Fagioli's double acquisition

By Euan Youdale01 December 2008

Fagioli’s Liebherr LR 1750 crawler crane at the Liebherr-Werk Ehingen factory.

Fagioli’s Liebherr LR 1750 crawler crane at the Liebherr-Werk Ehingen factory.

Italy-based Fagioli has bought two Liebherr crawler cranes, a 750 tonne capacity LR 1750 and a 1,350 tonne LR 11350. Both models were ordered with a range of equipment to cover most applications.

The LR 1750 will be delivered with a 91 m main boom, 84 m luffing jib, derrick and ballast trailer. The LR 11350 is equipped with a 114 m main boom, 84 m luffing jib and derrick with suspended ballast. The latter was delivered in November.

The Fagioli Group, with headquarters in S. Ilario D'Enza, near Parma, was established as a transport company in 1955. Through the decades Fagioli extended its services to specialized transport, heavy lifting and installation for the global market. Today the company employs some 500 people worldwide.

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