New machines in the Kalmar G-Series introduced

New machines in the Kalmar G-Series introduced

NTP Forklifts Australia has introduced the new Kalmar empty container handler, the DCG80-100, claimed to be increasing safety, productivity and comfort for operators with the Kalmar EGO cab and the new cab access steps and platform.

Empty container yards can now choose between single pick and twin pick variations across 8, 9 and 10 tonne capacity with the new DCG80-100, creating a machine that can meet specific operational requirements. The DCG80-100 offers options across drivelines, lifting heights, spreaders and cabin options, providing more choice than ever before.

Kalmar has also added to the DCG 180 – 700 Forklift range a machine with a lifting capacity of 60 to 70 tonnes.

These machines feature the Smartfleet monitoring system, a system that provides real-time data downloaded from Kalmar machines in operation, providing yard owners with insight to machine use and performance using datasets tailored to meet the operational requirements of each business. Included in thesedata sets is a GPS to highlight machine impacts, idling and overloads as well as extended idling periods during nightshift operations.

The two machines join the G-Generation, which includes the Kalmar DRG 420 – 450 K-Motion Reachstacker.

 

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