FlexQube is a material handling and industrial cart provider with experience within the logistics, distribution and manufacturing industries. Within this time, FlexQube had launched its DesignOnDemand™ platform, which allowed facility managers, engineers, and other customers to join an online design meeting. Within this meeting, everything is discussed, from transportation methods, the weight of the materials, to delivery times and manufacturing.
Now FlexQube is marking its fifth anniversary in its DesignOnDemand™ platform. This platform has been a pillar for the FlexQube brand in how we interact with our customers. In these five years, FlexQube has been able to help over 500 customers create, develop, and redesign their material handling solutions. This has led to over 1000 designs published on the FlexQube website, and this further improves the ease of creating solutions without the customer needing to leave their computer.
CEO Anders Fogelberg comments, “Without the use of our online platform, we wouldn’t have been able to help so many customers in such a short amount of time. In the beginning, some customers were a little hesitant, but as time went on, it seemed like the more obvious and beneficial method of interacting with customers, for both parties. I look forward to seeing how far we can take this platform in the future”.
We look forward to further strengthen the DesignOnDemand™ platform by using developing technology to create an even better and more valuable experience for the customer.
FlexQube offers a unique and patented concept for the design and manufacture of robust, modular, and flexible carts and racks. The company has production in Sweden and the US with associated distribution in Europe and North America, including Mexico. On December 14, 2017, the company was listed on Nasdaq First North in Sweden.
FlexQube has some of the world's largest manufacturers of automotive, energy, defense, aviation, appliances, and construction machinery among its customers. Some examples are Volvo Cars, Autoliv, Scania, Whirlpool, Eberspächer, and Oshkosh.
Anders Fogelberg, CEO