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Kalmar will deliver autonomous equipment, software and services for a Yara digitalised, autonomous, battery-operated container vessel being built to reduce costs and enable zero emissions.
Kalmar plans to make electrically powered versions of all its equipment available by 2021 as part of a commitment to reducing emissions in cargo and material handling operations by fostering eco-efficient technologies.
Kalmar has launched a range of reachstackers, empty container handlers and forklifts designed to offer Asia-Pacific (APAC) customers value-based choice.
Two remote-controlled rail-mounted gantry cranes (RMGs) for intermodal operation will improve efficiency and safety at Noatum Container Terminal Bilbao.
The real impact to terminals from consolidation and shipping alliances is yet to come, but when it does arrive it will be huge.
Jawaharlal Nehru Port Container Terminal (JNPCT) will use Navis’ N4 Terminal Operating System to increase capacity and improve productivity.
Carly Fields learns about ATOM’s mission to improve automation experiences
Cargo handling solutions provider Kalmar has launched a new range of fully-electric forklift trucks in the nine to 18-tonne range.
Three new cranes ordered by Ports of Auckland (POAL) will be able to carry up to four containers at once.
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.
Kalmar is to deliver three Kalmar reachstackers and one empty container handler to increase productivity and improve efficiency at Fiji’s largest port.
Kalmar has cemented its relationship with DPW Australia with the supply of new equipment to increase its performance and reduce emissions.
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.
Port operators cannot justify having their own extensive engineering and development resources in the future, Antti Kaunonen, president of Finland-headquartered Kalmar, has stated.
Kalmar, part of Finland-headquartered Cargotec, has finalised a deal with The Port of Virginia for sixteen hybrid shuttle carriers designed to reduce fuel consumption, emissions and engine noise.
Kalmar is considering futuristic scenarios where a container is more than just a container, it’s an experience that can generate plenty of revenue for logistics players.
Navis has released its N4 3.4 software, the latest version of its flagship terminal system technology.
Kalmar has launched a new video to depict what the sustainable future of cargo handling will look like in 2060.
Kalmar has signed a contract to deliver new ship-to-shore (STS) cranes to Rotterdam Short Sea Terminal (RST) by the end of 2018. The deal includes two wide-span monobox STS cranes, plus the option for two more.
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