Manual handling risks within meat processing
From the movement of carcasses within chiller rooms to the transportation of cut joints to packing, operations within meat processing environments can be both repetitive and strenuous for staff – particularly where heavy loads are moved manually.
Manual handling is often relied on within abattoirs and packing facilities, leading to injuries such as musculoskeletal disorders, and lowering productivity.
Eliminate manual handling and maximise productivity
Electric tugs enable a single operator to safely move loads such as processed meat, food eurobins and carcasses along overhead rails.
Eliminating the need for manual handling, electric tugs prevent overexertion and fatigue, boost productivity and maximise workplace safety.
The benefits of electric tugs in meat processing
Whether it’s eliminating manual handling in meat packing processes or reducing the risk of injury in abattoirs, electric tugs help the meat processing industry improve workplace safety and productivity.
Safe, controlled movements
Electric tugs are optimised to maximise traction, making them ideal for use in wet environments like meat processing.
With a single operator able to move the heaviest of loads, electric tugs allow staff to focus on more productive activities.
Keeping people safe
Reducing the risk of injury from manual handling and ensuring the safe movement of loads, electric tugs maximise workplace safety.
Our range of meat processing & manufacturing electric tugs
Up to 2,000 kg
Up to 5,000 kg
Up to 15,000 kg
With the help of the MasterMover team, we found a device that met our requirements – namely very manoeuvrable, even with a heavy load, easy to use and capable of adapting to all terrains such as climbs, bumps and slippery floors.
Your Questions, Answered - FAQs
Yes, stainless steel electric tugs are available. We understand that working in hygienic environments might mean you need an electric tug made from stainless steel.
Our stainless steel range of electric tugs enables a single operator to move loads of up to 15,000kg!
No, electric tugs do not require a license to operate. A license-free operation makes electric tugs an attractive option for businesses looking to streamline the movement of loads and improve safety.
Minimal training is required to safely operate an electric tug and we offer training packages to suit every requirement.
Electric tugs are battery powered, with interchangeable batteries or lithium options available, electric tugs can deliver 24/7 operation to keep your processes moving.
Offering zero emissions from the point of use, electric tugs are ideally suited for indoor use.
A range of coupling options are available across the range that maximise performance, security and safety.
Custom coupling solutions can also be designed for unique applications.
We're here to help
If you’re looking to improve safety, remove the risk of injury and unlock greater operational efficiency, we’re here to help. Speak to our team to discuss your application.