Cargotec is a pioneer in eco-efficient product design and efficiency-driving solutions. Our products and solutions help customers decrease fuel consumption, reduce emissions, and improve their competitiveness with heightened operational efficiency. We aim to cut out all unnecessary container moves in cargo handling and minimise the environmental impact per moved container.
We know that the fight against climate change is far from over. Our aim is to set the industry standards higher, boost eco-efficiency across our industry, promote the circular economy and identify new business opportunities in the environmental industry.
Our offering helps process efficiency and visibility by identifying the inefficient use of resources with solutions such as MacGregor PlusPartner and Navis Automation. Our solutions support operations in growing environmental industries, and our technology enables greatly improved fuel efficiency. Also, our services can extend product lifecycles with, for example, product conversions and modernisations.
Offering for eco-efficiency; evaluation process
Cargotec’s business areas’ products and solutions that contribute to eco-efficiency of the usage phase, have been identified. The products and solutions in the portfolio have been categorised as follows, according to the benefits they enable:
Cargotec has clear criteria for placing products and solutions into each of these categories. The business area R&D executives participate in the selection process. To ensure that the portfolio is in tune with rapidly developing technology and growing awareness of environmental impact, the portfolio criteria is evaluated annually and approved by Cargotec’s CEO and Senior Vice President, Strategy. The whole offering was audited externally during 2017.
We support resource efficiency and circular economy with our new service offering, with services that enable more efficient usage of existing products or the extension of product lifetime, and also with converted products.
Cargotec services supports circular economy business models with, for example, a new business model of leasing used equipment in terminals, and retrofits such as ship-to-shore crane (STS) upgrades, which decrease the amount of metal used on average by around 95 percent compared to investing in a brand new crane.
Globally, the majority of terminals still use diesel RTG cranes. This presents a huge potential for our RTG electrification business, in which diesel driven RTGs are converted into electric ones.