Logistics processes within an organisation often require great physical effort.
Transporting heavy carts by hand in various industries is no longer acceptable from a Health and Safety point of view. With the help of electric tug, the transportation of these carts can be made easier.
In many sectors there is a requirement to move heavy roll cage containers, flower carts and other rolling transport. In order to transport these carts in a user-friendly way, without strain, WEWO designed the electric tug. The electric tug can be designed in various classes, up to a maximum towing capacity of 2.5 tonnes. In addition, many different coupling links are possible - from manual operation to full hydraulic control.
Years of experience in the logistics sector combined with in-house engineering result in the realisation of many customer-specific solutions for both the electric tug and the coupling link.
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