German e-mobility specialist Quantron has signed a framework agreement with TMP Logistics Group for an order of up to 500 Class 8 trucks with FCEV drive system. The vehicles, which will be operated via Quantron-as-a-Service (QaaS), are scheduled for delivery by 2024. It is also intended to integrate zero-emission vehicles from third-party suppliers into the QaaS platform and offer zero-emission solutions to customers on a per-mile basis based on total cost of ownership. Quantron is the preferred supplier of FCEV-powered Class 8 trucks to TMP Logistics. Quantron is a platform provider and specialist for sustainable mobility for people and goods, and offers a 360-degree OEM-open ecosystem through its Quantron-as-a-Service (QaaS) option. In addition to zero-emission BEV and FCEV vehicles and the corresponding customer care, the associated infrastructure from H2 generation to refueling is also encompassed. Green hydrogen vehicles for transportation of goods have an immense market potential in the US. The total market for Class 8 vehicles to be electrified and equipped with fuel cell drives is around 280,000 to 300,000 vehicles in the USA by 2030. This means enormous growth potential of alternative powertrains with hydrogen and all-electric drive from around 2,000 units in 2022 to over 35,000 in 2034.