Newsletter Maritime Cranes

Issue 1/2019

Liebherr TCC 78000

Assembly has started

Liebherr installs one of the world's most powerful land-based heavy lift cranes with a max. lifting capacity of 1,600 tonnes on its factory site in the port of Rostock, Germany. The TCC 78000 will be used for in-house logistics processes with regards to the production, assembly and dispatch of maritime cranes. Liebherr-MCCtec Rostock GmbH also offers to rent the TCC 78000 for the (un-) loading and shipping of larged-sized cargo.

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LHM Business Review 2018

Ten Years of Market-Leadership

Liebherr Maritime Cranes’ product line of mobile harbour cranes has had a very successful year 2018. With 83 sales in 40 countries, Liebherr gained an estimated market share of up to two-thirds in the mobile harbour crane segment.

“Demand for our state-of-the-art handling solution was very stable at a high level during the course of the year. In addition, we have succeeded in reviving countries and even entire regions that have shown almost no turnover development in recent years,” summarises Andreas Müller, Sales Director for Liebherr mobile harbour cranes.

Liebherr CBW-F-3450

Special Design Ship Crane

Recently the biggest ram luffing CBW crane left Liebherr’s premises in Rostock. The tailor-made Liebherr type CBW-F 3450 ship crane has been manufactured by Liebherr-MCCtec Rostock GmbH for the world's largest suction dredger Spartacus.

The shipment from Rostock was performed by the help of two Liebherr LHM 800 in tandem lift operation and required maximum concentration on the part of everyone involved.

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Liebherr Container Cranes

Innovative Engineering

Two unique STS cranes have recently entered service in Nemport, Turkey. Designed to operate on a finger pier with a span of only 15 metres, these Liebherr megamax cranes are capable of handling the world’s largest container vessels.

  • 65 metres outreach
  • 15 metres span
  • 65 tonnes safe working load

Service Excellence

Refurbishment on Molikpaq

Liebherr's maritime customer service is carrying out an extraordinary modernisation project on Sakhalin Energy’s Molikpaq offshore platform off the Russian island of Sakhalin. Two ram luffing offshore cranes, type RL 1500 are going to be completely renewed. An existing crane, type BOS 1900 will be upgraded with the same generation control system as the RL 1500.

Visit the International Offshore Crane and Lifting Conference in Stavanger, Norway on the 24th April 2019 at 12:10 hrs to hear a detailed project report.

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Large-scale Project

First Offshore Cranes for Turkey

Liebherr has won an order to deliver three offshore cranes to ENM KOREA & Pro DGS Shipyard. It is the first offshore crane order in Turkey and it includes one of the biggest Liebherr BOS cranes. Both a BOS 14000 and a RL 1500 will be installed on a heavy lift barge. Another multipurpose vessel will be equipped with a RL 1500 as well. The vessels are built for BOC.

Details of the project

  • Heavy lift crane, type BOS 14000 - SWL 600 tonnes
  • Electro-hydraulic driven RL 1500 - SWL 50 tonnes
  • Cranes will be used for supply and maintenance work
  • Operated by Basra Oil Company in Arabian Gulf region
  • Delivery is planned by the end of 2019

Premiere at Bauma 2019

Liebherr Log Handler

From the 8th to 14th April 2019, the Liebherr LRS Log Handler will be presented to the public for the first time at the world's largest construction fair, the Bauma in Munich. The agile timber-handling machine is characterised by a stacking height and an outreach of over 8 metres each.

The Log Handler showpiece can be found on the Bauma Boulevard next to Gate 15.

Maritime Hub on the Baltic Sea

Roll on - roll off shipment

Beginning of December three Liebherr mobile harbour cranes LHM 420 were shipped fully erected from the Liebherr Maritime headquarter in Rostock, Germany to Algeria and Cyprus.

When shipping large equipment semi-erected or even fully assembled by Ro-Ro vessel means that Liebherr mobile harbour cranes can be ready for operation immediately after driving off the vessel onto the quay.

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