Kalmar, part of Cargotec, offers the entire range of products for port and marine logistics. We supply quay cranes, RTGC, ASC, straddle carriers, shuttle carriers, reach stackers, empty container handlers, forklifts, terminal tractors and automatic stacking cranes.We also provide handling solutions to heavy industries and rental segment customers
We have recently signed a Letter of Intent (LoI) with IndiaÂ´s largest Container Terminal Jawaharlal Nehru Port Trust. This announcement was made at a formal event presided by Mr Nitin Gadkari, Union Minister of Road Transport, Highways and Shipping in the presence of Mr Anil Desai, Member of Rajya Sabha in Mumbai.
India plans to more than double its port capacity to 3,200 million tonne at an investment of Rs 2.87 trillion by 2020, drivin the demand for more port handling equipment. Sudheer Vathiyath trains through the prevailing trends in port equipment market.
According to a press release of the Chennai International Terminals (CITPL), the terminal caters to five mainline services to East Asia, two Colombo services and two coastal services. The release further said that the terminal has a total of seven quay (all twin lifts) and 18 rubber-tyred gantry cranes, which have more than doubled the handling capacity of the terminal
Kollam cargo port urgently requires infrastructure like cranes for handling containers cargoes from vessels. Recently, a multi purpose 1,600 DWT container vessel, MV Karuthal , arrived at the port as part of a trial run calling at various small ports of the state. The captain of the ship Zaw Win Thein said that the port appeared very calm and looked ideal for receiving ships