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Press releases | 12/08/2022

LiMain remote maintenance showcased live

Well-known representatives from the offshore wind industry were convinced live of the benefits of remotely maintaining cranes with the help of LiMain – Liebherr Intelligent Maintenance. LiMain is a fully digital, remote, and semiautomatic maintenance system that saves platform operators significant investments and resources. Thanks to remote maintenance, platform operators can remotely maintain the crane on manned or unmanned platform. Find out more

News | 12/08/2022

Faster rail travel: Liebherr cranes help build the Filstal Bridge

Deutsche Bahn (DB) is set to open the new Wendlingen-Ulm line, and with it the Filstal Bridge near Mühlhausen im Täle, as changes to the rail timetable take effect on 11 December 2022. Four reliable Liebherr high-top cranes have been involved in the construction of Germany's third-highest railway bridge: a 280 EC-H 12 Litronic, two 280 EC-H 16 Litronic and a 630 EC-H 40 Litronic. Find out more

Press releases | 12/07/2022

Successful business deal at Bauma 2022: LEONHARD WEISS orders ten Liebherr railroad excavators

LEONHARD WEISS GmbH & Co KG, one of the leading construction companies in Europe, is expanding its machine portfolio and once again relying on Liebherr. The order for ten new A 922 Rail Litronic was concluded at Bauma 2022. Find out more

News | 12/07/2022

Monnis and Liebherr finalised substantial supply contract at Bauma 2022

During the 2022 Bauma trade fair, Monnis – a large technology and equipment supplier within the Mongolian mining industry – and Liebherr confirmed a significant supply deal. Find out more

News | 12/07/2022

“There’s no getting around the LTM 1650-8.1”

Autokrane Schares GmbH has reinforced its ranks with an LTM 1650-8.1 mobile crane. The 700-tonne crane is the fourth 8-axle model that the crane and heavy-haulage company from North Rhine-Westphalia has purchased from Liebherr since 2015. Find out more

News | 12/06/2022

Liebherr supports safety simulations at US operations

The Newport News Technical Rescue Team (TRT) visited Liebherr USA, Co. for three days to simulate various rescue scenarios with onsite heavy equipment. Find out more

News | 12/06/2022

“On Your Site” with 16 new Liebherr cranes

Saudi Arabian crane and heavy haulage company Rezayat Sparrow has taken delivery of 16 new Liebherr mobile cranes, including two rough terrain cranes and 14 all terrain cranes with lifting capacities of up to 700 tonnes. The symbolic handover of the keys took place at Bauma. Find out more

News | 12/05/2022

Liebherr apprentice successful at WorldSkills 2022

Kilian Wallner, an apprentice at Liebherr Österreich Vertriebs- und Service GmbH, has come ninth at the WorldSkills 2022 competition. A total of 100 participants from 37 countries competed at the exhibition centre in Salzburg from 23 to 25 November. Find out more

News | 12/05/2022

18 Liebherr mobile cranes for Saudi Arabia: GHHL signs contract at Bauma

Gulf Haulage Heavy Lift Company (GHHL) signed a contract at Bauma for the delivery of a total of 18 mobile cranes. The new cranes will expand the Saudi Arabian crane and transport company's fleet of cranes between 100 and 300 tonnes lifting capacity. For GHHL, the high quality and the good after-sales service were important decision-making criteria for ordering from Liebherr. Find out more

Press releases | 12/01/2022

Ten Liebherr tower cranes are helping to build the largest timber campus in Europe

Birds singing, a park with 1,000 planted trees and modern workplaces surrounded by an abundance of wood: this is the vision for “Arboretum”, the largest timber campus in Europe. Ten Liebherr EC-B series tower cranes are involved in the 650 million Euro project in Nanterre near Paris, France. The campus is designed to create a new connection between nature and the workplace and is sustainable thanks to its solid wood construction. Find out more

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