MENOMONEE FALLS, Wis. (October 13, 2020) – Structures and assemblies are becoming larger and more complex. At the same time, schedules are tightening. To remedy this, Enerpac introduces a new method of transport—the Enerpac ETR Electric Trolley.

 Electric trolleys like the ETR provide distinct advantages over traditional methods of transport, such as skidding systems. When it comes to speed, the ETR can travel as fast as 50 m/hour (82 ft/hour) when loaded. To help tackle large structures, the ETR has a capacity of 500kN/50 tonnes per trolley. They also offer continuous movement, power via a self-contained electric drive, wireless radio control, simple forward/reserve operation, and reduced maintenance due to less wear on parts.

The new ETR also has a low starting height, clean operation, and low-profile track plate. Wireless radio control comes standard, while hydraulic lifting and support for more complex structures is optional.

Additional features and benefits include:

  • Extreme side load resistant
  • High capacity per point
  • Mechanically locked
  • Expandable
  • Low cost compared to crane of equal capacity
  • East of transport and set up
  • Versatile

To learn about the full range of new Enerpac products introduced this quarter, visit

About Enerpac
Enerpac is a global market leader in high pressure hydraulic tools, controlled force products, portable machining, on-site services and solutions for precise positioning of heavy loads. As a leading innovator with a 110-year legacy, Enerpac has helped move and maintain some of the largest structures on earth. When safety and precision matters, elite professionals in industries such as aerospace, infrastructure, manufacturing, mining, oil & gas and power generation rely on Enerpac for quality tools, services and solutions. For more information, visit

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