Newcastle Systems moves to larger location to meet demand for its mobile powered carts

Newcastle Systems, a pioneer in the mobile-powered industrial cart industry, has moved from Haverhill to a larger location in Amesbury, Massachusetts. Their new space includes offices and his 40,000 square foot warehouse, where frontline workers in manufacturing, retail, shipping and receiving build award-winning carts for a variety of uses.

Christine Wheeler, Newcastle’s Vice President of Marketing, said: A larger, more modern space was needed to accommodate the increased demand for our products. ”

Newcastle Systems, a privately held company based in Massachusetts, has a long history of growth. In 2005, Newcastle started by tinkering in the basement with founder and CEO John O’Kelly. He believed that his real-time, mobile access to data would greatly improve the efficiency of warehouse workers. After a year of long hours and design tweaks, the company introduced the first mobile-powered industrial cart in the United States to support supply chain applications, bringing cutting-edge efficiency to the market. As demand for the product increased, the company first moved to Woburn in 2007, then to a larger location in Middleton in 2010, and to an even larger location in 2015. at Amesbury.

The company developed the first replaceable lithium battery system for industrial applications in 2016 and has continued to pioneer new technology to develop the most ergonomic mobile carts available. Today, with 40 employees, we serve some of the world’s largest retailers, manufacturers and distributors, including Walmart, UPS, DHL, Wayfair, Tesla and Amazon.

Newcastle Systems is now fully operational from a new building at 34 South Hunt Road, Amesbury, MA 01913, and our corporate office phone number remains 781-935-3450.

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