Electric burden carriers are electric tow tractors with a sturdy platform. These vehicles are suitable for towing loads and for transporting goods and equipment. Electric burden carriers are ideal for use in urban areas, parks and on industrial sites (both indoors and outdoors) as they are both environmentally friendly and have a no-noise electric motor.
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Benefits of an electric burden carrier
There are a number of benefits when using an electric burden carrier. The vehicles are small and agile, which makes them ideal for smaller spaces where cars or vans are neither convenient nor desirable. Fitted with an electric motor, these vehicles make almost no noise and produce no exhaust gases. This makes them perfect for use in spaces where emissions need to be avoided, such as indoors and in overnight operations. In addition, electric burden carriers are also safe, have a lengthy service life and have low maintenance costs. Our vehicles are used 24 hours a day to supply the leisure industry and shops in urban areas and as a low-noise, emission-free solution for indoor locations.
Electric burden carrier from Steenks Service
Whether you want to purchase, rent or lease a burden carrier, Steenks Service can help you. We offer a choice of both new and used burden carriers. Our range primarily includes the Spijkstaal, Bull and Still brands. Depending on your needs and requirements, we can also customise vehicles for you. There are a various options for the addition of a loading platform, plus you have a choice of a (semi) open or closed cab. We would be happy to advise on the electric burden carrier that best matches your unique situation.
Video: Electric burden carriers from Steenks Service can be used in any urban area thanks to their small dimensions and agility. With low noise emissions, they can also be used for 24/7 urban distribution. The video below shows how one of our customers uses an electric burden carrier for urban distribution in Amsterdam city centre.
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