UnikTruck has been chosen as supplier of a pre-owned and fully refurbished Kalmar DCD250-12LB heavy-capacity forklift to a regular customer on the Norwegian West Coast. The forklift was delivered in February 2019.
The Kalmar forklift was refurbished thoroughly in our dedicated workshop before delivery. Among other things the mast was changed from standard-duplex to freelift-duplex in order to fit into the production layout of the factory.
The unit was delivered in one piece by our own low-loader – and was able to enter directly into operation upon arrival. Yet another example that second-hand equipment can also be first-class equipment
Background information on UnikTruck:
We have for many years specialized our business in the purchase, sale and rental of heavy capacity forklifts and container-handling machines. And we transact all over the world. We work very closely with the leading brands in the field of heavy-equipment lifting – like Kalmar, Hyster, SveTruck and SMV.
We are, however, a brand-independent company and as such we can give you the best possible guidance, based on your individual needs and requirements. Our equipment is controlled, serviced and refurbished in our own specialized workshop located within the Freeport of Hamburg, Germany. Our experience and competence mean that we can offer a high uniform quality – also on pre-owned equipment.
We continuously keep more than 200 heavy capacity forklifts and container-handlers in stock for immediate delivery or rental.
You can always see our stock of units in real-time at www.uniktruck.com
Background information on Kalmar:
Kalmar provides cargo handling solutions and services to ports, terminals, distribution centres and heavy industry.
Kalmar is the industry forerunner in terminal automation and energy-efficient container handling, with one in four container moves around the globe being handled by a Kalmar solution.
We improve the efficiency of your every move through our extensive product portfolio, global service network and solutions for seamless integration of terminal processes.