FlexQube Order worth 6 million SEK for Tier 1 supplier in USA
Wednesday, July 1, 2020
Tuesday, 30th of June, 2020 - FlexQube has received an order for a German based company, who is setting up a new plant to manufacture automotive parts in Southeast USA, worth 6 million SEK. The order consists of modular FlexQube trolleys in four different versions in combination with the Liftrunner Mother Daughter tugger train system. IPW Lift Techs is managing the deal and FlexQube is selling the products through them. The order will be delivered during the third quarter 2020.
“Once again we win a large tugger train order after showing the customer how strong the combination of the unique and modular FlexQube concept and the Liftrunner tugger train solution can be. The customer had more than 20 different evaluation criteria listed as part of the sourcing process in which we could show an advantage to our competition. Among the things that was beneficial for choosing FlexQube, in this case, was the versatility and flexibility in the mechanical concept as well as in the tugger train system. The customer has also expressed that they will use the FlexQube concept to design and build additional carts internally at their plant with the supply of bulk material from FlexQube”, Anders Fogelberg, CEO FlexQube AB (publ), comments.
FlexQube is a company that offers a unique and patented concept that is used to design and deliver robust, modular, and flexible material handling carts. The company has manufacturing in Sweden and USA and distribution in North America and in Europe. On December 14, 2017, the company was listed on the Nasdaq First North in Sweden.
FlexQube has some of the world’s largest manufacturers within automotive-, energy-, defense-, aerospace-, home appliances-, and construction machinery among its customers. Some examples are Volvo Cars, Siemens, Autoliv, Scania, Whirlpool, Eberspächer, and Mann+Hummel.
Anders Fogelberg, CEO