Trolley of moderate size with excellent portability and easy to use, born out of the desire to better satisfy the needs of small shops.
An essential characteristic is the reduced width, suitable for narrower aisles and cashier barriers.
The basket develops vertically to reach a loading capacity of 110 litres, enabling a comfortable shopping even in sales outlets with limited spaces.


Capacity: 110 lt
Width: 500 mm
Height: 960 mm
Depth: 1.035 mm
Nesting: 240 mm
Weight: 12,5 kg



RAL 7043

Baby seat

RAL 7023
RAL 2008
P 375C


RAL 7023
RAL 2008
P 375C


RAL 7043

Customisable in any colour on customer request


€/non € multi-coin lock
Customisation with sticker
Customisation of handle


1. LC Ø 100
2. LC Ø 125
3. LC travelator Ø 125
4. Premium Ø 100
5. Premium Ø 125
6. Premium travelator Ø 125 T.M.
7. LC with brake Ø 100
8. LC with brake Ø 125


1 truck
no. 424 items
1 x 20’ containers
no. 168 items
1 x 40’ containers
no. 368 items

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