Do You have Technibilt 3439 or 3430 Shopping Carts?
Yes, we do. However, the original design can only fit 280pcs in a 40′ HQ container, which will be a waste, considering the high cost of sea freight and inland fees now. RedSheep has some new version carts, which have the same volume, but we can load 440pcs into the container, which means we can save 57.1% of sea freight, inland cost, and other costs for you!
Why Choose RedSheep as Your Shopping Cart Supplier?
Is RedSheep Technibilt Shopping Cart Safe?
Yes, RedSheep shopping carts are strictly according to ASTM and ISO regulations, including small shopping cart parts like cartwheels, coin locks, baby seats, seat belts, plastic bumpers, protectors, etc.
How Do You Control Your Technibilt Shopping Carts Quality?
We have two inspectors for each order, one to do the final inspection on the finished goods at a 100% inspection rate, and another to check it randomly during mass production and the finished shopping carts.
Can I Customize The Logo on The Handle And Baby Seat?
Sure, we encourage our customers to customize the shopping cart and the parts to make your carts special, and that will match your store’s theme to make customers impressive. We believe it’s a “Help you to help me” service, if you like our service, we will both make more sales. We have several American standard warning information templates for your choice.
Which Color Is More Popular in the US Market And Can I Customize The Color of My Technibilt Shopping Carts?
Granite Gray. We have four regular options of this color for the US market. And yes, you can customize your shopping cart color by sending us a color sample or even sending us a picture of what you want, then sit back and see it done!
Can I Make The Technibilt Shopping Cart Plastic Parts Color Special？
You Bet！ You can customize the color by telling us a Pantone color you want, which you can find on www.pantone-colours.com or google.
How Many Could Technibilt Shopping Carts Fit into A 40’HQ Container？
350pcs shopping carts will fit into a 40’HQ container perfectly, with 2 layers of shopping carts vertically loaded and the third low horizontal. RedSheep has adjusted the size a little to make it fit more into the container compared to the original design.