Liebherr tower cranes in action

Cramped spaces, extreme loads, extreme hoisting hights: Liebherr tower cranes impress with their reliable work even under extreme conditions. It's not just crane operators who are enthused. Often, numerous spectators eagerly follow spectacular crane uses.

A project in Manhattan

New York City’s skyline is an exciting environment for construction workers – making the MoMa Tower construction site one of the most anticipated projects of the decade. A project in Manhattan

Liebherr tower cranes used on the construction of Forth Crossing Bridge, Scotland

Three Liebherr 630 EC-H 40 Litronic top-slewing cranes are involved in the Forth Crossing Bridge construction. This 2.7 km long bridge will be the world’s longest cable suspension bridge with three pylons. In addition to the crane delivery, Liebherr is responsible for their overall development. To the job report: We build bridges

Above the roofs of Paris: Liebherr Derrick 200 DR 5/10 Litronic

A 202 EC-B 10 Litronic Flat-Top crane was erected on the roof of the Grande Arche with the help of a 200 DR 5/10 Litronic Derrick crane. As a result of the site conditions and the great height, erecting the crane using the 200 DR 5/10 Litronic Derrick proved to be the best alternative. To the job report: Above the roofs of Paris

Liebherr Tower Cranes at shipyards jobs worldwide

Whether it be in cool Norway, hot India or in Mediterranean Spain – our tower cranes can be found at a large number of ports around the world building ships. To the job report: Powerful trio on spanish wharf

Liebherr Flat-Top crane 1000 EC-B 125 Litronic enables a completely pre-assembled rotor to be installed

The largest Liebherr tower crane model the 1000 EC-B 125 Litronic made it possible to lift a completely pre-assembled rotor, with a diameter of 113m, for a new wind turbine. The flat-top crane with a hook height of 155.5m hoisted the assembly weighing almost 70tonnes to a height of 142.5m. To the job report: the most powerful tower crane from Liebherr

150 EC-B 6 Litronic Flat-Top crane marks highest point in Germany

At an altitude of 2,975m the crane is now the highest building site in Germany. The 150 EC-B is operated with a radius of 50m and a hook height of 18.6m. The crane was specially configured for this job to enable it to withstand the enormously high wind speeds of up to 280km/h and the low temperatures. To the job report: high alpine use - Germany's highest peak