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Haller Group becomes automotive supplier

Haller Group is in the process of change and growth, having transformed from a service company into an automotive supplier.

In the future, it aims to become more and more marketed as an automotive trading partner (tyres) and automotive supplier in the field of new technologies (batteries, fuel cells).

The Gersthofen (Germany) based family-owned business is currently run by Andreas Haller, who is the fifth generation in management and has also founded the e-mobility high-tech spin-off, Quantron AG, in 2019.

Now, reaching its 140th anniversary, Haller Group is undergoing a transformation process, bringing in experienced management specialists.

Klaus Schmitt, who will take over as CEO in the future, is expected to restructure Andreas Haller Holding, which owns a majority stake in Quantron AG, among others. At the same time, he is supposed to further expand all the other assets of the company. The financial expert was COO (Chief Operation Officer) of Patrizia AG, a real estate investment management company, for many years. In addition, Klaus Schmitt will become a member of the Supervisory Board at Quantron AG.

Pedro Navarro has been appointed as the new CEO of Haller GmbH & Co. KG. As the former sales director in Germany at Pirelli, a car tyre company, and managing director of a medium-sized enterprise, he has the experience to help Haller expand further.

As Andreas Haller explains, the company "has existed since 1882 and has repeatedly gone through transformation processes since this time. This allows us to offer our customers a range of modern services and products that are really state-of-the-art. With Klaus Schmitt and Pedro Navarro, experienced experts are coming on board who will continue to move the company forward in its continuous development."

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