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In 2005, we pioneered the field of Industrial Powered Carts—indispensable tools for efficiency in logistics and industry. And we’re still way out front with a fantastic crew, year-over-year double-digit growth and a customer list packed with successful global companies. If you’re ready to do your best work as part of a positive, energetic, and committed team, read on.



Our biggest strength is our hardworking team, so we treat them right by offering a people-positive and family-supportive work environment, competitive salaries, profit-sharing, and benefits we’re proud of:


  • Comprehensive insurance, including health, vision, dental, life and disability
  • 401(k) with generous matching
  • Individually tailored career growth plans, including paid training and tuition reimbursement
  • Vacation package, paid sick leave, paid community service days, and nine paid holidays
  • Annual performance-based profit-sharing bonus


We’re not shy about working hard, but we find lots of excuses to have a seriously good time together. Lately we’ve been into Friday BBQs, weekly cornhole championships, and outings like the Red Sox, Duck Boats, Cheers, go karts, river tours and sailing. Plus holiday celebrations and team-based community service days. And—we’re located in a beautiful corner of New England. Just 30 minutes north of Boston, where there’s tons of great stuff to do, and fifteen minutes from the beach. So yeah, we know how to have fun.




There are a few basic values that have proven to be remarkably good guides along the way, and we stick with them. They’ll tell you something about what it’s like to work with us.





We constantly learn from our customers. They’re at the center of everything we do, and their success is the most important measure of our own.




We are positive, passionate, and stubbornly solution-focused. We’re totally dedicated to making our customers more productive.




We relentlessly seek to improve processes and eliminate waste, so we can offer our customers the very best solutions and unmatched value.




We’re trustworthy, fair, and true to our promises. We treat every customer and team member with the highest level of professional respect.


That’s opportunity at the door. Come join a thriving company at the top of its game. Browse our open positions and apply—you may be just who we’ve been waiting for!



Regional Sales - Texas

Are you a creative, resourceful, and energetic industrial sales professional who enjoys providing hands-on solutions that offer superior value? This unique opening is a great opportunity to grow business in existing territories working with leading companies and resellers. Our product is unique and offers an excellent ROI and is used by some of the world’s most efficient companies.


  • Achieve consistent on-target performance based on annual sales goals
  • Responding to inbound inquiries and requests from existing customers and active leads
  • Manage existing customer and reseller base to ensure a high degree of customer satisfaction and assure future growth
  • Proactively prospecting (internally and externally) to establish new connections
  • Provide regular, timely monthly reports on business activity
  • Conduct product demonstrations (in-person and online)
  • Attend Trade Shows and Exhibitions where appropriate
  • Update CRM to assure real time information
  • Continually seeking to improve industry knowledge and skill set


  • Prior industrial sales experience selling into manufacturing and distribution companies. Preferably capital or material handling equipment, data collection , printing hardware, or industrial/packaging supplies.
  • Prior knowledge of bar code devices, material handling and IT would be helpful
  • Bachelor’s degree preferred or equivalent work experience
  • Prior outside industrial sales experience required, 3+ years
  • Ability to travel overnight
  • Must be a self-starting individual capable of meeting sales objectives and maintaining a steady work pace
  • Must be able to speak persuasively and fluently while selling a product
  • Working knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel or similar software desired
  • The ability to effectively communicate, verbally and in writing, with people of various educational and technical backgrounds, both inside and outside the company


Inside Sales Representative

Are you a self-starter who thrives on helping customers? We are seeking a Remote Inside Sales Representative (ISR) to assist in growing revenue to direct accounts and resellers in our central and western regions.

Reporting to the Director of Sales, the Inside Sales Rep will be responsible for supporting several outside sales reps and helping them grow their regions with sales activity. This includes quotations, handling customer/reseller inquiries, follow up, prospecting, outbound calls/emails, and accurately utilizing CRM.


  • Supports 2 Outside Sales Reps
  • Maintain and grow assigned region of direct customers and resellers
  • Generate timely quotations and follow up
  • Enter all data accurately in CRM
  • First response on customer inquiries
  • Assist in sales/marketing projects
  • Identify and qualify opportunities from lead generation activities, inbound product inquires and outbound calling into targeted lists
  • Communicate Newcastle’s value proposition and tailor to customer needs
  • Meet or exceed company goals and KPI’s
  • Perform effective online demos to prospects
  • Research accounts, identify key players and generate interest


  • Must live in the central time zone
  • 2+ years of inside/outside sales experience
  • Excellent verbal, written and presentation experience
  • Experience using CRM such as Dynamics, Salesforce, Hubspot
  • Ambitious self-starter
  • Positive attitude
  • Willingness to learn and grow
  • Ability to work independently and manage their time efficiently
  • Be self-directed and capable of prioritizing opportunities and performing multiple tasks
  • Associates, or Bachelor’s degree or relevant experience


Production Buyer/Planner

The Buyer/Planner will be responsible for purchasing goods, materials and services and ensuring that company operational needs are met, while taking into account price, quality and delivery and to maintain supply continuity. You will negotiate midsize value contracts with complex requirements and will meet internal client objectives while achieving maximum overall cost effectiveness. You will directly interact with your internal stakeholders and with external vendors. You will be responsible for the purchasing of materials and goods required, ensuring on-time deliveries and customer satisfaction. You will be responsible for effectively utilizing planning material scheduling to meet the production plan/schedule. Reporting to the Operations Director, you will work closely with the production teams, procurement, customer service teams, accounting and sales.


  • Maintain the Master Production Schedule (Demand Planning), along with maintaining the item master on purchased parts to ensure proper lead times, pricing and lot sizes
  • Initiate and maintain the material requirement planning (MRP) system to ensure the timely release of material to support an efficient build process
  • Negotiate contracts, improve prices and terms of business with suppliers and review opportunities to make business savings utilizing negotiation and procurement best practice tools and methods
  • Promptly address and resolve production issues to minimize delays in production
  • Provide analysis on costs, new and existing,  and review cost reduction activities
  • Purchase goods, materials, components or services in line with specified cost, quality and delivery targets
  • Build and manage supplier relationships and maintain good communication
  • Compile status and performance reports and submit them to management in a timely manner
  • Contact suppliers to resolve price, quality, delivery or invoice issues
  • Evaluate suppliers and contribute to performance reviews to ensure contract compliance
  • Ownership of the forecast and maintain min, max and lead times in MRP
  • Plan all production processes to meet production dates
  • Determine and maintain stock levels for manufacturing and purchase parts based on historical usage and forecast analysis


  • High School Diploma
  • Bachelor's degree in Supply Chain Management, Business Management or related field is preferred
  • Minimum of 5 years of relevant experience, or an advanced degree with a minimum of 3 years of relevant experience
  • 5-10 years experience in material requirements planning (MRP) and related software (Epicor would be an advantage)
  • 5+ years production supervisory experience
  • Proven experience working as a Production Planner
  • Lean manufacturing experience
  • Certified in Production and Inventory Management (CPIM) accreditation or other relevant certification is advantageous (APICS)
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office
  • Ability to effectively communicate with employees at all levels in a professional, engaging and constructive manner
  • Advanced analytical, problem-solving and negotiation skills
  • Strong organizational, time management and visual management skills
  • Excellent attention to detail, a team player and problem solver


The leader in Powered Carts and Portable Power Solutions.
With our first cart, we pioneered an industry. And with the unrivaled lineup we offer today, we’re still the go-to source for mobile productivity solutions—and still 100% focused on making it easy for you to be more productive. We hope you’ll reach out to learn more about what we can offer you.