Mobile and Crawler Cranes product segment

The range of products includes around 50 different mobile and crawler cranes with telescopic or lattice booms. The product portfolio is continuously updated and adapted to market requirements. The mobile and crawler cranes are developed and manufactured at Liebherr sites in Ehingen/Donau (Germany), Biberach an der Riss (Germany) and Nenzing (Austria).

Mobile cranes from Liebherr lifting a turbine

Mobile cranes from Liebherr lifting a turbine

Mobile cranes from Liebherr lifting a turbine
Mobile cranes from Liebherr are characterized by their mobility and different applications.

Focus on customer needs

The needs of the customers are given top priority from the development of the cranes through to the service. The Liebherr mobile and crawler cranes set standards worldwide in terms of quality, functionality and safety of mobile cranes and ensure a high level of availability during use. For example, Liebherr established the concept of the all-terrain mobile crane and today offers the broadest range of products in this area worldwide. Thanks to innovative telescopic systems and profile shapes, it was possible to develop longer and larger booms. Since it has started developing lattice/boom cranes Liebherr has been setting records in terms of load capacity and lifting height. Milestone: The Liebherr PowerBoom, a main lattice boom designed with two lattice sections installed parallel to each other at the bottom section of the lattice boom for large crawler cranes. Digital solutions and assistance systems such as the Boom Up-and-Down Aid and the Crane Planner 2.0 for operational planning also show the strong innovative ability of Liebherr. They ensure even greater safety in the application and maximum comfort of use.

Three production sites and global sales and service branches

The mobile and crawler cranes are developed and manufactured by Liebherr in Ehingen/Donau (Germany), Biberach an der Riss (Germany) and Nenzing (Austria). Liebherr also has several of its own sales and service branches for mobile and crawler cranes in more than 80 countries.