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Strongco is the exclusive distributor of Konecranes’ complete range of forklift trucks, empty and laden container handlers, and reach stackers across Canada.
An excellent complement to Strongco’s Crane business unit, Konecranes is the world’s leading provider of lifting equipment and associated services, designing, customizing and engineering lift trucks for the manufacturing, shipyards, ports, terminals, heavy-concrete and steel-handling industries for more than 50 years.
Konecranes Reachstacker with Tilting Spreader (Model SMV4535TCX6)
Konecranes Reachstacker Model SMV4535TCX6 with an Elme Tilting Spreader at work at the Port of St. Pierre in St. Pierre and Miquelon for the French conglomerate Max Girardin S.A.R.L. The machine was delivered to their Ship Division, T.M.S.I. in Halifax, and then transported to the French Islands of St. Pierre and Miquelon just off the coast of Newfoundland. The spreader will be used to tilt out containers of gravel but can also be used for other materials such as sand, salt, scrap metals, and more. The spreader is equipped with Hydraulic flippers to open the container door at 45 degrees of tilt. The machine has a capacity of 45 metric tons and is also equipped with Konecranes’ Truconnect state of the art Remote Monitoring System.
Konecranes Reachstacker Model SMV4531TC5
Attached is a picture of a Konecranes Reachstacker Model SMV4531TC5 being loaded on to a Desgagnés ship yesterday at Valport in Valleyfield, Quebec destined for the Canadian Arctic. The unit was sold to Tretan Inc. who will be operating it at the Baffinland Island Mine Site in Nunavut. The unit weighs 72 metric Tons. This is the second Konecranes Reachstacker that Strongco has sold in two years for the Canadian Arctic. Last summer we sold another Model SMV4531TC5 to M&T Enterprises to be operated at the Agnico Eagle Mine Site in Rankin Inlet, Nunavut. The unit will be used to handle containers as well as general cargo. The unit is equipped with an “Arctic Cold Weather Package” to deal with the extreme cold in the winter months in Nunavut.
Konecranes reach stacker hard at work with Valport at the Port of Valleyfield, QC. Canada’s largest ‘small’ port.
Valport handles all types of cargo from yachts to dry bulk, roll steel and containers. They ship around the world including mines and remote communities in the Arctic.Continue to Konecranes Lift Trucks Site