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Fuel Cell Reachstacker Takes Center Stage in Valencia’s Twin Project.

The Clus­ter was on-site, visi­ting a twin pro­ject in Valen­cia, which alre­a­dy uti­li­ses hydro­gen in port ope­ra­ti­ons.

Here, we’ve got to expe­ri­ence the Hys­ter-Yale fuel cell powered reach­sta­cker in its ope­ra­tio­nal envi­ron­ment at the con­tai­ner ter­mi­nal. This test field is being mana­ged as part of the Euro­pean H2Ports pro­ject, a col­la­bo­ra­ti­ve effort uniting port com­mu­ni­ty, indus­try, and sci­ence part­ners.

Espe­ci­al­ly in the cur­rent mar­ket pha­se of fuel cell powered hea­vy-duty equip­ment, whe­re pro­to­ty­pes are being used in real ope­ra­ti­on for the first time, gai­ning prac­ti­cal expe­ri­ence with this ener­gy source is key.

We look for­ward to wel­co­ming the Hys­ter Yale ter­mi­nal trac­tor and emp­ty con­tai­ner hand­ler, among others, at our Con­tai­ner Ter­mi­nal Tol­ler­ort in Ham­burg in 2024.

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