Wiesbauer takes on heavy loads

By Sarah Ann McCay18 March 2012

Senior management of Wiesbauer take deliver of the firm's new 750-tonne crawler crane from Liebherr

Senior management of Wiesbauer take deliver of the firm's new 750-tonne crawler crane from Liebherr

German heavy load logistics firm Wiesbauer aims to increase its high lifting capacity with the latest addition to its fleet: a 750 tonne Liebherr LR 1750 lattice boom crawler crane.

According to Wiesbauer board member Marco Wilhelm the new crawler crane, with its SLK boom system, will be used in the assembly of wind power systems. The crane can work to a hub height of 125 metres.

Wiesbauer also aims to use the new crawler crane with a derrick system and luffing fly jibs for industrial assembly, steel and concrete construction, and dockside installations.

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