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Editor in chief: Angelo Scorza
25/06/19 11:21

New successful deal out of Europe for CVS Ferrari

The reach stackers manufactured by the Piacenza-based producer have been delivered in Egypt and US where new orders were raised

CVS Ferrari continues to top the preferences of several prominent Egyptian container terminal operators.

F500.RS6 reach stackers, capable of stacking 46 Ton 1st row up to 6 high x 8’6’’ and also able to stack 5x9’6’ containers in the second row and as heavy as 36 Ton, have been delivered between the end of 2018 and the beginning of 2019 to two state owned port operator: Port Said Cargo & Container Handling Company (P.S.C.CH.), which took delivery of 3 units; and Damietta Cargo & Container Handling Company (D.C.CH.) that received 2 pieces.

P.S.C.CH. has also awarded the contract to supply a 32 Ton fork lift truck that will be used at the general cargo dock of the west Port Said port at the northern mount of the Suez canal.

In parallel, Alexandria International Container Terminal (AICT), the Hutchison Port Holding owned container terminal located in Alexandria, has ordered 2 F500.RS2 reach stackers that, once delivered in summer 2019, will join 6r machines of the same model on whose service AICT has been relying on for the past two years.

In the US, ITS Conglobal - the largest North American integrated intermodal service provider as it operates in excess of 120 facilities across United States, Mexico and Central America, employing over 4,000 employees and managing 2 million vehicles – chose the Italian reach stackers as the backbone of its equipment fleet to execute their terminal operating contract at the Canadian National Railroad facility that serves the Detroit metro area.

At the beginning of 2019, 5 Toplift Ferrari branded and North American Specification built F580W reach stackers have taken service at the CN facility of Fair Street, in Ferndale (Michigan), in the vicinities of Detroit where ITS Conglobal performs the ramping service.


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