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How to apply electrically powered technology in your shuttle carrier operations

Webinar duration: 50 minutes

Electrically powered technology offers interesting opportunities to reduce the carbon footprint of your shuttle carrier operations without compromising productivity. In this webinar we introduce Kalmar FastCharge™ technology for Shuttle Carriers and give practical tips to take into account when applying this electrically powered technology into an operating terminal. We will also show how terminal simulation can be used in evaluating the number of required charging stations at a terminal and share results from our recent terminal simulations.


3 key takeaways from this webinar:


  1. Key features and components of Kalmar FastCharge technology
  2. Practical considerations for applying this technology to terminal operations
  3. Utilising terminal simulation to estimate the number of required charging stations


Register for the webinar via the link and choose the session that best suits your schedule. Sessions will be held at the following times, all times are in EEST (GMT+3):


Tuesday 26 May 2020 

8 AM EEST in English

4 PM EEST in English

8 PM EEST in English




For the best experience, we strongly recommend using a computer for joining the webinar. Please use the computer audio option and make sure your speakers are active. You can change your audio settings under the “Audio” section of the toolbar.


Your webinar host

Timo Alho, Vice President, Terminal Design Services

Timo is the head of the Terminal Design Services team in Kalmar’s Automation and Projects Division, part of Cargotec, a global leader in cargo handling solutions. 

Timo has worked at Cargotec for 20 years, first in automation R&D, where his key project was the development of the AutoStrad solution. During the past eight years, he has held various positions in terminal automation business from product management to the head of the cranes business line. He has been involved in many terminal automation projects by Kalmar, and has wide experience on applying automation technologies in its different forms to container terminal operations.

Timo has studied automation engineering (M.Sc., Automation Technology) at the Tampere University of Technology.


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