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Press releases | 07/01/2020

Remote Service App

Liebherr expands its digital product portfolio for crawler cranes, deep foundation equipment and maritime cranes with the development of a Remote Service tool. This improves assistance through visual information and so leads to faster and easier troubleshooting. As part of an extended test phase, all customers will have free access to the new app until the end of 2020. Find out more

Press releases | 06/22/2020

In the Bay of Kotor: the Licence to Drill

It is known as the southernmost fjord in Europe: the Bay of Kotor in Montenegro. The luxury resort Portonovi is being built in Kumbor, the former base for naval aircraft and divers. Briv Construction d.o.o. is using the Liebherr drilling rig LB 24 for the deep foundation work. As the region surrounding the resort is aiming at upmarket tourism, a well-known secret agent could even find his way there. Find out more

News | 05/26/2020

When once round the world just isn’t enough

The Deutsche Bahn [German Railway] is extending the suburban railway network in Munich. One of the central entrances to the second core line is being built at Marienhof in the Altstadt. Six Liebherr machines are in operation for this development. Even the high demands for the realization of this project cannot shake the new slurry wall package. Find out more

Press releases | 05/26/2020

When once round the world just isn’t enough

The Deutsche Bahn [German Railway] is extending the suburban railway network in Munich. One of the central entrances to the second core line is being built at Marienhof in the Altstadt. Six Liebherr machines are in operation for this development. Even the high demands for the realization of this project cannot shake the new slurry wall package. Find out more

Press releases | 05/06/2020

Lee & Sims Drilling Services puts Liebherr LB 36-410 Drill Rig on the job for South Carolina bridge project

South Carolina-based Lee & Sims Drilling Services, Inc. chooses a Liebherr LB 36-410 Drill Rig for a major regional project – building 18 drilled shafts over 9 interior bents for the new Harbor River Bridge. The rig was used to drill 8 ft. diameter shafts to depths up to 115 ft. through sandy clay, marlstone and limestone. Find out more

Press releases | 03/10/2020

An innovative redesign beneath the surface – the LRB 355

Universally applicable, it excels with an elegant design and intuitive assistance systems. Prior to its first public appearance at Conexpo, a number of machines are already successfully working on jobsites: we are talking about the new model of the LRB 355 piling and drilling rig. Find out more

Press releases | 03/10/2020

When it comes to high turnover: HS 8200

The HS 8200 is one of the innovations in the HS series. The design of the duty cycle crawler crane is based on its predecessor, the proven HS 895 HD, but boasts an even better performance capacity. The elegant design combines safety, performance and economy, as well as a high level of operator comfort. Find out more

Press releases | 02/18/2020

“That was close!” Historical Bridge Turns into a Challenge

The renovation of a historical railway bridge calls for a spectacular assignment in Switzerland. What is so special about it? The challenges began even before a single metre was drilled for the deep foundations. Find out more

News | 01/28/2020

Liebherr to celebrate 50th anniversary in the USA

Liebherr in the United States is celebrating 50 years of success as a leading manufacturer in North America this year. Find out more

Press releases | 11/19/2019

Liebherr AR Experience – Digitalisation up-close

Advanced technologies such as augmented reality (AR) are gaining ground in Industry 4.0. Using the AR Experience from Liebherr virtual construction sites can be brought to life in a fun way. All that is required for this is an AR-enabled smartphone or tablet. After successful installation of the app on a mobile device, virtual worlds can be viewed any time, any place and from any perspective. Find out more

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