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Solutions for logistics and distribution.

Because time is money

The distribution market is in transition and is moving towards more eco-efficient and automated systems, driven by tightening legislation and more demanding efficiency requirements. At the same time, logistics operators need to ensure fast, reliable and safe delivery of goods to their customers, making uptime and fast turnaround times crucial factors for their business – all while keeping operating costs as low as possible.

Through close co-operation, we support you by helping you to maintain the demanding duty cycles that are required at your operations, using our extensive experience, in-depth technological expertise and innovative R&D.

Our terminal tractor solutions for distribution applications are designed to enable fast turnaround times and low operating costs. These reliable, proven machines combine excellent manoeuvrability, a cab that provides a safe and comfortable working environment for drivers, easily accessible service points and world-class reliability to create a solution that delivers superior safety, visibility and working comfort.

 

Jempsons, UK

Leading haulage firm John Jempson & Son Ltd (Jempsons) helps to continually boost its customers’ handling efficiency, providing safe and efficient distribution tractors to enhance ongoing performance.

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BMW logistics centre, Germany

Delivering vital car parts to their destination according to schedule demands accurate timing and perfect coordination. BMW’s logistics centre relies on Kalmar reachstackers and terminal tractors to keep things running like clockwork.

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New T2E electric terminal tractor delivers on Kalmar’s environmental promise

It’s a vision of the future coming to a container port or distribution warehouse near you. In fact, Kalmar’s totally electric Ottawa T2E terminal tractor is already in active service in the United States. Its international cousin, the Kalmar T2E, is expected to go on sale in Europe in 2020, followed soon after by Southeast Asia.

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