Caselabs like the phoenix from the ashes: now returning after bankruptcy

Caselabs like the phoenix from the ashes: now returning after bankruptcy

from Sarah Petzold
Caselabs, believed dead, returns: A Swedish entrepreneur has acquired the rights to the brand and products and is currently working to revive the case manufacturer, which had to file for bankruptcy in 2018.

In 2018, the news of the bankruptcy of case manufacturer Caselabs came like bad news for the gaming community: due to the Trump administration’s tariffs and ongoing supply bottlenecks, the company was no longer able to keep its head above water, could not find a buyer and went bankrupt. But now there is good news for all loyal fans of Caselabs.

Production in Sweden, old cases are reissued

Like a phoenix rising from the ashes, the company is now returning to the market under new management. Caselabs owes this unusual rebirth to a fan of the original company from Sweden: Emil Rytterstedt bought the trademark rights to Caselabs in 2021 as well as the rights to all of the manufacturer’s products.

So far, the manufacturer’s website is still under construction, an online shop with specific products does not yet exist. According to its own statements, the company is currently busy building the website itself and establishing a customer service. Initially, they want to sell spare parts for the original cases before they start producing the original Caselabs cases again, according to the FAQ.

As soon as production for the original cases has started, Caselabs wants to expand its own product range with merchandise, accessories, components and PC peripherals. A new series of cases is also conceivable, but also an update of the original product line with various improvements. The individual products will then no longer be manufactured in the USA but in Sweden, which should significantly reduce import and shipping costs for German customers. If you want to stay up to date with what Caselabs is about, you can visit the Sign up for the newsletter on the official website.

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Source: via tech powerup