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News | 04/12/2021

Beyond borders: services for the wind industry

Russia has made significant progress in the generation of wind power in recent years, although largely unnoticed. When the Russian government decided to increasingly promote renewable energy in 2017, new opportunities opened up for wind turbine manufacturers. At that time, the share of wind energy in Russia made up 0.02 % of the overall energy consumption. By 2035, the Russian Ministry of Energy is aiming to further expand wind energy capacity to nine gigawatts - enough to supply around eight million households. In order to build wind turbines in Russia, manufacturers must meet the requirements for local production, which serve to strengthen the local labour market. Find out more

Press releases | 04/09/2021

Two new local zero emission excavators from Liebherr: R 976-E and R 980 SME-E electric crawler excavators

The R 976-E electric crawler excavator, along with the R 980 SME-E, replaces the ER 974 B for mine and quarry extraction. The latest electric excavators to be developed and produced by Liebherr-France SAS in Colmar, France, they are not just converted diesel machines. The excavators and their electric power system were designed and produced entirely by Liebherr. Find out more

Press releases | 04/07/2021

LiView position transducer in the new crawler loader generation

LiView, the intelligent position transducer for hydraulic cylinders, allows for reliable control of the bucket in the new Liebherr LR 636 G8 crawler loader using precise measurement data – even under the most demanding conditions. Find out more

News | 04/06/2021

Liebherr Analytics in Service

Liebherr-Aerospace has already collected data of more than 300,000 flights of 300 aircraft. The company offers new predictive maintenance services. Find out more

Press releases | 04/06/2021

Bulet takes delivery of the first Liebherr LRT 1090-2.1 rough terrain crane in Nigeria

Construction contractor Bulet International Nigeria Ltd has taken delivery of a new Liebherr LRT 1090-2.1. This is the first Liebherr LRT series rough terrain crane in Nigeria. The high safety standards and VarioBase® variable support base as well as Liebherr’s familiar good service were important criteria behind the decision to buy the rough terrain crane for the company based in the capital Abuja. Find out more

Press releases | 04/01/2021

Urban development in Bremen – Sommer installs components for stairwell using LTM 1450-8.1

Covering an area of around 300 hectares, Überseestadt in Bremen is one of the largest urban development and port revitalisation projects in Europe. A Liebherr LTM 1450-8.1 mobile crane from Bremen crane specialist Sommer Kranverleih GmbH installed components weighing 20 tonnes for a connecting stairwell on one of the most striking building in the area, the 18-storey “Zech-Haus” at the head of Europahafen. Find out more

Press releases | 04/01/2021

Liebherr R 9600 excavators perform in Australia

Liebherr’s new 600-tonne mining excavator, the R 9600, enters the market backed by experience in the field at two Australian mines: BHP’s South Flank iron ore mine and Coronado’s Curragh North metallurgical coal mine operated by Thiess. Find out more

Press releases | 03/31/2021

A second added to the fleet – Rothmund shows its support for the Liebherr LTM 1230 5.1 mobile crane

Rothmund GmbH Kran und Montage has purchased another LTM 1230-5.1 from Liebherr. The reason behind the purchase decision was the good experience the Pforzheim-based company has had with the first machine of this type it purchased around six months ago. Managing Director Heiko Brückner is particularly impressed with the boom length, capacity and variability of the Liebherr 5-axle crane. Find out more

Press releases | 03/30/2021

The new MK 73-3.1 mobile construction crane from Liebherr: a compact taxi crane with optimal reach

The new MK 73-3.1 mobile construction crane is the smallest in Liebherr’s mobile construction crane family and complements the crane series comprising the MK 88-4.1 and MK 140. The compact 3-axle crane is the answer to market demands for a small, compact and agile mobile construction crane that is fast and flexible in operation. Find out more

Press releases | 03/30/2021

Liebherr Container Cranes to supply two new STS to The Port of Liverpool

Peel Ports Group has placed an order for two new Liebherr ship to shore container cranes for their facility at the Port of Liverpool. Find out more

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