News | 11/19/2021 “The future is small, compact but powerful mobile cranes”

Mikschl Autokrane GmbH based in Aichach has taken delivery of a new Liebherr LTM 1120-4.1 mobile crane. The Bavarian contractor is expanding its crane fleet with the 120 tonne machine. The extremely compact design of the 4-axle crane and its high lifting capacities were major factors behind the decision to buy the new crane.

Crane handover at the Liebherr plant in Ehingen: From left to right: Wolfgang Sailer (Liebherr-Werk Ehingen GmbH), Annapaula Mikschl, Roland Mikschl (Mikschl Autokrane GmbH).

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Managing Director Roland Mikschl explains: “The future is small, compact but powerful mobile cranes because sites are becoming more and more restricted and have less space for cranes. That is why we were looking for a powerful 4-axle crane, which we found at Liebherr.”

The LTM 1120-4.1 is the most powerful 4-axle all-terrain crane ever built. The Liebherr 120 tonne machine breaks into a performance class which has previously been the sole preserve of 5-axle cranes. As far as boom length is concerned, it is on a par with 200-tonne class cranes as its 66 metre telescopic boom is the longest ever to be installed on a 4-axle mobile crane.

Mikschl Autokrane GmbH is a reliable, strong partner in the industry, construction and transport sectors. With an extensive fleet of telescopic cranes, mobile construction cranes, trucks, tractor units and a wide range of semi-trailers and trailers, the company now only tackles everyday work professionally, but also special projects.