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An unrivalled wide main boom gives the new LR 12500-1.0 crawler crane the stability of a power boom.

Work is done

Several tower cranes have completed their work in the construction of a new office, administration and residential complex in the Kwu Tung district of Hong Kong. Now the Set Win Group is using its new LTM 1650-8.1 to dismantle the large top slewing cranes. Here, the maximum on eight axles convinces with its strong 80-metre telescopic boom.

Crane work where others go on vacation

Above the rooftops of Nice on the Côte d'Azur in France, an LTM 1100-4.2 from Mediaco assembles a tower crane. A special steel structure was required for the site in order to be able to place and erect the crane at all in the narrow old town.

Bridging the Rhine

The new motorway bridge on the German A1 between Cologne and Leverkusen will have eight lanes. Completion is scheduled for 2024. HKV Schmitz+Partner has been commissioned with a new LR 1700-1.0, equipped with V-Frame, for lifting the precast parts.

Mother Nature’s might

Mountains, fjords and cranes. BMS are using an LG 1750 in Norway to install a new turbine at the Haramsfjellet wind farm on the Island of Haramsøya on the west coast between Bergen and Molde. Wind power is currently the fastest growing method of generating electricity in Norway.

O’er all the hill-tops...

... is quiet now. This is one of Goethe’s most famous poems dating from 1780. Optically at least, it is no longer true everywhere as our photograph from the Austrian Alps shows impressively. At about the height of the tree line, four rope access technicians wait for the next component. They are installing a massive overhead cable mast for a new power line. And they are supported by an LTM 1160-5.2 from crane contractor Prangl, who has sent a total of three Liebherr mobile cranes to work on this large infrastructure project in the mountains.

High precision in minimum space

Two LTM 1500-8.1 cranes and two LTM 1400-7.1 models installed two nitrogen tanks and two liquid storage tanks at a solar farm in the United Arab Emirates in just ten hours.

Building bridges – right from the start

AS Manutention used a brand new LTM 1750-9.1 to hoist a pedestrian bridge over the River Somme in Amiens, France. There was very little space available for setting up the large crane which meant that the planning and coordination processes on site were immensely important. With 154 tonnes of counterweight and a 13 meter fixed jib, the 9-axle crane was set up with the help of an LTR 1060. The job was successfully completed in just two days.

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