Tower Cranes
Tower Cranes

Liebherr’s crane programme is unsurpassed in terms of versatility. It comprises machines of all systems and size categories, with the ideal lifting technology for any civil engineering task.

The highly adaptable fast-erecting cranes and the efficient top-slewing cranes have proved their worth both in the construction of residential buildings and on large-scale industrial projects all over the world.

At the 2016 Bauma trade fair from April 11 - 17, the Liebherr Group is showcasing many new and further developed products from every area of its extensive range of construction machines, mobile and crawler cranes, material handling technology, mining, as well as components, on a total display area of more than 14,000m².
Liebherr has developed a new series of hydraulic fast-erecting cranes which will be unveiled to Liebherr partners in Europe at an initial premiere event in March 2016. This smallest series of bottom-slewing cranes will bear the type designation L1.
The first Liebherr luffing crane 710 HC-L 32/64 Litronic has recently been erected on the MoMA Tower jobsite in New York City (USA) and just started its work. Together with a second 710 HC L, that will be delivered mid 2016, the two tower cranes help to build the 76 story building in Midtown Manhattan. With a height of 320m (1,050ft), the skyscraper will be one of the highest buildings in the city. Both cranes are leased from the North American Liebherr dealer Morrow to the contractor Sorbara Construction, Lynbrook, New York.
Official handover during recent EXCON Exhibition. New cranes have been installed at the Sobha Dream Acres project in Bangalore.
At Excon 2015 in Bengaluru, Liebherr is presenting the 85 EC-B 5i Flat-Top crane. This crane model is being assembled at Liebherr's Pune plant since 2012. The 85 EC B 5i has the potential to exceed the 71 EC-B, currently Liebherr's most popular model in India, which offers widely similar specifications. The 85 EC-B 5i has a maximum load capacity of 5,000kg and can lift 1,300kg at the jib end, up to a maximum working radius of 50m.

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