Bragg Crane Service pleased about new Liebherr all-terrain cranes

Scott Bragg, President and CEO of California-based Bragg Crane Service accepts handover of two LTM 1400-7.1 Liebherr all-terrain cranes at the Liebherr stand during Conexpo-Con/Agg.

Standing from left to right: Daniel Pitzer (Liebherr), Reinhold Breitenmoser (Liebherr), Scott Bragg (CEO Bragg Crane Service), Mike Roy (Bragg), John Bray (Liebherr), and Christoph Kleiner (Liebherr)

Standing from left to right: Daniel Pitzer (Liebherr), Reinhold Breitenmoser (Liebherr), Scott Bragg (CEO Bragg Crane Service), Mike Roy (Bragg), John Bray (Liebherr), and Christoph Kleiner (Liebherr)

In 1946, Bragg Companies was founded with just one crane. Over the past 71 years, it has grown into one of the largest service organizations in the construction industry. Today, in the fourth generation of family ownership, Bragg Companies is not only situated in California but also in Nevada, Arizona, Utah, and Texas.

At Conexpo-Con/Agg, Bragg Crane Service opted for two new LTM 1400-7.1 Liebherr all-terrain cranes. The seven-axle mobile crane is one of the most compact representatives of its class and extraordinarily maneuverable thanks to its active rear-axle steering. The ballast radius can be significantly reduced for use in constricted areas by moving the counterweight.