New range of light forklifts from Kalmar

New range of light forklifts from Kalmar

Kalmar, part of Cargotec, is launching a new range of diesel forklifts. The Kalmar DCG50-90 range, comprising seven models, has been updated and claimed to provide better uptime, productivity and savings.

Kalmar says its light forklifts have a strong worldwide reputation for performance and adaptability, with 87% of existing customers saying they would repurchase. All models in the new range feature the EGO cabin for 3600 visibility as well as an optional reversing camera for a clearer rear view. Along with climate control, ergonomic features make the EGO cabin a safe and comfortable working environment that can be customised to each driver’s needs.

The new forklifts also have an optimised drive train, hydraulic system, and electrical system that improve productivity by 10% compared to the previous generation – meaning operators will be able to perform on average 100 more lifts per week. Compatibility with Kalmar SmartFleet, an equipment monitoring and optimisation tool that makes it easy to analyse performance data, helps to further improve efficiency and productivity.

To help customers save costs and meet their environmental targets, the DCG50-90 range uses AGCO 44AWF Stage 4 engines to reduce fuel consumption by 15% and NOx emissions by 89% when compared to Stage 3 engines. The forklifts are available with five- to nine-ton capacity.

 

 

 

You may also like to read:


Comments are closed.

Newsletter

Sign up with your business email address to keep up with the latest industry news from T&L. Newsletter sent every week.

Most Read

6MW solar system to cut airport’s energy needs
Brisbane Airport Corporation (BAC) is investing in a major r...
Personal use fatigue exemption mooted
The National Heavy Vehicle Regulator (NHVR) has started cons...
What did the Pallet Survey discover?
The Australian Pallet Survey 2017 was conducted in May-June ...
What makes a supply chain tops in APAC?
This year marks the 13th anniversary of the Gartner Supply C...
Melbourne container terminal goes fully automatic
Kalmar and its Navis subsidiary have delivered the first One...

Supported By