AN ORDER from Cikarang Dry Port will see the first Kalmar Eco Reachstacker delivered into Indonesia.

Cikarang Dry Port is a public inland port located in the eastern corridor of greater Jakarta. It serves direct export import for the surrounding industries under multimodal transport bill of lading provided by shipping lines partners.

Kalmar first established its footprint in Indonesia in the 1980s and during the past decades it has worked in partnership with local dealer PT Indo Traktor Utama.


“We are pleased with our purchase of the Kalmar Eco Reachstacker. We are excited by the reduced fuel consumption promised in daily operation. Other than cost, it is also better for our working environment,” Benny Woenardi, managing director of PT Cikarang Inland Port, terminal operator of the Cikarang Dry Port, said.

Kalmar interim vice president south and south-east Asia Elvina Chua said the order was a continuation of a long-term relationship with Cikarang Dry Port in helping them achieve business goals.

“We want to thank them for choosing Kalmar as it is our honour to continue supporting them in their efforts to cut emissions and contribute to a sustainable future,” Ms Chua said.