Leading industrial electric vehicle manufacturer Bradshaw Electric Vehicles is set to exhibit at this year’s RWM Show on stand number LR62.
Bradshaw will be exhibiting their range of versatile electric vehicles at the show, which is due to take place at Birmingham’s NEC between 13th-14th September.
RWM will once again provide participants and visitors alike with a platform to engage in critical discussions, as well as offering an exciting opportunity to explore ground-breaking green technologies, which will be showcased throughout the two-day event.
The show will take centre stage as a part of the Environmental Services & Solutions Expo – which acts as one of Europe’s most prominent events dedicated to the environmental services sector.
Bradshaw’s range of Goupil Electric Utility Vehicles will be on display at the event, along with their T700/T400 and PT-400 tow tractors as well as their road legal bin trailer.
The Goupil vehicles can be equipped with lead acid or lithium batteries and can each be tailored directly to the customer’s requirements – which is furthermore complemented through their newly formed relationship with vehicle conversion and racking specialists, Bott – who fitted out a G2 box van vehicle with their market leading racking systems.
The G2 box van vehicle will be centre stage on the Bradshaw stand where visitors will learn more about how it offers an ideal solution for customers who have multiple sites which are connected by public highway. Available with pick-up, cage and van bodies, the all-electric compact road utility vehicle has been expertly designed to transport payloads of up to 600kg, while retaining a small and compact size for convenience of use.
With an operational range of between 27 to 62 miles the G2 vehicle range has a payload of between 415 to 533kg and 78 to 596kg depending on the chosen model.
This year, Bradshaw will also showcase a Goupil G4 at the show with an innovative offering; a combi pickup with a 200 litre presser washer and demountable hill tip salt spreader provided by Peacocks Salt – further showcasing the versatility of the Goupil range and its many applications and uses. There will also be a G4 cage tipper exhibited on the stand, which comes with all the same features as the pick-up model but with the added feature of a hydraulic tipping body that can be controlled from outside the vehicle.
The G4 road vehicles on offer include pick-ups, vans and waste collectors, all designed to transport people and equipment for a variety of different applications. With an operational range of 68 miles and maximum speed of 31mph, the G4s can be equipped with an array of body types to cater to the customer’s specific requirements, and feature a safe and secure cabin as well as both left and right hand drive options.
With ten different variations to choose from, the G4’s greater payload offers an ideal electric vehicle for many stop-start and last mile applications and is ideally suited to operate within low-emission zones, while still delivering optimal performance and low vehicle operating costs.
Bradshaw’s T700, which is expertly designed for exceptional manoeuvrability, will also be on show at the event. The three-wheel tow tractor provides users with a seven-tonne tow capacity as well as a 200kg payload while still seamlessly delivering consistent performance for daily operators over medium distances.
Launching at RWM is the T400 four-tonne tow tractor. With AC drive, hydraulic steering and four wheels the T400 delivers stability and manoeuvrability for daily operations over short to medium distances. Available with or without cab the T400 is ideal for all waste collection – both indoors and outdoors.
Also on Bradshaw’s stand at RWM will be the electric vehicle manufacturer’s popular PT400, which offers a 500kg payload and can maintain complete control up and down slopes eliminating any need for manual handling, keeping operators safe, and maximising productivity. The PT400 is also designed to effortlessly tow loads of up to 4,000kg.
The company’s tow tractors and trailers can help play a pivotal role in waste management operations and refuse collection, especially when towing 1100-litre road legal wheelie bins – which attendees will also be able to see first-hand on Bradshaw’s stand.
Ramsy Labassi, Marketing Manager at Bradshaw Electric Vehicles commented, “We are very excited to be exhibiting at the upcoming RWM EXPO next month, where we will be proudly showcasing our versatile G2 and G4 Goupil vehicles, range of tow tractors as well as our bin trailer.”
“With many organisations, businesses and local authorities placing greater emphasis on environmental sustainability, electric utility vehicles such as those being showcased at the event offer operators with the prospect of not only vastly improving their environmental footprint, but also enhancing their operational performance and lowering their vehicle operating costs as well.”
“As with all of our vehicles, each can be tailored to the customer’s individual requirements relative to their usage.”
“We are looking forward to showcasing our diverse range of vehicles on our stand as well as demonstrating Bradshaw’s value-added and bespoke offering to visitors at RWM – especially in line with the show’s aim of showcasing how businesses, such as Bradshaw, are driving positive environmental change through sustainable resource management.”