Warehouse Trailers (TT) from BHS offer bulk transportation of materials across floors and ramps, and hitch to one another to create high-volume material-handling trains. They are a crucial component of a pick-to-cart strategy, in which order pickers fill trailers to capacity, and tuggers travel in waves to collect items in batches. These industrial carts are ideal for order-picking applications, as a supplement or even a replacement for lift trucks. Manufacturing facilities also use Warehouse Trailers to move materials from one point in the production line to the next. Rather than carrying a single load at a time, as forklifts do, trains of Warehouse Trailers allow a tugger operator to transport multiple loads in a single trip.
Heavy-duty steel construction with a durable powder-coat finish make Warehouse Trailers suitable for harsh industrial environments. Custom designs are available for specific applications. Call BHS at 1.800.BHS.9500 to learn more about Warehouse Trailers, or to find your local dealer.
Ergonomic and maneuverable for manual- or tugger-pull operation.
Improved tracking fidelity with all-wheel steering.
Versatile material handling carts for tugger trains or manual use.
Building Logistics Trains with Industrial Warehouse Trailers
Logistics trains consisting of electric tuggers and a train of Warehouse Trailers are the ideal material handling system for a wide variety of applications. They allow for pick-to-cart strategies in distribution centers and in-plant milk-run logistics for manufacturers. Any application that needs to get goods from here — a source point — to there — a use point — and back again can benefit from heavy-duty steel Warehouse Trailers from BHS.
Single Warehouse Trailers also improve material handling efficiency in manual-pull scenarios. A single employee can navigate Center Steer Warehouse Trailers easily through the facility, even when fully loaded. Every model of Warehouse Trailer from BHS can be customized or even engineered and manufactured from scratch to meet your specifications.
Choosing Warehouse Trailers for Specific Applications
All BHS Warehouse Trailers are built for industrial settings, with steel construction and a durable powder coating. Casters are designed to roll smoothly over superflat warehouse floors or rough terrain, depending on the model. The main difference between the two stock models of BHS Warehouse Trailers can be found in the steering assemblies; two different steering mechanisms are available, and each provides its own set of benefits for unique applications.
- Center Steer models include wheels at each corner of the frame, with a single, larger steer-wheel at the midpoint of the deck. The central wheel allows users to pivot the unit in place for unmatched maneuverability. This model operates best on smooth interior floors, and provides ergonomic benefits for hand-pull applications.
- Quad Steer Warehouse Trailers are the most maneuverable models available for picking trains and milk-run systems. Both axles steer in tandem to improve the turning radius along the entire train, with precise tracking fidelity. At the same time, these models operate on rough surfaces and slopes.
All Warehouse Trailers from BHS come stock with universal tow bars and hitches for simple connection and disconnection to tuggers and one another. They are compatible with all major brands of tuggers, and feature high load capacities.
As an original equipment manufacturer, BHS can design and construct Warehouse Trailers to meet any specifications. Call the BHS sales team at 1.800.BHS.9500 to find out more about Warehouse Trailers and other material handling solutions in your industry.