Intermodal handling or IH model reach stackers are more conventional machines, while container handling or CH units are designed particularly for container stacking applications up to 3-rows deep and 6-high. These different models allow numerous jobs to be finished.
Reach stackers are designed and engineered to create maximum space utilization within container terminals. Additionally, they offer superior maneuverability, unrestricted stacking capabilities and excellent handling speeds.
This machine is available with standard oil-immersed brakes, a clean running, modern Diesel engine, advanced auto-shift transmission and robust drive-axle. All of these features combine to maintain total dependability and maximum productivity in demanding applications during operation.
Along with the oil-immersed brakes, the engine and transmission protection systems combine to provide standard dependable operation. The operator cabs on these models feature various standard ergonomic features, and excellent container visibility in varying operating situations. The units which have stabilizers and an increased wheelbase offer increased capacity handling. These equipment need strong boom construction and a solid frame to be able to handle the high capacity handling operation. Easy service and an engine shutdown function facilitate service access and minimize service time and cost.
Transport hubs, ports and terminals are just a few of the locations which place heavy demands on container handlers. These areas need machinery that are really efficient and durable. The company knows what it really takes to be able to handle laden and empty containers effectively for stacking, unloading and loading between railcar, terminal and road truck.
Usually, empty container trucks are known to work at a high pace. These machines place rigorous demands on both speed and efficiency. Trucks based on the latest technology can lift and handle containers with the highest speed and stability.