LTM 1300-6.2 - Powerful with an innovative drive concept.

  • Single-engine concept:

    The first mobile crane with an innovative single-engine concept reduces maintenance costs significantly.

  • Completely flexible:

    VarioBase® enables the crane to be supported flexibly and as required – enhancing safety and lifting capacity.

  • Simple:

    Activating the automatic erection system in the crane control system ensures that the adjustment winch is adjusted automatically as the telescopic boom is luffed.

  • Flexible at any height:

    Infinite flexibility thanks to a wide, variable range of boom systems.

  • A great view:

    Fast, safe set-up process for the crane using BTT remote control. Optional BTT-E remote control means that the crane can be controlled in a direct line of sight whilst in action.

LTM 1300-6.2

The design of the LTM 1300-6.2 saw the first development of an innovative drive concept – the engine in the undercarriage powers the superstructure using a mechanical shaft. This eliminates the need for a second engine. This means one less engine and therefore significantly reduced maintenance costs. The lower weight can be used to increase lifting capacity. On the one hand it is a simple, classic folding jib crane whilst on the other it is a small luffing jib crane on the market for crane operators with a low cost entry point into the luffing jib crane class. It also features high performance, economy and variable boom systems.

Max. load capacity 300 t
Telescopic boom 78 m
Max. hoist height 114 m
Max. radius 94 m
Number of axles 6
Max. load capacity 300 t
at radius 3.00 m
Telescopic boom from 14.70 m
Telescopic boom up to 78.00 m
Lattice jib from 5.50 m
Lattice jib up to 70.00 m
Drive engine/make Liebherr
Drive engine 8-Zylinder-Diesel
Drive engine/power 455 kW
Number of axles 6
Drive/Steering standard 12 x 6 x 12
Drive/Steering option 12 x 8 x 12
Driving speed 85.00 km/h
Total ballast 96.00 t


Boom/jib combinations

On-road driving


ECOmode minimises both fuel consumption and noise emissions when operating the crane superstructure. The crane operator sets the required working speed using the control lever. The LICCON2 control system calculates the perfect engine speed for the diesel engine.


ECOdrive makes the mobile crane significantly more comfortable and quieter by reducing the engine speed. Faster gearshifting delivers greater dynamic and traction offroad. On the road, the torque from the Liebherr diesel engine is used efficiently to minimise fuel consumption.

Single-engine concept

Take one engine out to increase lifting capacity. Or more accurately – the superstructure is powered by the undercarriage engine. Gear shafts are routed from the distributor gear in the substructure via two mitre gears to the pump distributor gear in the superstructure. That enables us to remove one engine – and we use this to increase the crane’s lifting capacity.


VarioBase makes the crane’s support system variable. It enables each outrigger to be extended to a different length. This enhances safety – particularly in constricted spaces. And what's more, the crane’s lifting capacities are significantly increased, particularly over the outriggers and depending on the configuration.


The AutoBallast function completes the ballasting process automatically. All the steps are carried out after the button has been pressed just once.

Automatic erection of the luffing jib

We can provide a support function for erecting the luffing jib on larger LICCON2 cranes. Activating the automatic erection system in the LICCON crane control system ensures that the adjustment winch is automatically adjusted by the control system as the telescopic boom is luffed.

Up to 90 % lower CO2 emissions in action.

Liebherr mobile crane LTM 1300-6.2

Liebherr mobile crane LTM 1300-6.2

Call up video

Night job – LTM 1300-6.2 at the Eiffel Tower:

French crane contractor S.E Levage completed a challenging crane job at the Parisian landmark with distinction. A boat was hoisted about 60 metres onto the gallery of the Eiffel Tower. Find out more

Group of Liebherr cranes hoists roof construction:

The roof construction for a future industrial building near Mechernich had to be hoisted to allow its support pillars to be extended. The job in the town in the Eifel Mountains was tackled by mobile crane and heavy haulage contractor Salgert based in Lohmar using six Liebherr mobile cranes. Find out more