- Base is made from strong pressed sheet steel
- Non-slip, non-marking PVC surface to endure wear and tear
- Foldable design for easy storage in small spaces
If you work in an environment where transportation of goods and substances is part of everyday work, you can make your employees’ lives a lot easier by providing adequate platform trucks and trolleys for moving heavy goods safely and effortlessly. These folding platform trolleys are built to hold and transport heavy items and can be manoeuvred easily by anyone. The use of platform trolleys is also essential for ensuring workplace health and safety; some of the most serious workplace injuries are caused from incorrect or sustained heavy lifting. This risk can be avoided by the use of trolleys.
These transportation trolleys have a convenient foldable design, meaning that when they are not in use they can be folded up and stored away easily without taking up too much space. When in use, the trolleys have four wheels – one in each corner – each of which swivel for easy manoeuvre around corners and tight spaces. They are ideal for use on flat surfaces – the small wheels are not suitable to run over more rugged terrain.
The wheeled platform trolleys are made to withstand substantial weight and to be long-lasting and durable. Made from a strong pressed sheet steel, the base is tough and sturdy, and a non-slip, non-marking PVC surface ensures that you can put all types of goods on the trolley without it damaging or suffering extensive wear and tear.
The fold-up trolleys are supplied in parts for self-assembly. Putting them together for the first time is easy; just follow the simple instructions provided, along with using all of the supplied parts and fittings. They are designed to be assembled by anyone, so are an ideal option to purchase for your workforce.
These trolleys are designed to hold heavy weights. For a lighter weight option, you may be interested in our four wheeled aluminium extending trolleys, which can transport loads of up to 150kg and come with features such as extending arms and contracting platforms.