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Konecranes books 22 lift trucks from Kramer

Rotterdam-based Kramer Group recently confirmed a substantial 22-machine order with Konecranes
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Three of the machines were ordered in October 2017 and the rest earlier this year Rotterdam-based container specialist services company, Kramer, will in the new year add 11 ECH mast trucks and 11 reach stackers from Konecranes to its fleet.

The new equipment will join existing fleets at both Kramer Group depots: Kramer City Depot at the Waalhaven/Eemhaven and the Kramer Delta Depot at Maasvlakte.

The machines, SMV 6/7 ECC 100 DS mast trucks and SMV 4531 TC5 reach stackers, have been booked through Peinemann Mobilift Group, Konecranes Lift Trucks' distributor for the Netherlands..

As one of Rotterdam’s premier heavy lift solutions providers, Peinemann will offer Kramer what they brand a “total terminal maintenance concept” complete will full-service and maintenance programmes.

On conclusion of the deal, Ad Kornet of Peinemann said: “We have worked hard to bring Kramer back into the Peinemann fold, and look forward to rewarding their trust with exceptional service, and outstanding equipment quality.”

Tobias Åkesson, Area Sales Manager of Konecranes Lift Trucks, said: “We are very happy and proud that we got this order together with Peinemann. It further strengthens our position in the Rotterdam port area.”

  • Hyvinkää, Finland: Konecranes has reported an order from Halifax, Nova Scotia operator Halterm, an existing customer its RTGs and reach stackers, for three 6 + 1/1 over 5 RTGs, to be equipped with auto-steering and Konecranes' Active Load Control System. The cranes will be delivered next year.
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