News | 11/30/2022 Nine axles for Saudi Arabia: Bin Quraya adds an LTM 1750-9.1 to its crane fleet

Bin Quraya has strengthened its crane fleet with an LTM 1750-9.1 mobile crane. Liebherr handed over the symbolic key to the Saudi Arabian company at the Bauma stand in Munich. In addition to the impressive performance of the LTM 1750-9.1, Liebherr's high quality standards and reliable service were key criteria for Bin Quraya.

Handover of the key at Bauma.

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Owner Awad Bin Quraya explains his company's investment in the new nine-axle mobile crane: "We are seeing a growing demand in our market for cranes in this high load-capacity class. With its 800-tonne upgrade, the LTM 1750-9.1 can meet this demand very well. It is the most powerful crane in our fleet."

Bin Quraya plans to use the new LTM 1750-9.1 above all for maintenance work in the petrochemical industry. In this industry, the cranes' reliability and fast and reliable servicing by the manufacturer are hugely important. "We are extremely satisfied with Liebherr. For many years we have had hardly any problems with the cranes and Liebherr has always provided rapid support as needed. This is of course very important for us, as we work directly with the oil company Saudi Aramco, for example," says Bin Quraya.

Increase of the load capacity values

Two years ago Liebherr improved the LTM 1750-9.1's performance across almost its entire working range. The use of refined static calculation methods made it possible to increase the crane's lifting capacity. Due to its high load capacity and variable boom system, it can cover a wide range of jobs in industry, infrastructure and the energy sector. The all-terrain crane is designed to ensure particularly short set-up times and maximum mobility. Furthermore, this nine-axle mobile crane can carry its complete telescopic boom when driving on public roads. Extensive comfort and safety equipment, such as load charts for various wind speeds, round off the concept of the LTM 1750-9.1.

About Bin Quraya

Bin Quraya is one of Saudi Arabia's largest engineering and project companies in the oil and gas industry. It was founded in the mid-1970s and today employs over 2,500 people. Its activities focus on work on oil platforms, laying pipelines, general construction work as well as major projects.