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Press releases | 04/20/2021

Signed and sealed – Liebherr to kick off assembly of hydraulic cylinders in China

With an assembly line in China, Liebherr is expanding its capacity for the production of hydraulic cylinders in the Components Division. These are destined for the Chinese market and can from now on be manufactured directly in Asia. Find out more

Press releases | 04/20/2021

Replacement after 23 years: RMT rounds off all-terrain crane fleet with Liebherr LTM 1130 5.1

RMT Albert Regel Logistik GmbH has taken delivery of a new LTM 1130-5.1 at the Liebherr plant in Ehingen. The specialist for heavy transport, crane and assembly logistics from Baunatal in the German state of Hessen is replacing a 23-year-old LTM 1120, previously the smallest mobile crane in the fleet, with the Liebherr 130-tonner. The new crane has a 15 metre-longer telescopic boom for a total length of 60 metres. Find out more

Press releases | 04/19/2021

First LTM 1120-4.1 on the Iberian Peninsula for Grúas Aguilar, Quality Grúas and Transgrua

Sometimes getting to the site is one of the most difficult tasks of the job. Having a mobile crane with high lifting capacities and a long reach to work in narrow or hard-to-reach construction sites prompted Grúas Aguilar (Madrid), Quality Grúas (Barcelona) and Transgrua (Lisbon) to purchase the new Liebherr LTM 1120-4.1 mobile crane. Find out more

News | 04/14/2021

CELSINEO: More than 200,000 operating hours

In more than 200,000 operating hours, the new trailer cooling system of Liebherr and KRONE, was tested successfully on the road. Find out more

News | 04/14/2021

Liebherr Receives Gold Award from COMAC

Liebherr has been honored by COMAC as “2020 Supplier of the Year” for its air management system on board the ARJ21 aircraft. Find out more

Press releases | 04/14/2021

New and used – three more Liebherr mobile cranes for Moroccan customer SCIF

Moroccan company SCIF (Société Chérifienne de Matériel Industriel et Ferroviaire) is a leading contractor in the fields of construction and industrial plant installation. The company decided to expand its existing fleet of mobile cranes with two LTM 1070-4.2 all-terrain cranes and an LRT 1100-2.1 rough terrain crane as a result of the positive development in its industrial plant installation segment. For the LRT 1100-2.1 and one of the two LTM 1070-4.2 models, SCIF decided to buy used machines, trusting in Liebherr’s competence as a manufacturer. Find out more

News | 04/13/2021

Liebherr-Aerospace at MRO Americas 2021

Liebherr-Aerospace participates in the world’s largest conference dedicated to aftermarket support. Find out more

Press releases | 04/13/2021

More with the same – I.V. Guindastes upgrades LR 1600/2-W

To do more with less or with the same is what everyone is looking for in terms of operational efficiency. With the option to upgrade LR 1600/2-W narrow track crawler cranes, Brazilian crane contractor I.V. Guindastes started operating in even higher and larger wind power towers using the equipment they already had in their fleet. Find out more

News | 04/13/2021

Like a racing car, only a little bigger

Saving weight helps sports and racing cars to achieve maximum power and performance. It might almost sound strange to talk about this with regard to snow groomers, track-driven commercial vehicles and bulldozers. Yet, there are still similarities. The Liebherr LPI gearbox series make a clear contribution to it. Find out more

News | 04/12/2021

Beyond borders: services for the wind industry

Russia has made significant progress in the generation of wind power in recent years, although largely unnoticed. When the Russian government decided to increasingly promote renewable energy in 2017, new opportunities opened up for wind turbine manufacturers. At that time, the share of wind energy in Russia made up 0.02 % of the overall energy consumption. By 2035, the Russian Ministry of Energy is aiming to further expand wind energy capacity to nine gigawatts - enough to supply around eight million households. In order to build wind turbines in Russia, manufacturers must meet the requirements for local production, which serve to strengthen the local labour market. Find out more

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