eTug LLC today announced that GAT Airline Ground Support headquartered in Mobile, AL have purchased eTugs for several California operations. With fuel prices rising fast and California's mandatory requirements to reduce emissions on the horizon, GAT decided to act now. GAT expects the eTug to perform well and directly address these issues.
GAT clients also appreciate the efforts made by GAT to remove older gasoline tugs from the ramp.
The eTug presents many new ideas in electric tugs but mainly it's the rear inching switch (included in the price) and the convenience of charging with a 110v plug that really makes the eTug a convenient easy choice for replacing gasoline tugs.
eTug LLC today announced that Airport Terminal Services (ATS) headquartered in St. Louis have agreed to test the new "eTug" in St. Louis for a 30 day trial.
eTug LLC today announced that Integrated Airline Services (IAS), headquartered in Denver, has received an eTug in San Diego for testing purposes.