Mammoet and Aertssen Machinery Services support construction of Dubai’s next iconic landmark

Mammoet and  Aertssen Machinery Services teamed up to install design elements of the Infinity Bridge, Dubai’s next iconic landmark. Built by BESIX Construct LLC, a Middle Eastern subsidiary of a Belgian company BESIX, the Infinity Bridge (formerly Al Shindagha bridge) is distinguished by its unique architectural design inspired by the concept of infinity. 40 steel …

Mammoet orders eight Tadano cranes and a Boom Booster kit

Mammoet signed an order for a total of eight cranes at Tadano in Zweibrücken. In addition to two Tadano CC 38.650-1 lattice boom crawler cranes and an AC 3.045-1 City crane with an E-Pack, the “package” also includes five Tadano GR rough terrain cranes and a Boom Booster kit that makes it possible to increase …

Fagioli removes six sections of the Berkan B wreck

After months of challenging operations executed by Fagioli to remove the six sections of the Berkan B wreck, eventually the wreck parts are heading by barge to their final destination in Piombino. The demanding removal operations were performed by means of crawler cranes and barges with dedicated studies and interventions concerning environmental matters and the …

Ready for the next generation of wind turbines

The Bergheim-based company, Wasel, took delivery of an LR 1700-1.0, the latest crawler crane model from Liebherr. For its first job, the new LR 11000 was transported to a wind farm in Coesfeld in North Rhine- Westphalia. Matthias Wasel, who runs the business with his brother, Thomas, explains: “The lifting capacity requirements in industry and …

Liebherr extends crawler crane range

Liebherr-Werk Nenzing has extended its range of crawler cranes to include lifting capacities of up to 400 t. The first LR 1400 SX have already left the Liebherr factory. With the compact transport weight of 46 t, the complete crane can be easily transported between jobsites. Platform and railings remain attached to the uppercarriage during transportation and …

Liebherr takes service to the next level

Following the success and high demand of the Remote Service tool that was introduced last year, Liebherr has further enhanced its remote portfolio. XpertAssist, an annual subscription-based service, combines real-time expert advice from experienced technicians with a wide range of technical tools through an audio-visual connection. Immediate qualified fault analysis and online troubleshooting backed by …