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Terminal Tractors.

Designing the right solution for your business since 1958.

 

Kalmar is the world’s leading manufacturer of terminal tractors, delivering more than 70,000 units since the very first terminal tractor was built in 1958. We now have a wide range of terminal tractors specifically designed to be used in ports and terminals, warehouse and distribution, industrial and intermodal applications.

Ottawa T2E Electric Terminal Tractor

Ottawa Electric Terminal Tractor

Our Electric Terminal Tractors are clean, green and highly efficient. They produce less noise, fumes and emissions, making them safer and healthier for your drivers to operate.

TR618i, TRL618i & TT618i

TR618i, TRL618i & TT618i

Kalmar has made its pioneering i-model terminal tractors even better, with improvements to lifetime durability and operator comfort. The end result is robust reliability and excellent performance when moving heavy loads in harsh port conditions.

Distribution handling

Distribution handling

Kalmar’s distribution tractors are designed to operate effectively and efficiently in terminal surroundings. They feature fast turnaround times, low operating costs, excellent maneuverability, unique comfort, easily accessible service points, and reliability.

Container handling

Container handling

With the pace of terminal and intermodal operations continuously accelerating, purpose-built equipment for container-moving is essential. The robust Kalmar terminal tractor features high-quality design and components to guarantee maximum uptime and keep your operations on the move.

RoRo handling

RoRo handling

The more quickly you can roll on and off trailers, the shorter ship turnarounds are – a fact that has a great impact on your bottom line. Kalmar manufactures the world's most popular RoRo tractor. Its strength and high-quality design and components guarantee maximum uptime and keep your operations on the move.

Industrial handling

Industrial handling

Kalmar's robust, purpose-built tractors help you efficiently to transfer materials rapidly and reliably to the next stage of the production or supply chain.