Liebherr moves in Turkey and Azerbaijan

By Alex Dahm30 October 2009

Liebherr's new company in Turkey

Liebherr's new company in Turkey

Two new Liebherr companies will strengthen the manufacturer's presence in Turkey and Azerbaijan. Improved customer support will be achieved by optimising after-sales service, including repairs and the supply of spare parts, Liebherr said.

Liebherr-Makìne Tìcaret Servìs Lìmìted Sìrketì, with its registered offices in Istanbul, was formed from the dealer organisation in Turkey. Liebherr cranes will be supported, including a large part of the maritime crane programme in Turkey, plus earthmoving, material handling and special-purpose civil engineering machines.

Liebherr-Azeri LLC has its registered offices in Baku, Azerbaijan. It is responsible for all the Liebherr Group's maritime cranes and also for mobile and crawler cranes, tower cranes, hydraulic rope excavators, special-purpose civil engineering machinery and products from the Group's mixing technology division.

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

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