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Kalmar Diesel-Electric Straddle Carrier

Kalmar Diesel-Electric Straddle Carriers - excellent fuel efficiency coupled with high performance.

A Kalmar Diesel-Electric Straddle Carrier offers high performance, excellent fuel efficiency, low noise levels and is known for being very reliable. Featuring a diesel-electric drive, this straddle carrier complies with the latest exhaust emission regulations without compromising on power.

 

We also offer other solutions, including Kalmar Electric Straddle Carrier, Kalmar Hybrid Straddle Carrier, Kalmar AutoStrad™ and Kalmar Collision Warning System.

Technical information

Technical info Diesel-electric Straddle Carrier
Stacking height (9'6)
3 or 4
Lifting capacity (kg)
40/50/60 tons
Engine
10,8 l
Power unit
Diesel-electric
Automation ready
Yes
Hoisting system
Electric winch rope
Technical info Diesel-electric Straddle Carrier
Stacking height (9'6)
3 or 4
Engine
10,8 l
Power unit
Diesel-electric
Automation ready
Yes
Hoisting system
Electric winch rope

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Maher Terminals LLC is a leading multi-user container terminal operator running North America’s largest marine container terminal in the Port of New York and New Jersey. Maher Terminals also operates the world's largest straddle carrier fleet comprising over 270 Kalmar machines. The company has recently installed the Kalmar Collision Warning System on 36 of its straddle carriers, with a further 68 machines to follow in 2024 and 2025. The goal is to eventually install the system on all machines in the fleet.

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Collision warning system improves safety of manual straddle carriers

Safety is a key concern for terminal operators, and one of the key areas to address is applications in which heavy container handling equipment must operate in areas with mixed traffic or people. Equipment or cargo damage can lead to costly delays and disrupt operations.

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End of an Era: The Last Kalmar Classic Straddle Carrier Leaves the Factory

Kalmar is delivering its last diesel-powered Classic Straddle Carrier. The model has served as a mainstay at ports and container terminals for decades, but hybrid and diesel-electric machines have now become the standard for terminal operators looking to improve their eco-efficiency.

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