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Published: August 19th 2021
This edition of the UpLoad video magazine begins at the Atomium in Brussels. An LR 1350/1-LN was used for the full refurbishment in 2005. We ask our Managing Director Dr Hamme why our LTC compact crane is now available with two boom systems. Then things get explosive: we pay our LTM 1650-8.1 a visit at the demolition of a power plant in Lünen. From Lünen we move on to Ehingen. Here we look over the shoulder of our colleagues in the repair department as they refurbish used cranes. We put the spotlight on our enablers. They report on how the Corona pandemic is challenging their daily work. At the end of the episode, we visit one of the first delivered LTM 1120-4.1 in Switzerland in action.
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Published: May 06th 2021
We start with a visit to Manchester, where our LR 1750 lifted the Ordsall Chord bridge together with the LR 11350. At the test site in Ehingen, Martin and Jens take a closer look at the ballast trailers for our crawler cranes. Then it's off to the water. An LRT 1090-2.1 was shipped to Heligoland and we accompanied it with the camera. Things get technical in our "Simply explained" category. Telematik is the topic this time. The last excursion of the episode goes to Hamburg. For the expansion of the Miniaturwunderland, a bridge was hoisted into the Speicherstadt by the LTM 1750-9.1. We close our episode with a closer look at our two new digital tools, the Crane Finder and Crane Planner, by our Product Manager Wolfgang.
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Published: February 04th 2021
We start the first issue of 2021 with our LTM 1650-8.1, which is already conquering the first construction sites as successor of the LTM 1500-8.1. Our new jewel of every crane fleet, the LTM 1150-5.3, of course also got a proper presentation, which in times of Corona took place as a digital world premiere. The Estadio Santiago Bernabéu stadium in Madrid is also currently being redesigned. The professionals of Real Madrid left the field and our cranes took over. Shortly before the final whistle of the first issue, we go to Ehingen: Our two new managing directors introduce themselves and give an insight into the current challenges. Enjoy the film!
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Published: November 10th 2020
We can proudly present you our fourth edition of the UpLoad video magazine of mobile and crawler cranes: Our LTR 1060 from Clausen opens the last issue in 2020 in front of a great mountain panorama. After this short trip into the mountains Martin takes you to Ehingen to see our living legend, the LTM 1500-8.1. Afterwards we have answers to the questions what a Load Sensing System is and how it works. At the end of this episode, the new LR 1800-1.0 from Colonia is working for the first time in a wind farm.Start the movie!
Published: July 30th 2020
With the landmark of the city of love our third issue of UpLoad video magazine begins. An LTM 1300-6.2 lifted a boat to the first floor of the Eiffel Tower in Paris. Our newcomer, the LTM 1120-5.1, is then tested by Martin on the Swabian Alb and our product management manager Jan explains why we changed the arrangement of the axles on our new 4-axle cranes. Then things get tight: Our first LTC 1050-3.1 compact cranes with RemoteDrive are delivered and prove their capabilities in practice.Start the movie!
Published: April 28th 2020
In the second episode of our Upload video magazine we start with a visit to the stadium in Dortmund. Here an LG 1550 has lifted the steel girders of the stadium roof. Klaus Huberle tells us the history of lattice boom cranes and what is so special about them in an interview. Afterwards we continue with the next interview with Christoph Behmüller. The head of our training centre in Ehingen has not yet given up the dream of an international crane operators licence. The European crane operators license is already an important step on this long road.Start the movie!
Published: January 14th 2020
First, we visit the port of Rostock. It is exciting to see how our LTM 11200-9.1 and LG 1750 together set the top of the mast during the erection of the gigantic TCC 78000. The LTM 1750-9.1 is also strong, and now even stronger. An 800 t upgrade was given to it, which leads to a massive increase in load capacity. 70,000 load capacity tables of the crane were recalculated for this. Among other things, the "finite element method" was used to recalculate the LTM 1750-9.1.Start the movie!