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News | 07/01/2020

Liebherr-Aerospace Video Wins Gold Remi Award

Liebherr-Aerospace and the film production company Silberstern received a Gold Remi award at the WorldFest-Houston International Film Festival 2020 Find out more

News | 07/01/2020

Flexible Barge Solution at the Harbor of New York

At the New York Harbor, NY, Sims Metal Management uses a Liebherr mobile harbour crane type LHM 600 to load scrap and unload salt. The crane is placed on a floating barge and can be moved to another terminal of the port if required. With a maximum lifting capacity of 75 tonnes in 4-rope grab operation, the crane is the strongest floating mobile harbour crane on a barge in the U.S. in 4-rope grab capacity. Find out more

News | 07/01/2020

Remote Service App

Liebherr has developed a Remote Service tool for crawler cranes, deep foundation equipment and maritime cranes that improves assistance through visual information, so leading to faster and easier troubleshooting. Audio and video calls, a chat function, screen sharing, image and document exchange, as well as whiteboarding functions are some of the features that have been integrated in the tool. These enable real-time, fast and effective customer support from Liebherr experts worldwide . Find out more

News | 06/30/2020

More than IoT: Liebherr and Reycom start partnership

The Liebherr Components Division and Reycom, a Swiss manufacturer of software and hardware, announce a strategic partnership. The two companies will jointly develop the next generation of industrial and connected IoT solutions Industry 4.0 and vehicles. Find out more

News | 06/30/2020

Liebherr-Aerospace on Board: COMAC delivers three ARJ21 aircraft to Chinese airlines

On June 28, 2020, three Chinese airlines received an ARJ21 aircraft each during a ceremony. Liebherr supplies major systems for this regional jet. Find out more

News | 06/30/2020

Liebherr ultra-light air conditioning units on board new maglev train

Liebherr has supplied Max Bögl with ultra-light MACS 8.0 air-conditioning units for the new maglev urban transportation system TSB. Find out more

News | 06/29/2020

The cold that came from the sun – the story of the Liebherr solar refrigerator

Many objects have a history. But that of an inconspicuous Liebherr refrigerator from 1994, which stood forgotten for decades in a warehouse, is a very special one: It tells of historians and developers, the sun, Africa and the birth of Liebherr’s modern energy-saving household appliances. Find out more

News | 06/26/2020

Monopiles for new wind farm in the Baltic Sea

In the port of Rostock, the first monopiles for the offshore wind farm "Kriegers Flak", which is currently under construction, were loaded. The wind farm, located south of the Danish coast, will supply up to 600,000 households with electricity in the future and will thus become Denmark's largest offshore wind farm. The loading of the monopile foundation piles will be handled by Liebherr's heavy-duty gantry crane type TCC 78000, inaugurated in 2019. The manufacturer of the monopiles is the offshore wind specialist EEW Special Pipe Constructions GmbH, also based in Rostock. Find out more

News | 06/19/2020

The first ever LTM 1110-5.1 goes to Spain

Spanish crane and heavy haulage contractor Grúas Roxu took delivery of the first ever Liebherr LTM 1110-5.1 mobile crane in May. Liebherr unveiled a prototype of its new crane model at the Bauma 2019 in Munich. The concept and performance data impressed Grúas Roxu so much that the company signed an order for two LTM 1110-5.1 cranes before leaving the trade show. Find out more

News | 06/16/2020

Liebherr's injection concepts of the future

Liebherr is developing “climate-friendly” injection solutions for the use of hydrogen and synthetic fuels. As the internal combustion engine is still the dominant form of propulsion for mobility today, Liebherr's Components Division sees it as a logical step to also advance the internal combustion engine for the use of CO2-neutral fuels. The way forward has been paved for new mobility systems. Climate change and environmental policy requirements mean that this form of mobility needs to undergo further improvements. Find out more

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