Hyster will address fuel efficient handling and its benefits in ports at GreenPort Congress.
Empty container handling trucks are lowering fuel consumption and emissions at a European carbon neutral container terminal.
A project to electrify container handler trucks and 11t high capacity empty container handlers is underway at Hyster.
Hyster says it’s poised to take the next giant leap forward in port equipment as it begins testing high capacity lift trucks with electric motors.
Following the successful introduction of two new Hyster empty container handlers at the Port of Antwerp, port and logistics expert, Zuidnatie, has just invested in seven new low emission Hyster forklift trucks for its operations.
Global equipment manufacturer, Hyster, part of NACCO Materials Handling Group (NMHG), has extended its ‘profitable low emissions’ approach to its new range of 8 to 16 tonnes lift capacity forklift trucks.
Netherland’s based NACCO Materials handling group has won a Dutch environmental award for its efforts towards sustainability.
Equipment specialist Hyster has launched a range of Stage IV/Tier 4 final (T4f) compliant trucks for the port and terminal industry.
Ports and terminals can reduce container handling and reachstacker fuel consumption by up to 25% just by choosing the right equipment, says Hyster.
Five Hyster empty container handlers are helping Rotterdam Shortsea Terminals (RST) to load and unload ships more quickly and efficiently, saving the operator both time and money.
The Port of Los Angeles (POLA) is reducing emissions with Hyster’s container handlers with Tier 4 Final engines – the first of the latest series to be delivered.
Hyster is expanding its range of indoor handling applications with a new “super tough powered” pallet track that is said to help save energy and reduce noise.
Hyster has upgraded its ‘green’ ReachStacker series to help ports and terminal experiencing increased container throughput further reduce costs and emissions.
Hyster has introduced a new 5 to 8 high empty container handler, said to reduce fuel consumption by 25% compared to previous models and others in the industry.
Packing Center Hamburg (PCH) now uses the latest generation of Hyster® RS46-36CH ReachStackers, which meet the Stage IV/Tier 4 final emission standards, to transport containers on its premises in the Port of Hamburg.
A new way of handling wind farm components using specially adapted reachstackers has been realised at the Port of Mostyn in North Wales.
Hyster has updated its Fortens range of LPG forklifts with a new engine, which it says offers higher performance, maximum fuel efficiency, low noise and low vibration.
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