IH or intermodal handling model reach stackers are more conventional equipment, whereas CH or container handling units are designed particularly for container stacking applications up to 3-rows deep and 6-high. These different models allow numerous jobs to be done.
These machinery have been designed and engineered to achieve maximum space use in container terminals. What's more, they offer excellent handling speeds, superior maneuverability and unrestricted stacking capabilities.
This machinery is available with standard oil-immersed brakes, a clean running, modern Diesel engine, advanced auto-shift transmission and robust drive-axle. All of these features combine to be able to maintain total reliability and maximum production in tough applications throughout operation.
Along with the oil-immersed brakes, the transmission and engine protection systems combine to offer standard dependable operation. The operator cabs on these units feature a wide variety of standard ergonomic features, and exceptional container visibility in varying operating circumstances. The units which have an increased wheelbase and stabilizers offer increased capacity handling. These machines need a strong frame and solid boom construction to be able to handle the high capacity handling operation. Easy service and an engine shutdown function minimizes service time and cost and facilitates service access.
Terminals, transport hubs and ports are only a few of the locations that place heavy demands on container handlers. These locations need equipment that are very durable and efficient. The company knows what it takes to be able to effectively handle laden and empty containers for stacking, unloading and loading between railcar, terminal and road truck.
Normally, empty container trucks are known to work at a high pace. These machinery place rigorous demands on both speed and efficiency. Trucks based on the latest technology are capable of handling and lifting containers with the highest stability and speed.