FlexQube Opens First Day of Trading on Nasdaq First North in Stockholm
The founders of FlexQube Per Augustsson, Christian Thiel and Anders Fogelberg ring the bell in Stockholm to open FlexQube’s first day of trading on Nasdaq First North.
Since FlexQube had been founded by CFO Christian Thiel, CTO Per Augustsson and CEO Anders Fogelberg in a small Swedish town in 2010, it has grown drastically. FlexQube now boasts over 225 customers in 20 different countries including but not limited to companies such as Siemens, Scania, Autoliv, Volvo Cars, Cummins and Whirlpool.
FlexQube operates to help their customers become world leaders in intralogistics and help guide them through the drastic changes and new technologies to improve their material handling processes. The concept of creating material handling carts & racks from core building blocks has been successful in overcoming the challenges facing many organizations within the manufacturing sector today.
Anders Fogelberg, CEO of FlexQube commented: “We are extremely excited to have FlexQube listed on such a prominent exchange as Nasdaq, this will give us the ability to not only improve our growth internationally but ensure that our products are of the highest quality to help our customers become leaders within intralogistics,” he continued “this is a huge step for us in holding ourselves accountable to continue providing top class solutions and value not only for our customers but now for our shareholders as well,”.
For more information, contact CEO Anders Fogelberg
+46 702 86 06 74
FlexQube is the world’s largest supplier of a robust and modular concept to make industrial material handling carts that can replace welded solutions. The company has distribution- and manufacturing facilities in Sweden and USA.
FlexQube has some of the world's largest and most prominent manufacturers in the automotive, energy, aerospace, appliance, and engineering industries as clients. Some examples include Autoliv, Dräxlmaier, Kuehne-Nagel, Scania, Whirlpool, Eberspächer, Oshkosh and Cummins.