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tugger

[′təg·ər]
(mining engineering)
A small portable pneumatic or electric hoist mounted on a column and used in a mine.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Ryan Brown, president of Topper Industrial added, "Topper is proud to have a strong counterpart in automation that has 20 years of experience developing advanced technologies and has brought vast improvements to tuggers and the automatic guided vehicle (AGV) market."
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This base part standardization enables virtually unlimited customization possibilities, as well as fast execution of different designs, such as tugger carts, flow rack, flat and extendable shelf carts, mother-daughter carts, kit carts, pallet and tote trolleys, mobile material presentation racks, and carts for hanging flexible items such as tubing.
A single-direction, 1-ton drive tugger automatic guided vehicle can move production parts and supplies from warehouse to assembly area and transport of finished goods back from assembly to warehouse.