Flexenclosure opens second production facility in Sweden to meet increasing global demand for eCentre data centres

20th December 2017 – Stockholm, Sweden

Swedish provider of sustainable Internet infrastructure Flexenclosure is establishing a second production facility in western Sweden to manage the increasing global demand for its prefabricated eCentre data centres.

Flexenclosure’s custom designed, flexible and energy efficient eCentre is being used by an increasing number of telecom, Internet and colocation service companies across the world.  Flexenclosure recently announced its expansion in Latin America with an order for two new data centres in Chile and Ecuador.  And earlier this month, Flexenclosure and Virtutel announced a project to roll out up to 20 edge data centres across Australia.  eCentre is also very popular in many emerging markets in Africa due to its durability, quick deployment and the company’s extensive experience of supplying top quality ICT infrastructure to the most demanding locations around the globe.

In order to meet customers’ expectations of increasing volumes and speedy deliveries of new eCentre data centres, Flexenclosure will open a new production facility in January 2018 at Lidköping-Hovby Airport – a regional airport in western Sweden. The company already operates its main production facility at its corporate hub in nearby Vara.

“This is a major milestone for us and a confirmation of our successful growth strategy for both our eCentre product and our business,” said David King, CEO, Flexenclosure. “We are rapidly expanding our global eCentre footprint and the new facility will enable us to deliver new data centres even faster to our customers around the world.”

Flexenclosure is a Sweden-based designer and manufacturer of prefabricated data centre buildings and telecom site power systems for the ICT industry.  eCentre is a state-of-the art, custom-designed, prefabricated and pre-integrated data centre building that is fast to deploy, energy efficient and fully future proofed. With its flexible and easily expandable white space, eCentre enables highly capital efficient data centre deployments and has been Uptime Institute certified up to Tier IV level.

Flexenclosure's manufacturing facility in Vara, Sweden


For additional information please contact:

David King
CEO, Flexenclosure
Phone: +46 (510) 427 000
Email: david.king@flexenclosure.com


About Flexenclosure:

Flexenclosure provides sustainable Internet infrastructure – designing and manufacturing prefabricated data centres and intelligent power management systems for the ICT industry. The company provides systems that are fully integrated, modular, factory tested for reliability, adaptable to local conditions and quick to install.

eSite x10 is the world’s first power system purpose-built for outdoor telecom sites and to outdoor telecom standards.  It is a patented, sealed, tamper-proof unit with passive convection cooling, no filters, no moving parts and it requires no maintenance.  eSite x10 is the future of telecom site power.

eCentre is a state-of-the art, custom-designed, prefabricated and pre-integrated data centre building that is fast to deploy, energy efficient and fully future proofed. With its flexible and easily expandable white space, eCentre enables highly capital efficient data centre deployments and has been certified up to Tier IV level.

Flexenclosure was founded in 1989. The company is based in Vara, Sweden, headquartered in Stockholm and has additional offices in Malaysia, Mexico, Myanmar, Nigeria and South Africa. Customers include ACS, Airtel, Apollo Towers, IHS Towers, Millicom, MTN, Vodacom and Zain.

www.flexenclosure.com

Tags:

Subscribe

Media

Media

Quotes

“This is a major milestone for us and a confirmation of our successful growth strategy for both our eCentre product and our business,” said David King, CEO, Flexenclosure. “We are rapidly expanding our global eCentre footprint and the new facility will enable us to deliver new data centres even faster to our customers around the world.”
David King, CEO, Flexenclosure