With electric tugs avoid the most common manual handling injuries.
Electric Tugs can pull a train of carts and can be operated by just one person.
Electric tugs adds value to a companies production process & to its products.
To move heavy roll cages from a delivery vehicle's tail lift to the supermarket's storeroom or long trains of empty roll cages.
to move bariatric beds, waste bins (including multiple bins at once), linen cages and gas bottles.
to move chromatography columns within laboratories.
to move long trains of empty luggage trolleys.
to move heavy materials such as top soil or to harvest crops in polytunnels.
to move heavy building materials or to access construction sites where diggers and movers cannot due to size restrictions.
to move industrial mixing bowls full of product.
to move containers and waste bins and wheelie bins.
Automotive - To move heavy products such as vehicles down a production line.
Glass – To move heavy stillages used to hold glass through production.
Wind Turbines – Moving turbine blades up to 50 metres in length through production.
Aerospace – To move wing assemblies, invar tooling, turnover jigs etc.
Boat building – To move luxury yachts on cradles through production.
Brick and ceramic – To move product into and out of a kiln.
Modular buildings – To move buildings through production and completed buildings into storage.
Cable and wire reels – To move unwieldy reels in production.
To move loads mounted on rails, such as in railway maintenance depots.