FlexQube receives order from Volvo Car US Operations
CEO - Anders Fogelberg
The car maker Volvo Cars orders more than 1000 FlexQube material handling carts.
FlexQube has received an order for dollies, to be used with the STILL Liftrunner B-frames, from Volvo Car US Operations. The order is for four different versions of dollies and with the FlexQube concept, Volvo Cars gets the flexibility to ramp up production in their plant just outside Charleston, South Carolina.
In the process FlexQube emphasized the different benefits with the FlexQube dollies compared to welded alternatives, including lower costs for alterations and repairs, as well as flexibility to move between the different cart sizes further down the line.
Anders Fogelberg, CEO of FlexQube commented: “This is a large order for FlexQube and we are happy that car maker Volvo Cars has chosen our products for this order. FlexQube will be able to help the customer adapt to sudden changes in container size, delivery methods or material presentation setups. With our US manufacturing and distribution center just three hours away from the Volvo Cars plant FlexQube can also offer a great level of service.”
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.
For more information, contact CEO Anders Fogelberg
+46 702 86 06 74
About Volvo Cars
Volvo Cars is a global brand with manufacturing in Sweden, Belgium and China – with new plans to open in the United States and India soon. Volvo Car Group produces a wide range of cars: sedans, cross country, estates, and luxury SUVs. Volvo Car Group (Volvo Cars) is owned by Zhejiang Geely Holding (Geely Holding) of China. Volvo Cars reached sales of over 534,000 cars in about 100 countries in 2016.