Swainsboro, GA – FlexQube has launched their first mother-daughter eQart to the North American market. The mother-daughter eQart takes full advantage of the flexibility offered by the automated concept. Using the new automated building blocks and the original building blocks of the FlexQube concept, a mother-daughter system can be created. This system can be used for a wide variety of material handling projects and internal logistics. Including everyday activities such as delivery and refill of parts & materials, collect empty trolleys, or order picking operations.
“Seeing how easy it is to combine the new automated building blocks with the original FlexQube building blocks to create an automated mother-daughter system makes using an automated system like this very cost-effective for the customer. Having flexible automation at your fingertips really is a game-changer for customers’ existing in such a dynamic environment,” states CEO Anders Fogelberg.
The eQart is the next step for FlexQube to help their customer begin their automation journey. This new automated mother-daughter system will allow several factories, warehouses & distribution centers improve their internal logistics and take another step forward in their lean journeys.
The eQart has been designed using the existing FlexQube concept, meaning the top structure can be easily interchanged depending on the customers’ materials. On top of this, the size can range from a minimum of 910 x 840mm to a maximum of 2510 x 2510mm. Since the eQart’s sales launch, it has been implemented in Daimler, Dana & Demag Cranes.
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