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SNP selects Kalmar TL2 tractor for Vietnam’s Cat Lai Terminal

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Kalmar, part of Cargotec, has signed an agreement to supply Saigon Newport Corp (SNP) with 25 units of the Kalmar Essential Terminal Tractor TL2.

The order, which was concluded through Kalmar’s local dealer Unico Vina JSC, was booked in Cargotec’s 2Q20 order intake, with delivery scheduled for the end of 2020.

Since its establishment in 1989, SNP has grown to become Vietnam’s largest container terminal operator. The company provides a variety of services including cargo handling, logistics, salvage, piloting, and multi-modal transportation. The import-export container throughput of SNP today accounts for more than 90% of the market share in the Saigon Ho Chi Minh City area and nearly 50% nationwide. SNP’s cargo-handling fleet includes a variety of Kalmar equipment, including RTGs, reachstackers, and empty container handlers. The new terminal tractors will replace part of SNP’s existing terminal tractor fleet at the Cat Lai Terminal.

Built on a tested and proven platform, the TL2 is built to last, with a highly stable bolted chassis design to enable easier and more efficient maintenance. Smart programming combined with a highly efficient driveline can reduce fuel consumption by up to 15%, while the Essential cabin ensures drivers remain comfortable and in control regardless of the task at hand.

Nguyen Duc Giang, Director, Unico Vina JSC: “Kalmar equipment is at the heart of SNP’s container-handling equipment fleet and has delivered reliable performance for the customer for over two decades. We are very pleased to have concluded this agreement and are looking forward to continuing to support them in achieving their business ambitions and further enhancing strategic business partnership.”

Nelson Tay, Head of Solution Sales, South & Southeast Asia Market Area, Kalmar: “Thanks to the excellent work by the team at Unico Vina, we have developed an extremely strong relationship with SNP over the last 20 years and are delighted to have the opportunity to continue to support them. The TL2 continues our tradition of developing high-quality, competitively priced machines that incorporate the latest technological innovations and deliver reliable performance throughout their operational lifetime.”

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