 July 2021. Ev Dynamics is proud as investor and strategic partner for the win of this new business opportunity for Quantron AG."


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