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Safety doesn't compromise productivity. Build your journey towards safety efficiency today.

50 min

What can you practically do to make cargo handling operations safer without compromising on productivity? And how could a simple solution worth 500€ have prevented a cargo handling damage cost of more than 100.000€?

In this webinar our experts will discuss four areas where you can improve safety without sacrificing productivity: Yard, Cargo Handling Equipment, Containers & Cargo and People. 

In order to effectively and proactively address safety issues, we will share concrete examples and case studies how safety improvements related to structural design of the mobile equipment, inspection & monitoring as well as equipment service, maintenance and upgrades could have prevented accidents. Every move counts - no matter how small - to achieve your safety and productivity goals.

 

During this webinar you will learn:

  1. The major safety areas in cargo handling
  2. How to effectively and proactively address safety issues
  3. The value of safety-efficiency
  4. How you can improve safety today

 

To join the webinar, visit the registration page and choose the session that best suits your schedule. 

Sessions will be held at the following times:

28 September 2020

  • 9 am EEST
  • 4 pm EEST

The webinar will last for approximately 50 minutes, including a question and answer session. 

We are looking forward to your attendance and input.

 

 

Your webinar hosts

Mette Kjems Bærentzen
Product Portfolio Manager, Counterbalanced Container Handlers, Kalmar

Mette Kjems Bærentzen is responsible for the development of Kalmar’s portfolio of Reachstackers and Empty Container Handlers.

Mette has worked at Kalmar for three years focusing on a broad scope of development initiatives of counterbalanced container handlers including digitalisation, electrification and automation. She has 20 years of experience in both technical and digital product development as well as 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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Tobias Zink
Terminal Business Sales Manager

Tobias is Sales Manager Terminal Business and has been employed by Kalmar in Hamburg for 3 years. For the past 20 years everything has always revolved around industrial trucks. After completing his apprenticeship as a service technician and further training as a sales representative, Tobias worked for several years as Head of Service at a Hamburg industrial truck manufacturer. With the change to a service provider in the Port of Hamburg, the product portfolio has expanded to include reach stackers and empty container stackers. In 2018, there was then the opportunity to join the Terminal Business area as Sales Manager for Northern, Eastern and Central Germany.

 

Themes in this webinar

Safety