Zallys® Electric Material Handling Partners with eTug PRO for North America Launch
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Popular Model M12 Electric Tug enables Faster and Safer Moving of Heavy Loads including A-Frames used in Glass & Stone Applications

BELLFLOWER, Calif. - Californer -- Italy-based Zallys®, a market leading manufacturer of Electric Material Handling Solutions since 1996, has partnered with the new eTug PRO Division of Japan USA Precision Tools to be the Authorized Factory Agent, Importer and Distributor for the North America Market.

The initial roll-out campaign launching now features the top-of-the-line Zallys Electronic Tug series that are very popular in many segments worldwide including Automotive, Metallurgical, Glass & Stone, Railways, Textiles, Maintenance, Laundries, Hospitals, Waste Handling, Production Lines,  Airports, Logistics and more.

Thanks to decades of experience in the design and manufacture of professional electric vehicles, Zallys has always been a reference company in its field, offering logistics solutions for any requirement related to the handling of wheeled loads.

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Zallys has the widest range of utility electric vehicles available in the global market and offers pedestrian and man on board vehicles, being the ideal solution for all needs related to material handling.
Featured Solution:
*ZALLYS Model M12 Electric Tug
*Move Heavy A-Frames Safer and Faster
*Innovative World-Class Solutions Made in Italy.
*Towing Capacity on Level Ground: 2,200 pounds
*Max Speed Forward / Backward: 3 MPH
*Maximum Slope: 15%

eTug PRO is a new sales division of Japan USA Precision Tools (JUPT) focused on the Zallys product line. California-based JUPT specializes in the highest quality Precision Machines, Accurate Made-to-Order Tooling, Automation Components, Automation Systems and Material Handling Solutions. https://etug.pro

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eTug PRO Division | Japan USA Precision Tools
sales@japanprecision.us
562-883-0310


Source: Japan USA Precison Tools
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