03/13/2020 Maryland-based Digging & Rigging takes delivery of LTM 1120-4.1 mobile crane at Conexpo 2020

Pictured from left to right are Jim Rex, Pam Gregory, James Gregory, Daniel Pitzer and James Gregory Sr. Jim and Daniel are from Liebherr; Pam, James and James Sr. are from Digging and Rigging.

Pictured from left to right are Jim Rex, Pam Gregory, James Gregory, Daniel Pitzer and James Gregory Sr. Jim and Daniel are from Liebherr; Pam, James and James Sr. are from Digging and Rigging.

With a maximum load capacity of 135 US tons and a maximum hoist height of 308 ft., the LTM 1120-4.1 is ideal for assembling radio masts or tower cranes. It also features Liebherr’s innovative VarioBase and VarioBallast technologies. The crane handed over at Conexpo is one of the first such ceremonies in the world, as regular deliveries are expected to begin later this year.

Established in 1981, Digging & Rigging is a family owned and operated crane and rigging company. Its fleet includes carry deck, rough terrain, crawler, and all-terrain cranes.

Digging & Rigging, Inc. utilizes some of the newest, most well-maintained technology in the crane, rigging, and hauling industries. According to company president James E. Gregory, “Digging & Rigging, Inc.’s greatest asset is the highly trained and motivated staff that support our business.”

Digging & Rigging, Inc. has six locations serving the Mid-Atlantic region. Cranes from 15-ton to 900-ton offer a wide range of capabilities sure to handle any project, with crews ready for scheduling 24 hours a day.