Kalmar medium and heavy forklift trucks selected by leading Italian logistics service provider


Kalmar Medium Diesel Forklift

Kalmar Medium Diesel Forklift
Kalmar Medium Diesel Forklift


Kalmar, part of Cargotec, has received a large order to supply a leading Italian logistics and equipment rental service provider with 13 Kalmar forklift trucks and an option for further four units for use in the most demanding steel-handling applications. The agreement was booked in Cargotec’s Q2 2023 order intake. The machines are scheduled to be delivered during Q1 2024 and Q2 2024.  

The customer is a long-term partner of Kalmar and one of the company’s longest-standing customers in Italy, operating a fleet of Kalmar forklifts of varying models.

Marco Tosi, Country Director, Kalmar Italy: “Our Italian frontline team has built a strong relationship with our local customers, who value highly the excellent reliability that Kalmar equipment is known for, especially in challenging applications like steel handling. We are delighted to be able to support customers with their fleet-renewal programmes going forward.

Further information for the press:

Peter Olsson, Head of Global Sales, Counter Balanced, Kalmar, tel. +46 0722 425581, [email protected]

Maija Eklöf, Vice President, Marketing and Communications, Kalmar, tel. +358 20 777 4096, [email protected]

Kalmar is the global leader in sustainable cargo handling for ports, terminals, distribution centres and heavy industry. With our extensive electric portfolio and global service network, we help our customers move towards safer, more eco-efficient and productive operations. Together, we develop innovative solutions that shape the future of our industry, improving our customers’ every move. www.kalmarglobal.com

Kalmar is part of Cargotec. Cargotec’s (Nasdaq Helsinki: CGCBV) sales in 2022 totalled approximately EUR 4.1 billion and it employs around 11,500 people. www.cargotec.com


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