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  • The Synchoist from Enerpac in action

    Wind turbine erection: Ecological warriors


    As seen in last month’s issue, the wind sector is busy overall and new installation equipment is being developed. Christian Shelton reports on the latest developments

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    Tallest turbines


    Specialist contractor Max Bögl is erecting the world’s tallest turbines for an energy generation and storage project in Germany.

  • Max Boegl Liebherr LTM 11200-9.1

    Max Bögl erects world’s tallest turbines


    German lifting specialist Max Bögl is erecting what are claimed as the world’s tallest wind turbines, for an energy generation and storage project

  • Max Bögl’s new Sennebogen 6113 telescopic crawler crane

    First job for Max Bögl’s Sennebogen


    Crane service provider Max Bögl has started using its new Sennebogen 6113 telescopic crawler crane on a job near its headquarters in Germany

  • The construction of the new Lahn Valley Bridge also includes rerouting the freeway and installing a

    Max Bögl builds Lahn Valley Bridge


    German construction company Max Bögl used six Potain tower cranes to help with the construction of a new bridge on the A3 freeway near Limburg in Germany

  • From left to right: Florian Maier (Liebherr-Werk Ehingen), Sebastian Götz, Nadine Kopka, Mario Droß,

    Max Bögl invests in Liebherr


    Crane rental service provider Max Bögl has taken delivery of its third Liebherr LTM 11200-9.1 mobile crane

  • A Liebherr LTR 1220 telescopic crawler crane constructs the Willibald-Gluck-Gymnasium in Neumarkt, G

    Max Bögl uses Liebherr in school construction


    Construction company Max Bögl has used a Liebherr LTR 1220 telescopic crawler crane to construct a school in Neumarkt, Germany

  • Klaus Schmidt, Max Bögl crane operator (left) and Philipp Maurer, Terex Cranes sales representative

    Max Bögl buys 350 tonne AT pair


    German rental company Max Bögl Transport und Geräte has purchased two 350 tonne capacity Terex AC 350/6 all terrain cranes. The first was handed over to the Neumarkt, Bavaria-based company at the Terex Zweibrücken factory in Germany