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Kalmar's supplies 16 tractors to Container Terminal Saint-Petersburg

KALMAR, part of Cargotec, has won a contract to supply 16 terminal tractors to long-standing customer Container Terminal Saint-Petersburg (CTSP) in Russia, with delivery of the machines due to take place during the third quarter

Kalmar's supplies 16 tractors to Container Terminal Saint-Petersburg

KALMAR, part of Cargotec, has won a contract to supply 16 terminal tractors to long-standing customer Container Terminal Saint-Petersburg (CTSP) in Russia, with delivery of the machines due to take place during the third quarter

05 April 2019 - 19:00

KALMAR, part of Cargotec, has won a contract to supply 16 terminal tractors to long-standing customer Container Terminal Saint-Petersburg (CTSP) in Russia, with delivery of the machines due to take place during the third quarter.

CTSP specialises in handling all types of containerised cargo at its modern facilities that include an automated control system that enables high-speed container handling on ship, road and rail transport alike.



The terminal has seen significant growth in demand in recent years, with a 12 per cent increase in throughput in 2018 compared to the previous year. CTSP already operates a fleet of 50 Kalmar machines, including terminal tractors, reachstackers, forklifts and empty container handlers.



The i-model terminal tractors ordered offer robust 'reliability and excellent performance' when moving heavy loads in harsh port conditions, according to the equipment manufacturer. They are used by customers worldwide in a variety of different applications, including ro/ro, container and industrial handling operations.



Managing director CTSP Alexander Scherbinin said: 'Due to its high manoeuvrability, ease of operation and ergonomic cabin, Kalmar equipment allows to keep the handling of containers at a high level. Throughout the existence of the terminal, Kalmar equipment has proven itself from the best side. It is a reliable, easy-to-maintain equipment.'


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