Woburn Company mobile units help bring flexibility to healthcare and retail industries – CBS Boston

Woburn Company mobile units help bring flexibility to healthcare and retail industries - CBS Boston

WOBURN (CBS) – A Massachusetts company is working to change retailing and give businesses more options. Now they are turning their attention to health care amid the COVID pandemic.

In a small warehouse in Woburn, Joel Kamm is busy building what looks like a small house. But as the name suggests, Flexetail brings flexibility to retail.

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“We felt that the system that was in place for brick and mortar retail needed to change,” Kamm said.

Joel Kamm is building a Flexetail unit. (WBZ-TV)

Kamm builds the durable mobile units for use as pop-up retail stores that can be set up anywhere for a day, a week or more.

Flexetail has worked with national brands such as DHL, which is planning parcel drop-off at Assembly Square in Somerville, and small local businesses that use these trailers to showcase their brands to customers without investing in a physical store.

A Flexetail unit was used by DHL as a parcel depot. (WBZ-TV)

The Boston Bruins sold equipment from one of these units, as well as Rent the Runway and local sportswear company Booty by Brabants.

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