What does going electric mean for your forklift operations?

Our experts have calculated the benefits you can experience in reducing emissions and total cost of ownership without compromising performance. For example, depending on the size of your fleet, you would be able to go from producing as much emissions as 270 passenger cars, down to the equivalent of 8 passenger cars.

We have created a video series to answer all your questions and to put the electric forklift to the test with real-life challenges. Watch the videos, get ready to race and order a test drive!

Going electric with your forklift operations
Electric Forklift vs Diesel Forklift.
It's race day – time to see how the electric forklift compares to its diesel-powered counterpart in real-life challenges.
Financial impact.
Does going electric make economic sense? This is where total cost of ownership comes to play. Learn more from David Pilten, Business Development Manager at Kalmar Forklift trucks.
Requirements of different segments.
We know that different industries have different requirements and guarantee our electric forklifts get the job done. That’s why we want to invite you for a test drive!
Environmental impact.
What does going electric mean in terms of emissions and sustainability? It means you win twice with drastically reduced emissions and running costs. Learn more from Martin Hall, Country Director at Kalmar Sweden.
Charging and batteries.
What’s the difference between Lead-acid and Li-ion batteries? Are they easy to charge? Join Alina Reinhold and Martin Håkansson and learn more.
Operating time.
Can electric forklift manage the same shifts as a diesel-powered machine? There is a simple answer to that question.