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Newcastle Systems in the News

Newcastle Systems Expands into Europe, Partners with Andreas Laubner GmbH

PowerSwap Nucleus Lithium Power System and other mobile-powered solutions now available in Europe


MAXDORF, Germany and HAVERHILL, Mass. (March 5, 2019) - Newcastle Systems, a leading provider of mobile-powered workplace solutions designed to make warehouses, manufacturing facilities and retail floors more efficient, today announced a new partnership with German-based Andreas Laubner GmbH that brings their mobile-powered solutions to the European market.

Andreas Laubner GmbH, founded in 1996, specializes in automatic identification solutions, office machine technique, data capture and barcode technology. Newcastle’s mobile-powered workstations and battery systems will complete Laubners’ product portfolio and will be available for sale to customers in manufacturing, warehousing and distribution centers in all countries throughout the E.U.

“We’re excited to bring our mobile-power solutions to Europe,” said Newcastle Founder and CEO John O’Kelly. “We struggle with many of the same problems here in the U.S. as they do in Europe like rising labor costs, wasted or repetitive steps. I’m confident that our partnership with Laubner will pave the way to greater adoption of lean practices at warehouses and manufacturing facilities across the region, and further reduce unnecessary motion.”

As Newcastle’s official European distributor, Laubner will now sell Newcastle’s suite of products to their large customer base and reseller channels. Laubner has expanded their sales team in Europe to accommodate the expanded capacity.

“Newcastle’s product line is innovative and fits well into the European market,” said Andreas Laubner, Executive Director of Andreas Laubner GmbH. “We’re thrilled to partner with a company that is focused on solving problems for those in warehousing and manufacturing.”

Andreas Laubner GmbH team introduced Newcastle’s solutions at this year’s LogiMAT 2019 show in Messe Stuttgart. The full line of Newcastle’s mobile-powered workstations , which reduce wasted motion by up to 50%, will now be available in the European market, including the PowerSwap Nucleus, NB Series, and APEX series.

For more information about Newcastle’s European expansions click here, and for information on how to order through Andreas Laubner GmbH click here or reach out to +49 6237 92438 or newcastle@laubner.com.

About Newcastle Systems

Newcastle Systems, Inc. is a provider of workplace mobility solutions that include a range of mobile carts for every workstation need with a unique, integrated power system that enables companies to maximize workplace efficiencies with minimal investment. Newcastle Systems mobility solutions are in place around the world helping reduce footsteps in warehouses, speed up receiving, picking and shipping operations, improve staffing efficiencies on retail floor, and provide convenience and ergonomic benefits for employees in manufacturing, education, distribution, military and government sectors. For more information, visit http://www.newcastlesys.com or e-mail sales@newcastlesys.com.


About Andreas Laubner GmbH

Andreas Laubner GmbH, founded in 1996, has successfully established itself on the market as a renowned, reliable system and development house. The company names quality by name and was certified to ISO9001 in 2014. With the customized and individual complete solutions in the field of automatic identification with barcode and RFID technology, the Andreas Laubner GmbH offers the right solution for almost every requirement and industry. Its core business includes consulting, sales and service. Individual software development or software customization on different operating systems as well as the integration into complex system environments are also part of the range of services. The portfolio is supplemented by special services such as radio data measurement, layout creation, software module development, label printing software and terminal emulation for mobile devices.

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