Fagioli Collects New LTM1110-5.1 from Liebherr
Fagioli S.p.A. has taken delivery of a new LTM 1110-5.1 from Liebherr-Werk Ehingen GmbH. This crane provides valuable support for Fagioli’s large cranes thanks to its versatility, flexibility and high mobility. The company opted for Liebherr’s impressive quality, safety and long-term reliability. Another vital factor for the Italian lifting and heavy transport company is the Liebherr support available worldwide.
Gabriele Scandolo, asset manager at Fagioli, declared: “The new LTM 1110-5.1 is a perfect addition to our fleet in the lower lifting capacity range.” One of the main applications of the new crane will be loading work related to heavy transport. “This type of crane is really manoeuvrable and versatile, making it ideal as an auxiliary crane for our models with high load bearing capacity,” explained Scandolo.
The LTM 1110-5.1 has powerful lifting capacities with a 60m telescopic boom. Besides this, the rear outriggers are double-stage – thereby attaining a greater support width than the front ones. This means the entire support is trapezoidal. VarioBase® Plus represents the combination of this trapezoidal support with the variable supporting base VarioBase®. What is more, the Liebherr 110 tonner is designed for globally high mobility. The 5-axle model features a variety of different driving conditions – ensuring major advantages for road travel worldwide.
“We consider Liebherr to be the best supplier on the market in terms of quality, safety and long-term reliability,” stated Scandolo. “We enjoy good and long-term relationships with Liebherr Management.” Liebherr’s globally available support is also important to Fagioli.
Founded in 1955 in Sant’Ilario d’Enza (Reggio Emilia, Italy), Fagioli S.p.A. covers the entire logistics chain from heavy transport to heavy lifting projects worldwide with its large fleet. Of its large cranes, 80- 90 percent are from Liebherr. The company is mainly active in the oil and gas, construction, energy and renewable energy, shipbuilding, mining and salvage sectors. Since 2017, Fagioli has been part of the portfolio of the QuattroR investment fund. The Group’s headquarters are in S. Ilario d’Enza. There are further centres in Houston (Texas) and Singapore. The Group includes 17 companies – these active on all continents and employing a total of over 500 people worldwide.
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Handing over the LTM 1110.5-1 crane to Fagioli S.p.A.: (from left to right) Gabriele Scandolo (Fagioli S.p.A.), Fabio Fenzi (Liebherr-Italia S.p.A.), Sara Carattini, Mirco Saccani, Fabio Belli, Paolo Cremonini (all Fagioli S.p.A.), Dieter Walz (Liebherr-Werk Ehingen GmbH).