The most powerful pedestrian electric tug offered by MasterMover is the PS3000+ which is capable of moving loads on castors up to 30,000 kg. A single operator can drive using a wireless transmitter to push, pull and manoeuvre loads aided by power steering, the only tug to boast this feature. A robust hydraulic mast and a coupling system provide maximum traction to the industrial drive wheel whilst the drive motor and side loading industrial capacity battery supply the power to move.
One of the biggest car manufacturers located in Germany, purchased an MT300+ electric tug from MasterMover GmbH. The vehicle production plant is a manufacturing environment consisting of chassis manufacturing, spraying and final assembly and has the capability of producing 90 luxurious chassis’ daily.
PACE Paparazzi Catering & Event GmbH purchased 2, SM100+ MasterMover electric tug units with a special coupling that fits to 6 different trolleys.
Founded in 2005, PACE Paparazzi Catering & Event GmbH is a fully owned subsidiary of Axel Springer AG. They have over one million guests a year in their restaurants as well as at numerous events. The company employs approximately 293 people in Berlin and is continuously growing.
For many, porters are the oil in the machine of many NHS hospitals, moving goods, equipment and patients around hospitals and proving a critical component in running clinical services smoothly. With the NHS expected to find £22 billion in efficiency savings by 2021, every part of the hospital machinery needs to be well oiled. Here, Hugh Freer, sales director of electric tug specialist MasterMover, looks at how improving porter efficiency can affect the entire hospital.
MasterMover’s MT1500+ presented impressive specifications with the capability of moving wheeled loads weighing up to 15 tonnes. To compare options, the MT1500+ was tested against a competitor’s tug. Both machines were used to transport a 9.7 tonne load. Oliver explained, “the key benefit of the MasterMover tug was the manoeuvrability.
Skincare visited the Order of the Engineer in Taranto, Italy. On December, 18 there was our one-day course on the necessity of Dermatological Personal Protective Equipment (Dermatological PPE) at work. Our specialists explained why occupational dermatological diseases occurred and spoke of the ways of preventing them. The event in a workshop format included a showcase of interactive experiments.
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