Cargotec company Kalmar has signed a deal with Malaysian equipment business Trac-Wheels to supply ten Kalmar TL2 terminal tractor units on lease to Trac-Wheels at its Miri Port and Tanjung Manis Port terminals in the east of the country.
Kalmar has signed a three-year contract for the maintenance and repair of up to 700 pieces of PSA Corporation equipment.
Kalmar is helping the STRADegy pilot project at EUROGATE's Container Terminal Wilhelmshaven move into its next stage, with the cargo handling solutions business having won the tender to supply the automated straddle carrier system to the facility.
Regardless of how advanced automation becomes, we will still need people at terminals in the coming years.
Kalmar has made a deal to provide 12 classic straddle carriers to Global Ports' OJSC Sea Port of Saint Petersburg (JSC) First Container Terminal (FCT) in Russia.
Cargo handling solutions provider Kalmar has launched a new range of fully-electric forklift trucks in the nine to 18-tonne range.
A shared terminal automation ecosystem will provide more scope for development and the ability to deliver affordable automation.
Cargo handling solutions and services provider Kalmar is set to further its relationship with Mediterranean Shipping Company (MSC) after the shipping line placed a new order for container-handling equipment.
Equipment provider Kalmar has launched an initiative driving the terminal industry's first automation platform with open interfaces.
Equipment company Kalmar has launched its new Rail Mounted Gantry crane (RMG), an automation-ready product that can be adapted to customer-specific requirements.
Kalmar and Navis have delivered the first Kalmar OneTerminal automation solution to Victoria International Container Terminal (VICT) at the Port of Melbourne in Australia.
Kalmar and DP World London Gateway are set to jointly undertake a pilot of the port industry's first fast-charging shuttle carrier solution at DP World London Gateway in the UK.
Kalmar has been putting virtual reality (VR) and 3D technology to use to improve safety solutions for global terminals.
Kalmar’s Antti Kaunonen explains to Carly Fields why we need automation standards
With port machines getting ever-more intelligent, traditional hardware manufacturers, such as Kalmar, now find themselves straddling the hard and software line.
Kalmar has signed a contract with Ports America Chesapeake LLC for the delivery of six Rubber Tyred Gantry (RTG) cranes.
Kalmar has launched a new range of “value based” forklifts which it says don't compromise on build quality, availability or safety.
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