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Kokomo Tribune: Green Cubes Technology announces expansion

Green Cubes Technology this past week announced broad company expansion and rebranding to capture the new scope and scale of the company.

According to a recent news release, Green Cubes added North American facilities, established operations in Europe and is expanding product lines for the Material Handling and Data Center markets.

Increasing industrial output and e-commerce is a key factor driving global demand for material handling equipment, and there is continued demand for online data storage that started with digital globalization and is exponentially increasing with the remote workforce, company officials stated in the news release. At the same time, green initiatives are gaining public and private support. While the need to decrease fossil-fuel dependency gets attention, green power storage — in the form of Lithium-ion batteries — is a necessary complementary technology.

Green Cubes recently expanded its engineering and production facilities in Kokomo. In addition to the existing facility, Green Cubes added another 36,000-square-foot facility. The existing production facility will continue to provide Lithium-ion batteries for the mobile medical workstation market, while the new facility houses engineering staff and produces Lithium-ion material handling batteries.

Additionally, Green Cubes established two new facilities in Europe with a new technology center in Zurich, Switzerland, and another near Bratislava, Slovakia. The new European team includes Jochen Schumann as chief technical officer for Green Cubes. He has over 25 years of demonstrated experience in designing high-efficiency AC/DC and DC/DC converters, as well as the management of global engineering teams in the power industry.

See the original article in Kokomo Tribune

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