All LG 1750 articles

  • From left: crane operators; Christian Prinz, Ralf Rudisch, Mike Eule-Schuster, Denny Beulke, Thomas Tschemmer and Jürgen Müller.

    Giant tank hoisted into chemical plant


    Maxikraft uses three Liebherr mobile cranes to lift 108 tonne storage tank over obstacles

  • Liebherr's SX boom system for its 750 tonne lattice boom models

    New Liebherr boom pushes the limits


    The new Liebherr SX boom system gives more capacity and increases lifting height, moving 750 tonne capacity lattice boom cranes into the 1,000 tonne class

  • The parts were transported from Abbey Mills Pumping Station to Tilbury Docks

    Journey home for ‘Busy Lizzie’


    Transport service provider WWL ALS helped deliver the Busy Lizzie tunnel boring machine to German manufacturer Herrenknecht following the completion of the Lee Tunnel Project in the UK

  • Crane and heavy lifting contractor Wasel

    Wasel adds Liebherrs


    Crane and heavy lifting contractor Wasel in Germany has added 20 Liebherr mobile cranes to its rental fleet

  • Franz Bracht taked ownership of a Liebherr LG 1750

    Franz Bracht opts for 10th lattice mobile


    Germany-based Franz Bracht has taken delivery of a 750 tonne capacity LG 1750 lattice boom mobile crane. It is the biggest in its 10-strong fleet of lattice boom mobile cranes

  • Whyte Crane Hire's Liebherr LG 1750 lattice boom mobile crane

    Whyte acquires LG 1750 for wind work


    Aberdeenshire, Scotland-based Whyte Crane Hire has taken delivery of a 750 tonne capacity LG 1750 lattice boom mobile crane. It has been purchased for wind turbine installation and heavy-lift contracts for the oil and gas industry

  • M Joyce Crane Hire's new Liebherr LG1750

    Australia's first LG 1750 goes to M Joyce


    M Joyce Crane Hire is the owner of the first 750 tonne capacity Liebherr LG 1750 lattice boom wheeled mobile crane in Australia

  • A Liebherr LG 1750 crawler crane, owned by Germany-based rental company Grohmann, offloads a 380 ton

    Felbermayr offloads in Bavaria


    Austrian rental company Felbermayr was commissioned to offload power station components from barges at Kehlheim harbour in Bavaria