Buyer's guide

Buyer's guide

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What's the right container handling equipment for your yard?

  • Cost/TEU is changed by additional investments
  • Achievable cost/TEU is dependent upon technology
  • The technology selected may restrict future evolution, e.g. to automation

CONTAINER LIFT TRUCKS for empty and laden container stacking operations requiring flexibility and speed.

REACH STACKERS for empty and laden container stacking operations requiring flexibility and speed. Lowest investment cost and stacking density.

STRADDLE CARRIERS for container terminals with straddle carrier-based operations. High performance, safety and lifecycle value.

RUBBER TIRED GANTRY (RTG) cranes for medium-sized to large terminals. Excellent operational flexibility: ability to change stacks. High productivity thanks to Konecranes Active Load Control technology.

RAIL MOUNTED GANTRY (RMG) cranes for intermodal container terminals. High productivity thanks to Konecranes Active Load Control technology.

AUTOMATED RAIL MOUNTED GANTRY (ARMG) cranes for large container terminals with room for expansion. Linked to, and controlled by, Terminal Operating System (TOS). High productivity thanks to Konecranes Active Load Control technology.

AUTOMATED RUBBER TIRED GANTRY (ARTG) cranes for RTG-based container terminals making the move to automated operation. Linked to, and controlled by, Terminal Operating System (TOS). High productivity thanks to Konecranes Active Load Control technology.