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Kalmar DRG420-450 Gloria reachstacker

Our new reachstacker is the result of all the years of experience we’ve gathered ever since we pioneered the world’s first commercial reachstacker. Now we’ve taken it a step further, increasing efficiency and reducing downtime. Because the most important thing we’ve learned through all these years is that it all comes down to one thing: keeping your business on the move, no matter what. 

We call her Gloria

The Generation G reachstacker is the outcome of more than a decade of advances in operating efficiency. Through extensive testing with operators, maintenance personnel, production and terminal managers round the world, we were determined to improve every detail to better meet the needs of today’s cargo handlers.

All over our new reachstacker you’ll find improvements that increase operator efficiency – not least in the cabin. With its panoramic view, intuitive interfaces, proactive monitoring and a comfortable seat designed for long shifts and demanding operations, it brings out the very best of every operator. Learn more about how our new reachstacker can keep your business on the move.

Technical info Kalmar DRG420–450S
Lifting capacity (kg)
42000–45000
Load centre (mm)
1865–3815
Wheel base (mm)
6000–7500
Engine
Volvo, Cummins
Transmission
ZF, Dana
Cab options
EGO
Stacking height (9'6)
6
Technical info Kalmar DRG420–450S
Engine
Volvo, Cummins
Transmission
ZF, Dana
Cab options
EGO
Stacking height (9'6)
6

Stockholms Hamnar (Port of Stockholm)

Ports of Stockholm, one of the top five container terminals in Sweden, wanted an upgraded fleet, a better work environment for drivers, and improved fuel consumption. They got all that – and more.

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Tadarsa Logistics, Spain

Kalmar delivered two Super Gloria reachstackers capable of lifting a record weight of 130 tonnes. The previous world lift record was set by Kalmar in Sweden in 2014, when a reachstacker lifted 103 tonnes. Tadarsa’s two Super Glorias, however, have now extended the lifting capacity further than any previous reachstacker built for industrial application.

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Egon Evertz KG, Germany

Kalmar custom-built the world’s biggest reachstacker for German company Egon Evertz KG’s specialist steel slab handling needs.

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Roland, Germany

To ensure the uninterrupted loading and unloading of block trains from Germany and Italy – up to 400 containers per day – Roland Umschlag depends on a large fleet of Kalmar equipment.

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