Components
Components by Liebherr

Liebherr develops, designs and manufactures high-performance components for mechanical, hydraulic and electrical drives and control technology. The emphasis is on complete system solutions. For this reason individual components are optimally matched to work together.

The comprehensive range of Liebherr components includes diesel and gas engines, fuel injection systems, hydraulic pumps and motors, hydraulic cylinders, large diameter bearings, gearboxes and rope winches, electric machines and electric and electronic control technology and components. The wide range of applications includes cranes, construction machines and mining equipment, maritime applications, wind turbines, vehicle and agricultural technology and aviation and traffic engineering.

Liebherr has centres of expertise for the development and manufacture of components at the following locations:

  • Biberach an der Riss (Germany): large diameter bearings, gearboxes and rope winches, electric machines, electric control technology
  • Bulle (Switzerland): diesel and gas engines, fuel injection systems, hydraulic pumps and motors, hydraulic control technology, splitter boxes
  • Ettlingen (Germany): exchange components
  • Kirchdorf an der Iller (Germany): hydraulic cylinders
  • Lindau (Germany): electronics
  • Monterrey (Mexico): large diameter bearings
At the 2014 VDI Congress „Drivetrain for Vehicles“ Liebherr presented a hydrostatic-mechanical power-split gearbox for the first time.
04/07/2014
In mid-May, Liebherr opened a new training centre in Kirchdorf an der Iller. The group has invested around nine million euros in the site to provide future-oriented training for young people and excellent further qualification for its employees.
28/05/2014
The Russian company KAMAZ OJSC and Liebherr-International AG signed an agreement on 25 March 2014 for the development of new inline diesel and gas engines.
01/04/2014
Over the next six years, the Liebherr Group is set to invest more than 200 million CHF in its development and production site at Bulle (Switzerland).
26/03/2014
One of the Kamaz Master trucks that participated in the Rallye Dakar visited Liebherr Machines Bulle SA, where the truck’s diesel engine had been developed and built.
14/03/2014