Kalmar has released MyKalmar, a new platform for all its digital services that will allow its customers oversee their Kalmar fleets.
In a statement from Kalmar, it revealed the platform helps customers gain greater transparency about their material handling solutions and services, including contract information, lists of Kalmar equipment at their operations and spare part order history.
The overall goal of this launch is to help its customers increase productivity, improve safety, and lower their CO2 footprint.
“MyKalmar is a user-friendly digital platform where customers can benefit from greater transparency and control over their maintenance activities, parts ordering and equipment performance, helping them improve their operational performance, safety and efficiency across their entire fleet,” said Laura Hokkanen, Service Business Design Manager at Kalmar.
To create the platform, the cargo handling solution experts combined its MyParts and Kalmar Insight services. MyKalmar is said to better serve customers by acting as a platform for these new solutions.
Thomas Malmborg, Senior Vice President of Service at Kalmar Mobile Solutions, added “The future is very exciting when it comes to our digital solutions and the opportunities it will open up for customers, the industry and our three motives: safety, sustainability and productivity.
“However, one very important thing for us is that the experience of working with Kalmar’s digital solutions is simple, creates value and generates proactive insights. MyKalmar is a shining example of just that.”
Kalmar also recently announced that it received a repeat order from the Victoria International Container Terminal (VICT) at the Port of Melbourne for six Automatic Stacking Cranes (ASCs). Announced in October 2021, the order comes as part of the terminal’s capacity expansion program and was made in Cargotec’s 2021 Q3 intake. Delivery is expected to be completed by Q2 2023.