Liebherr establishes two new subsidiary companies

By Lindsay Gale26 October 2009

The new Turkish Liebherr-Makine Ticaret Servis will have its base in the Turkish city of Istanbul

The new Turkish Liebherr-Makine Ticaret Servis will have its base in the Turkish city of Istanbul

Liebherr has established two new companies that will operate in the countries of Turkey and Azerbaijan, respectively.

Employing 43 currently, Liebherr-Makine Ticaret Servis Limited Sirketi has been formed from Liebherr's well established Turkish dealer network, and will provide support for the company's maritime cranes, the complete earthmoving product range and the company's material handling and specialised civil engineering machines.

Currently employing 12, Liebherr Azuri LLC, based out of Baku, will similarly provide support for the company's cranes and earthmoving equipment in Azerbaijan.

Both new companies are subsidiaries of Liebherr-MCCtec GmbH, based in Nenzing, Austria, which is responsible for the Group's maritime cranes division.

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