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Electric platform truck

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Electric platform truck

Electrical truck, built by SEA (Svensk Elektrobil AB) in 1943. The truck can go about 45–50 km (28–31 mi) on one charge, at a maximum speed of 30 km/h (19 mph).

Electric platform trucks are electric powered trucks with a large flat surface for holding objects to be transported. Some are also called warehouse utility vehicles, electric trolley carts, or powered platform truck vehicles.[1] Electric tugs can be combined with nonpowered carts or hand trucks to achieve the same result.

A milk float is a specialised version of an electric platform truck specifically designed for the delivery of fresh milk, common in the United Kingdom.

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  1. ^ Yemen Yoyo. "Mgkscot". Mgkscot. Retrieved 2010-11-27. 
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