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How to become greener with your reachstacker operations today.

Webinar duration: 40 min

Zero-emission equipment is the ultimate goal of cargo handling. In the meantime, there are plenty of steps you can take to optimise your fleet and reduce the fuel consumption and CO2 emissions of your operations right now. In this webinar Kalmar experts will show how to transform your reachstacker operations towards an eco-efficient future - step by step, from how to optimise existing equipment and operations to which new equipment to invest in while waiting for zero-emission equipment availability.

 

Thursday 28 May 2020 

16 PM EEST in English

 

For the best experience, we strongly recommend using a computer for joining the webinar. 

 

Your webinar hosts

 

Peter Olsson
Director, Business Development 

Peter is the Director of Business Development in Kalmar’s Counterbalance Container Handling division. He has worked at Kalmar for close to 25 years, first in R&D in the Forklifts business, followed by various positions in Kalmar Mobile Solutions business, including Product Manager, Area Sales Manager, and National Sales Manager. In addition, Peter has spent 14 years running the North America sales operations. Currently, Peter plays a key role in strategic initiatives related to electrification, digitalisation, and automation. Peter has studied Mechanical Engineering & Business Economics at Växjö University, Sweden.

 

Mette Kjems Bærentzen
Product Portfolio Manager, Counterbalanced Container Handlers

Mette Kjems Bærentzen is responsible for the development of Kalmar’s portfolio of Reachstackers and Empty Container Handlers focusing on a broad scope of initiatives including digitalisation, electrification, and automation. She has 20 years of experience in both technical and digital product and business development. Mette has a Master of Engineering degree (M. Eng) from Technical University of Denmark (DTU) and a Bachelor of International Marketing from Copenhagen Business School.

 

 

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