The dimensions of the new product are based on the Danish standard, but the company has tried to deal with a number of perceived flaws in the Danish system. It has replaced wood with recycled plastics and the design is intended to look better for displaying plants.
It also provides services including access to web-based asset management system Avalanche POOL-IT, which it claimed could help to reduce costs.
The product made its first exhibition appearance at last week's Glee in Birmingham and will go into production next year.
PCT sales manager Erwin Verbraeken said: "A lot of people were interested at Glee, saying that they haven't had the choice of different products until now and had to opt for the Container Centralen trolleys."
He added: "People are interested in the alternative materials we have used. We are now in discussions with the supply chain on how to introduce this."