As the divisional controlling company, Liebherr-Component Technologies AG in Bulle (Switzerland) coordinates all activities of the Liebherr Group's Components division. The divison specializes in the development, design, production and reconditioning of high-performance components for mechanical, hydraulic and electrical drive and control technology.
Varied product range
The comprehensive range of components includes diesel and gas engines, fuel injection systems, motor control units, axial piston pumps and motors, hydraulic cylinders, large diameter bearings, gearboxes, rope winches, switchgear, electronic and power electronic components, and software. The high-quality components are used in cranes and earthmoving equipment, in the mining industry, in maritime applications, wind turbines, vehicle technology, aviation and traffic engineering. Synergy effects from the other product divisions of the Liebherr Group are used to promote continuous improvements in technology.
The high production depth and the use of modern flexible production plants enable Liebherr to provide its customers with individual solutions. Every component is designed according to the customers' requests and requirements - from the product idea, development, manufacture and commissioning through to series production. Liebherr offers reconditioning of the mechanical and hydraulic components of the drivetrain in different stages at a specialized plant.
Production plants and sales all over the world
Liebherr develops and produces components at a total of ten sites. They are located in Biberach an der Riss, Deggendorf, Ettlingen, Kirchdorf an der Iller and Lindau (all Germany), as well as in Bulle (Switzerland), Colmar (France), Dalian (P.R. China), Monterrey (Mexico) and Guaratinguetá (Brazil). Liebherr-Components AG with its head office in Nussbaumen (Switzerland) is responsible for worldwide sales and service of these products to customers outside the Liebherr Group. The company is supported here by sales branches, commercial agencies and retailers in other countries.