|Company||Bradshaw Electric Vehicles|
Bradshaw Electric Vehicles is Britain’s largest manufacturer of electric vehicles for industry, supplying global markets since 1975.
The Bradshaw product range includes tow tractors, load carriers, utility vehicles, pedestrian-controlled tugs, people movers and specialist transport for Passengers with Reduced Mobility (PRM).
We are proud to provide some of the safest, robust, and most versatile products in this sector. With low noise levels, excellent manoeuvrability and no emissions, our electric vehicles are used both inside and outside of many international Airports.
Our electric vehicles are used in Airports for:
- Baggage collection
- Bulk liquid transport (e.g. water, diesel etc.)
- Luggage movement
- People movement (from 2 to 8 passengers)
- Waste and recycling movement
We supply both ride-on and pedestrian-controlled transport solutions. We also offer a bespoke manufacturing service, at our factory in the UK, and can provide driver training to support the introduction of your vehicles.
To find out more visit Bradshaw Electric Vehicles at inter airport Europe 2017 in Munich – Outdoor Area, Stand D108
From 10th – 13th October 2017, inter airport Europe 2017, the 21st International Exhibition for Airport Equipment, Technology, Design and Services will take place at the Munich Trade Fair Centre in Germany. Renowned as the leading one stop shop event for the entire airport industry, inter airport Europe is the first choice for airport operators when it comes to sourcing the latest airport equipment, technology and services for ground handling, terminal operations, airport IT and airport design. With its international audience of industry professionals from airports, airlines, air cargo carriers and aviation support the exhibition offers suppliers to the airport sector a unique marketing platform.
The last inter airport Europe in 2015, the 20th anniversary edition, was a great success. With a total of 676 exhibitors from 44 countries and a net floor space of 29,870 m², inter airport Europe 2015 could further increase its exhibitor numbers and floor space by 5.5% each compared with the previous event. During the four exhibition days, a total of 12,705 trade visitors from 110 countries came to the Munich Trade Fair Centre to discover the latest trends in the airport industry and specify innovative equipment and systems.