Pedestrian Powered Trucks from ROBUR – Versatile Stackers, Pallet Trucks and Bespoke Handling Solutions

The ROBUR range of powered pallet trucks, stackers, counterbalanced stackers and bespoke material handling trucks illustrate how productivity levels and safety can be increased while handling costs are reduced.

Highlights include the SBC Compact counterbalanced pedestrian stacker with a chassis length of only 940mm, truck width of 850mm and operating aisle from 2150mm making it, we believe, the smallest truck in its class.

We have designed and manufactured a wide range of bespoke specialist handling equipment to target niche applications - including paper reel and roll handlers, carpet reel handlers, tugs, plane handlers, die handlers, tool handlers, four-way trucks, ride-on units, explosion proof/hazardous area stackers and injection mould handling machines.

For further information on the ROBUR standard range, or if you have a bespoke requirement call our expert technical team on 0800 298 2980.

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Our Services


Operating from our modern service centres, our highly skilled engineers are fully competent to repair and maintain all of the leading makes of materials handling equipment.


All our Stanley Handling engineers hold a stock of the most frequently used parts on their vans, which allows the majority of all repairs to be carried out on the first visit.
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Health and Safety

This section of our website looks at some of the ‘Principles of Safe Handling’ and will assist those who are responsible for safe handling practices under increasingly comprehensive and demanding health and safety regulations.


Whether you are one of the 10 million or so people in occupations likely to involve a significant amount of manual handling, or an employer, you need to be aware of EC legislation, the legal obligations and the implications on working practices.

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Dec 1, 2015
Routine maintenance is vital for maximising your handling equipment lifespan and efficiency, it can also highlight any dangerous faults.

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