Bremco manufactures quality, fully welded warehouse and factory trolleys including:
All our products are designed and manufactured in our Australian workshop and meet Australian standard AS3990 (mechanical steel work).
We also have a range of optional extras including clip board attachments, braking castors, pneumatics, and stainless steel or aluminum construction.
All Bremco warehouse products have a heavy duty design and construction and quality powder coated finish, and we offer competitive prices and a money back guarantee on all our products.
We can also custom manufacture to your requirements. Read more about the Custom Mail Trolleys we designed and manufactured for Australia Post.
Contact our friendly Bremco team today to find out more or place an order.
How to push a trolley safely?
Where possible push a trolley rather than pull it, Keep your elbows close to your body and your back straight, Don’t bend over at the waist, Keep your entire body facing in the same direction, Brace your abdominals to protect your lower back.
How to use a trolley?
Ensure the load is safely placed on the trolley, Secure the load to the trolley if it is unstable or likely to shift, Never overload your trolley, Do not use the trolley on slopes or soft ground, Be aware of other people and potential obstacles in the working area, Push to the trolley forward rather than pull it backwards, Use your leg muscles and body momentum to commence trolley movement.
What are trolleys?
A trolley is a small vehicle on wheels that is designed to carry things and be pushed by people. There are many types of trolley including shopping trolleys, tea trolleys, and warehouse trolleys. Warehouse trolleys are designed to easily move goods around a factory, warehouse or shop floor.