FlexQube and STILL GmbH signs supply and distribution agreement

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The two companies have signed a supply and distribution agreement regarding sales and marketing of FlexQube products in connection with the STILL Liftrunner® system.

The agreement will make it possible for STILL customers to buy FlexQube products through the STILL sales organization in Europe. FlexQube will deliver material handling carts and trolleys to the Liftrunner® material handling solution which is part of the STILL product portfolio, either directly from STILL or FlexQube. The Liftrunner® tugger train solution is a market leading solution for transport of industrial carts at production plants. The system enables efficient transport of material on carts throughout the plants. With the FlexQube integration the customers will gain access to a unique, modular and flexible cart concept that together with the Liftrunner® system forms an industry leading combination and state of the art material handling solution. 

Anders Fogelberg, CEO at FlexQube, comments: “The agreement with STILL will mean a stronger market penetration for FlexQube on the European market and is positive for both companies since the FlexQube® concept enhances the total offer to STILL customers by being the most modern and prominent material handling system on the market today. We have had a successful cooperation with STILL in the past and this agreement means that we will work together to form the future of intralogistics.” 

Anders Fogelberg
USA: +1 678 701 58 55
Mobile: +46 702 86 0674
E-mail: anders.fogelberg@flexqube.com
Web: http://www.flexqube.com

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FlexQube is a Swedish-American company that offers a robust, modular and flexible concept to build industrial carts and racks.
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The company has manufacturing in Sweden and USA and distribution in North America and in Europe.
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In 2015 and 2016 FlexQube was awarded on the ‘33-list’ by Veckans Affärer and Ny Teknik as one of the most promising and innovative tech companies in Sweden.
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The growth during the last three years has on average been more than 200% and FlexQube has some of the world’s largest manufacturers within automotive-, energy-, defense-, aerospace-, home appliances-, and construction machinery among their customers. Some examples are Autoliv, Dräxlmaier, Scania, Whirlpool, Eberspächer and Oshkosh.
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We have had a successful cooperation with STILL in the past and this agreement means that we will work together to form the future of intralogistics.
Anders Fogelberg