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Our comprehensive offering covers the full range of cargo handling applications, and sets the industry benchmark for energy efficiency, reliability and operator comfort. Kalmar equipment provides the best value and the lowest operational lifetime cost in the industry. Read more >>

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We are the industry forerunner in terminal automation, providing a wide range of process and equipment automation solutions. Our goal is to help you improve safety and efficiency in your operations through the seamless integration of terminal processes. Read more >>

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We provide worldwide service and support for all brands of cargo handling equipment in ports, terminals, distribution centres and heavy industry applications. With more than 1,500 service staff in 100 countries, we are always close to you, making sure your business never stops. Read more>>

Tarmac, UK

Kalmar supplies largest construction manufacturer with efficient new fleet.

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DP World London Gateway

Kalmar automation solutions are at the heart of DP World London Gateway. With a final annual capacity of 3.5 million TEU, it focuses on automation to deliver optimum productivity and reduced operational costs.

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Patrick Brisbane, Australia

Automation is a key competitive advantage for Patrick’s container terminal at the Port of Brisbane, Australia.

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Addicks & Kreye, Germany

Addicks & Kreye’s Kalmar DRF450-75S5XS loads and unloads inland waterway vessels at the Windhukstrasse terminal in Bremen. This giant has a 7.5 metre wheelbase and can lift containers weighting up to 45 tons, yet is extremely flexible and efficient. 

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Latest blog posts

Safety at the heart of business

16 March 2017 Antti Kaunonen

Improving occupational safety at container terminals calls for culture change, new technical solutions and industry-wide...

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Building Brand Love with Superior User Experience

7 March 2017 Jari Hämäläinen

We would like to pose a provocative question: Could you make your product or service so great to use that your customers...

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Future of ASC – A look beyond electrification

27 February 2017 Ismo Matinlauri

The interest towards electric powered equipment is increasing – not only because of its environmentally friendly aspects –...

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The container terminal as a buffer

24 January 2017 Frank Kho

In my career, I have met a lot of very capable consultants who commit a fundamental error in how they view a container...

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Transforming the way we work

14 March 2016 Tommi Pettersson

Digitalisation allows us to take big leaps not only in technology, but also in the way we work. The key word is ecosystem. We...

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Back to the future

8 December 2015 Ismo Matinlauri

21 October 2015 was the day Marty McFly and Doc Brown time-travelled to the future in the movie ‘Back to the future’. The...

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How is 3D printing going to impact the container handling business?

11 November 2015 Jari Hämäläinen

3D printing is expected to change manufacturing, consumer behaviour as well as transportation and logistics chains. Are we in...

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Does digitalisation automatically lead to better services?

26 June 2015 Jari Hämäläinen

Container handling equipment has reached the era of automation. On the services side, digitalisation is now the leading theme...

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Virtual environments: What would you like to see – in advance?

29 May 2015 Hannu Santahuhta

Visualisation is a broadband connection to the brain, as someone has wisely stated. Today, simulators and visualisation...

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Sustainable terminal automation

17 March 2015 Ilkka Annala

A conversion to automation is a significant undertaking that requires deep technical expertise as well as a capacity to...

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