I use a Rubbermaid cart. It has two flat level surfaces (~35"X20"), one large drawer with dividers, a cabinet with locking capability below (flat surface ~35"X20"), and wide handles on either end. It is ~ 34" tall including wheels. Upon examining it, inside the left cabinet door it reads "D95-4094-F1 Rubbermaid Commercial Products, INC". Inside the right cabinet door, it reads "D94-4094-E1", and under the drawer it reads "6199".
I don't know how old it is, as I inherited it. It is a great cart, though! Hope this helps!
At Florida Hospital in Orlando, FL we use the Lionville 800 Series Cart for all of our venous access services, including both peripheral IVs and PICCs. The carts have drawers, a pull out shelf, an IV pole, and a locking system. You may choose a combination of sizes in drawers and dividers. We have been using these carts now for more than five years and like them very much. You can get much more information by going to the Lionville website.