Kalmar Delivers Three All-Electric RTGs

Press Release
Thursday, January 03, 2013

Kalmar, part of Cargotec, has signed a contract with Container Corporation of India ltd (Concor) to supply three Kalmar E-One2 rubber tyred gantry cranes to Concor's Tuglakabad terminal in New Delhi.

 

The order is the first between Concor and Kalmar and it has been booked to Cargotec's 2012 fourth quarter order intake. The cranes will be delivered during the last quarter of 2013.


Concor is a  market leader in India with over 62 inland container deports and container freight stations.  The company was looking for the most technologically advanced and environmentally safe RTGs. "Kalmar's fully electrical RTGs, combined with local support, convinced Concor to choose Kalmar as a supplier. We are proud to have been selected in an open bidding, and established a new customer relationship with such a distinguished player as Concor," says Jonne Hankimaa, Managing Director, Cargotec India.

 
The environmentally friendly, all-electric Kalmar E-One2 RTGs have quickly become the industry's favourite. The Kalmar E-One2 RTGs have grown into a family of products, containing the E-One2 all electric RTG that uses a minimum of energy, the E-One2 Hybrid RTG that allows regenerative energy use, the E-One2 SmartPower RTG with an intelligent power management system. Kalmar E-One2 Zero Emission RTG eliminates all diesel emissions, engine noise and hydraulic oils. 

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