Kalmar Forklift Trucks History
Today Kalmar Industries is the world leader in heavy lift and reach trucks with nearly 3,300 employees. The main consumers of Kalmar products are ports and terminals, heavy industry enterprises. But ports and terminals account for about 2/3 of the company's total volume of orders.
Kalmar factories are located in the USA, Sweden, Finland and the Netherlands and produce high quality handling equipment.
Kalmar equipment can operate in the harshest working and weather conditions.
Professional service mechanics, who are constantly improving their skills, will help ensure the smooth operation of this equipment for its entire service life.
Multifunctional loaders for all occasions
Kalmar products are represented by a wide range of machines for absolutely any task.
Forklifts with a lifting capacity of 5 to 52 tons are designed for use in metallurgical, mining and engineering enterprises, as well as in terminals and ports, the production of building materials and other industries. This technique is represented by many modifications, allowing you to choose the model that best suits the tasks.
Reach trucks with a lifting capacity of up to 45 tons are loaders that are designed to handle containers in an industrial environment. Kalmar reach stackers are widely used in ports and terminals all over the world due to their versatility, high speed and reliability. They are used in intermodal operations, because they are able to provide access immediately to 2m railway tracks from one side. Long wheelbase reachstackers can be used to load containers directly onto barges.
Loaders handling empty containers with a lifting capacity of about 7-10 tons allow you to efficiently handle a huge number of containers in a short time.
Container trucks are vehicles designed for the transportation of containers in large terminals and ports, the turnover of which ranges from 100 thousand to 4 million containers per year.
Ship-to-Shore cranes are equipment for unloading cargo ships.
RTG gantry cranes are used in large container terminals for loading containers into taller and wider stacks than other systems. These machines allow you not to create separate areas for traffic intersections.