Mobile Cranes

Liebherr builds a wide range of mobile cranes with telescoping or lattice booms on wheeled or crawler-tracked undercarriages, to operate in the most diverse areas. These cranes are powerful, compact and manoeuvrable, and feature ultra-modern "made in Germany" mobile-crane technology that satisfies combined road and off-road operating requirements on construction sites of all kinds, worldwide.

Liebherr unveils a new 250-tonne mobile crane to visitors from all over the world at its 2015 customer days at the manufacturing plant in Ehingen.


The LTM 1750-9.1 from Kran Saller erects concrete towers up to 89 m high for twelve wind turbines.


A Liebherr LTR 1060 was driven around tight bends and on gradients of up to 40 percent to the site at an altitude of 2020 meter to extend a tunnel in Zermatt in the Swiss Canton of Wallis.


Liebherr has developed an innovative concept for erecting LR 1600/2 crawler cranes with long wind power boom systems efficiently and safely.


For lifting tasks that are usually carried out using lattice boom cranes, Hartinger uses the strong, flexible LTM 11200-9.1 and LTR 11200 telescopic cranes. In particular in the installation of wind power plants, this has proved to be very practical.

Two Liebherr mobile cranes from the LTM series lifting a Concorde aircraft in New Jersey