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Richard Lilwall will succeed Andy Walters as CEO of Quartix. Andy Walters will retire following 20 years' service to the Company as co-founder, Managing Director and CEO but will remain a Non-Executive Director. Mr Lilwall will join the Company as Chief Executive Officer and as a member of its plc Board in early October.
ITT Hub 2021 made its debut at Farnborough International Exhibition & Conference Centre last week (30 June – 1 July), showcasing a range of transport industry innovations. Quartix was proud to facilitate the event’s BusHub – a live display of the venue shuttle bus journeys powered by the Quartix real-time vehicle tracking system.
Quartix no longer enters into regulated credit agreements (agreements with individuals for longer than 12 months), therefore it has ceased to undertake regulated activities and accordingly expects to de-register with the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA), who regulate the financial services industry in the UK.
At ITT HUB 2021, Quartix technology will power The Bus Hub, a facility allowing attendees to track the location of event shuttle buses in real time.
Quartix's 2020 financial results report that the business generated £5.5 million free cash flow. This marks the business’ 20th year in operation, which proved to be a year like no other.
Quartix has appointed Sean Maher as Sales Director and expanded its UK and French sales teams to elevate engagement with the larger business fleet sector. The business now has an increased field sales capacity provided by an expert team of representatives across the UK and France.
Quartix is pleased to report positive H1 results and that the business is on track to meet its 2020 financial expectations overall. Prior to the challenges that the national lockdowns have presented, the company’s new vehicle subscriptions for January and February were 30% ahead of 2019.
Recent Quartix vehicle tracking customer, University of Birmingham, has surpassed its pledge to switch 40% of its fleet to electric/alternative fuel by 2020. Chris Lane, Operations Manager of Postal, Portering & Transport Services, tells us how the 4th largest UK university, complete with its very own train station, overcame the challenges of converting to electric powered transport.
We think it’s important to keep you updated on how Quartix is managing the unfolding situation as Coronavirus presents challenges to everyone across the world. Quartix is open for business as usual. We are, of course, taking official advice and adapting, but most of our customer base is carrying on as usual, and we are here to support you.
Quartix is excited to announce that it’s relocated its Newtown headquarters. After almost fourteen years based at the Chapel Offices and a secondary office, we are now all under one roof in a new purpose-built space in the heart of Newtown. Rugby legend, Ieuan Evans MBE, cuts the tape to mark the opening!