By combining different automated technology and adapting to the needs of the terminals design, Kalmar was able to ensure effective utilization of TraPac's available floor area and optimized capacities.
By combining different automated technology and adapting to the needs of the terminals design, Kalmar was able to ensure effective utilization of TraPac's available floor area and optimized capacities. Since 1998, the Eurofos-Containerterminal near Marseille has been using Sisu and Kalmar-maschines. The Kalmar automated solution is at the core of the DP World London Gateway.
Ending at 3.5 million HPU per year, the focus is on automating to achieve optimal levels of production and lower operating cost. Hamburg's oldest and biggest skip mounted kiosk remains in the vanguard by doubled capacities with the same floor space.
SO THAT EVERY TRAIN COUNTS
ALMAR provides industry-specific, eco-efficient freight handler facilities and automatic terminalsolutions, softwares and assistance capabilities. ALMAR provides gantry and shuttles, terminals telehandlers, shipyard crane, ship-to-shore crane, reach stacker, empty containers and forklifts. TOS and Bromma spreader are offered as part of Kalmar. You can find out more about Kalmar on the Kalmar website.
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It is a town in the south-east of Sweden, directly on the Baltic Sea. In 2010 it had 36,392 inhabitants and is the headquarters of the municipality of Kalmar. Kalmar County is also the capitol of Kalmar County, which has 12 communes with a population of 236,399 (as of 2015). Kalmar was one of the most important towns in Sweden from the 13th to the 17th century.
From 1602 to 1913 it was the seat of the bishop's diocese of Kalmar with a runner, and the Kalmar Cathedral from 1702 is still a beautiful example of classicist building art. She became a stronghold town, with the Kalmar Castle at its centre. In 1658, after the Treaty of Roskilde, Kalmar lost its importance until the industrial zone was established in the nineteenth century-old.
Linnaeus University is located in the town. It borders the major road to the Öland archipelago via the Öland bridge. It was in the twelfth centuries that the first foundation of a fort was built, with the building of a round watch and look-out spire. In the 18th and 18th centuries the steeple was continually enlarged and Queen Margaret convened a meeting there between the Swedish and Norwegian leaders, and on 13 July 1397 the Kalmar Union Agreement was ratified, which lasted until 1523.
Kalmar's strategical position, close to the borders of Denmark (at that period the Scandinavian countries, i.e. the Blekinge, Halland and Scania regions, belonged to Denmark), as well as the port and commerce were also embroiled in several feudal conflicts. In 1505, there were two separate incidents called the Kalmar Bloodbath: the first in 1505, when King John of Denmark, Norway and Sweden carried out the execution of the Lord Mayor and Councilman of Kalmar; the second in 1599 on the orders of Duke Charles, later King Charles IX of Sweden.
It was in the 1540' that the first King Gustav Vasa and later his son Erik XIV of Sweden and John III of Sweden organised the reconstruction of the palace into the splendid Renaissance palace that it still is today. In 1603 Kalmar was converted into a bishopric, which remained until 1915. Kalmar County was established in 1634 with Kalmar as the nature city.
1660 the Kalmar Cathedral was started with sketches by Nicodemus Tessin the Older. Between 1611 and 1613 it was affected by the Kalmar War, which began with the occupation of Kalmar Palace by Denmark. The year 1611 is said to be the worst year in the Kalmar's long story, but it is by no means the only one; a lot of bloody water has been shed near the fortress.
Its last one was during the Skåne War in the 1670' s, so there were 22 besieges in total, but the fortress was never conquered. Following the Treaty of Roskilde in 1658, the importance of Kalmar's strategy began to decline as the southern border was redefined. 1689 the king built his principal marine stronghold further southwards in Karlskrona and Kalmar was no longer one of Sweden's most important defence posts.
Kvarnholmen's new Kalmar was founded around the middle of the 16th century. Following this model, the Stortorget Kalmar was erected on a large plaza, where the Stortorget Kalmar and the local council were juxtaposed. Nikodemus Tessin the Older designs the Ticino St. Nicholas Basilica, one of the most important example of classical architecture in Sweden.
The drawings of Kalmar Cathedral reflect the intricate interplay of new styles, literary reflections, traditions and the demands of fortified cities. Building work was restarted and the Cathedral of Kalmar was completed in 1703. More recently, Kalmar was an industry town where Kalmar Verkstad manufactured locomotives, trams and large machines that were later purchased by Bombardier, who shut down the plant in 2005.
Kalmar Varv ship yard was established in 1679 and shut down in 1981. In 1974 Volvo opened its plant in Kalmar for the construction of automobiles, i.e. 264, 740, 760, 960, but in 1994 it shut down and the further transfer of production workplaces in the 90s and 2,000s led to the loss of around 2,000 people.
It has a college with more than 9,000 enrolled and a research centre for Telia Sonera. It' the new Stadion of the municipal sports club, Kalmar FF. It was also constructed for concert purposes, and did so in the spring of 2011, when Håkan Hellström and The Ark sang.
Calmar has a cool ocean ic climate. Well, it's a bit hot. Wikimedia Commons has the following sport associations based in Kalmar: Wikimedia Commons has access to Kalmar related publications. Vikivoyage has a guidebook for Kalmar.