Hüffermann Krandienst has Orders for 70 Liebherr Tower Cranes Now to be Increased to 250 in 2022
Hüffermann Krandienst GmbH has purchased 70 Liebherr tower cranes in one go to set up its new rental fleet. A symbolic handover recently took place during a visit to Liebherr’s production facilities in Biberach.
The first cranes are already in service at Hüffermann Krandienst. A total of 70 new Liebherr tower cranes are set to be ready for work by the end of the year.
Another major order for Liebherr tower cranes has been indicated for 2022. Daniel Janssen, Managing Director at Hüffermann Krandienst GmbH, has had good results with Liebherr tower cranes in the past, “We have always been more than satisfied and already know that we’ll be upping the order to 250 cranes,” says Janssen.
The representatives from Hüffermann used the handover meeting in Biberach to discuss deliveries to date and to finalise the details of those still outstanding. It was also agreed that Liebherr would provide its key customer with training on the new cranes, including on the first fibre rope cranes in Hüffermann’s fleet.
The Wildeshausen-based Hüffermann Group is known throughout Europe for its modern fleet and its comprehensive services for crane and heavy haulage logistics. In addition to the new Liebherr tower cranes, the company’s rental fleet includes mobile construction cranes as well as mobile and crawler cranes from Liebherr. The Hüffermann Group also offers loader cranes and truck-mounted working platforms as well as heavy-duty assembly, transport engineering and glass installation services. The crane service providers Autodienst West in Frankfurt and Eisele AG – Crane & Engineering Group in Maintal also belong to the Group as does a freight forwarding company for heavy goods and special transports.
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On the day of the symbolic handover, f.l.t.r.: Christoph Rieß (Hüffermann), Alexander Beck (Liebherr in Biberach), Daniel Janssen (Hüffermann), Stefan Westermann (Liebherr in Dortmund), Rupert Wieser (Liebherr in Biberach).
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