UpLoad - The magazine for customers and friends of mobile and crawler cranes | 2019

Moments

Moments

Whether they are new, particularly powerful or stunningly beautiful – in the following we have captured some extraordinary crane moments for you and posterity.

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The ultimate machine on eight axles!

The ultimate machine on eight axles!

Children with famous parents often have a hard life. They are under heavy pressure from birth and are expected to be successful. That is exactly the situation facing the new LTM 1650-8.1, which Liebherr unveiled at the Bauma trade fair. And it’s all because it is the successor to the living legend that is the LTM 1500-8.1. With a volume of almost 600 units, it is already the best-selling large crane of all time.

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My Tip

My Tip

Our experts provide you with tips and tricks that will help you in daily use!

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Made with Liebherr

Made with Liebherr

Structures, engineering and technical masterclasses - wherever things arise cranes are often used. Cranes, that drive the world. Therefore, we are proud to show you some examples that say: Made with Liebherr!

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A crane job between splendour and megalomania

A crane job between splendour and megalomania

It may surprise you to learn that there are alternatives to Neuschwanstein. If you want to find out a little more about King Ludwig II of Bavaria and his (credibly recorded) eccentricity, you could do worse than travel to an island in Chiemsee in Bavaria, where the crowds will be somewhat thinner. Visiting Herrenchiemsee New Palace, modelled on the Palais de Versailles in France, will leave you just as open-mouthed at the world of make-believe created by the Bavarian Fairytale King as travelling to Neuschwanstein Castle, the most famous of the four Royal palaces which Ludwig had built during his 22-year reign.

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Lightweight, long and powerful

Lightweight, long and powerful

“Prepared for every task!” is how Liebherr presented the new LTM 1110-5.1 at the Bauma trade fair. The aim for the design of the new 5-axle crane was to enable it to complete jobs all over the world economically and flexibly. But, of course, it had to be powerful as well.

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