In today’s world, businesses need to actively find ways to reduce their CO2 emissions and going electric is one of the best ways to cut your carbon footprint and help prepare your business for a low carbon future.
We believe the time is now to go electric, which is why we have a full portfolio of electric powered equipment, including reachstackers. We understand that this change is new to many of you which is why we have created a Shifting to electric? your questions answered” webinar.
Your hosts for this webinar, Mette and Tobias, will share their insights on what you need to take into consideration when shifting to an electrically powered reachstacker based on the questions they are most commonly asked by customers.
Watch the on-demand webinar by filling the form on this page. The webinar will last for approximately 25 minutes,
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Mette Kjems Baerentzen, Product Portfolio Manager, Counterbalanced Container Handlers, Kalmar
Mette Kjems Bærentzen is responsible for the development of Kalmar’s portfolio of Reachstackers and Empty Container Handlers.
Mette has worked at Kalmar for five years focusing on a broad scope of development initiatives of counterbalanced container handlers including digitalisation, electrification and automation. She has 20 years of experience in both technical and digital product development as well as business development.
Mette has a Master of Engineering degree (M. Eng) from Technical University of Denmark (DTU) and a Bachelor of International Marketing from Copenhagen Business School.
Tobias Zink, Sales Manager, Kalmar Germany
Tobias is Sales Manager for Germany and has been employed by Kalmar in Hamburg since 2018. For the previous 20 years of his career Tobias’s focus was logistics, specialising in heavy trucks. After completing his apprenticeship as a service technician and further training as a sales representative,
Tobias worked for several years as Head of Service at a Hamburg industrial truck manufacturer. With the change to a service provider within the Port of Hamburg, his experience had expanded to include reachstackers and empty container handling equipment. In 2018, there was then the opportunity to join the team as Kalmar Sales Manager for Northern, Eastern and Central Germany which he readily took.