Indonesia’s Cikarang Dry Port has purchased a Kalmar Eco reachstacker.
Launched last year, the Eco reachstacker is designed to provide lower fuel consumption and emissions without compromising performance. It can handle up to 45 tonnes, stack up to six containers high and up to four rows deep, and will be delivered later this month.
Managing director of terminal operator PT. Cikarang Inland Port Benny Woenardi said: “We are pleased with our purchase of the Kalmar Eco Reachstacker. We are excited by the reduced fuel consumption promised in daily operation. Other than cost, it is also better for our working environment. We believe the combined effect would be beneficial for our business and environment. And it is also in line with our mission for green operations.”
Kalmar south and south east Asia interim vice president Elvina Chua added: “This order is a continuation of our long term relationship with Cikarang Dry Port in helping them achieve their business goals. We want to thank Cikarang Dry Port for choosing Kalmar as it is our honour to continue supporting them in their efforts to cut emissions and contribute to a sustainable future. We will continue providing the best to our customers and the environment in the region.”