Powered tugs—battery powered and Australian made
Ergonomic materials handling equipment for towing heavy loads
Also known in the industry as pedestrian operated tugs, electric tugs, electric load pullers, electric tuggers, trailer tugs or power tuggers, an Electrodrive powered tug is an ergonomically-designed, battery-operated machine designed for safely moving heavy wheeled loads. Manufactured here in Australia, our range of electric tugs enable a single user to tow up to 20 tonnes, while reducing the risk of injury—back and side strain—from pushing and pulling.
Tow up to 20 tonnes with an Australian-made battery powered tow tug
Built to perform, our range of battery powered tugs make it possible for a single person to move up to 20,000 kg of equipment. Unlike a forklift, you don't need a license to operate a tug, and since they are designed to tow loaded trolleys, carts and trailers alongside a walking operator, you will always have maximum forward visibility, eliminating the risk of collision with other people or equipment. Our tugs are also very manoeuvrable, at home in tight corridors or areas with heavy traffic, and because they're battery powered, they are also quiet, allowing them to be used in hospitals and commercial areas.
Electrodrive's Australian-made electric tug range
Safely tow up to 6 tonnes on flat ground or up to 1 tonne on slopes.
Efficiently move heavy equipment with a powered tow tug
Powered tugs are used in a wide variety of applications, in a wide variety of industries. From delivering stock inside shopping centres, to moving heavy trolleys and carts through tight hospital corridors, to moving very heavy equipment and machinery around factory floors, to moving trailers and caravans, we have an electric tug that can help you or your staff move heavy loads safely.
Retail—moving heavy roll cages from loading docks to shelves.
Healthcare and hospitality—moving heavy linen carts to the laundry.
Supermarkets and airports—moving long trains of empty trolleys.
Construction—moving building materials through narrow sites.
Food and beverage—moving heavy industrial bowls of ingredients and products.
Waste management—moving heavy bins to collection points or dumper bins.
Manufacturing and assembly—moving heavy equipment like vehicles, glass, components, industrial equipment or machinery, or finished products through a production line.
Warehouse and factory—towing trolleys, trailers, carts and bins.
Rail—moving bogies or trams.
Hitching and accessories
Check the hitching and accessories page for more information.