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Mon Feb 18 2019

Zallys electric tugs get you moving


Warequip’s Zallys range of Italian made electric tugs have a wide range of applications. 

Industrial and commercial sites Australia wide have a need to remove waste without the risk of injury to personnel whilst maintaining efficiency levels and labour costs.  

The Zallys model M3 is a pedestrian operated battery electric tug, mainly designed for pulling applications 500kg and under.

The Zallys M3 can be fitted with a Sulo bin attachment which allows the unit to easily move two fully loaded Sulo bins from A to B at an efficient pace. 

This unit is ideal for hotels, apartment blocks, hospitals and a wide range of other facilities that have waste management and transport issues.  

The product is available Australia wide through the Warequip dealer network. 

Ph: 1800 337 711

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