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AET places Kalmar order

Antwerp Euroterminal (AET) has placed an order for six Kalmar forklifts, including a fully electric model. 

Two forklifts with a lifting capacity of 12 tons (10.9 tonnes); three Kalmar G-generation heavy-duty forklifts; and a Kalmar F-generation heavy-duty forklift, designed for the most challenging, heavy lifting operations, will be delivered during the fourth quarter of 2019. 

AET specialises in handling a variety of cargoes, including breakbulk, containers, vehicles and project cargo. The terminal is already home to a fleet of approximately 20 Kalmar forklifts with lifting capacities ranging from 12-37 tons (10.9-33.6 tonnes)

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