Kraanverhuur Boekestijn Prepare their New Liebherr LTM1750-9.1 – Heavy Lift News
8 Feb 2022

Kraanverhuur Boekestijn Prepare their New Liebherr LTM1750-9.1

Boekestijn Crane hire has recently taken delivery of a new Liebherr LTM 1750-9.1. This mobile telescopic crane has a maximum lifting capacity of 800 ton and is capable of reaching a lifting height of 154m. This makes the crane ideally suitable for installation or transhipment of heavy objects as well as works on great heights or far distances – up to 116m radius.

Thanks to the favourable transport dimensions this crane is easily and swiftly deployable on various jobsites in The Netherlands and abroad.

The Liebherr LTM 1750-9.1 is a 9-axle mobile crane carrying a 52m telescopic boom, which can be further outfitted with a Y-guying system and various jib extensions. By using the Y-guying system on the telescopic boom, considerably higher lifting capacities are achieved.

The new Liebherr LTM 1750-9.1 replaces the existing 800 tonne crane in the fleet, which was delivered in 2013. Besides improved lifting capacities, the new crane has an enhanced engine performance, further reducing emissions. The new Likufix® quick connection system offers efficiency improvements in fuel consumption and reduces the required time for (de)mobilisation of the crane.

With the handover of the new 800 ton crane, Boekestijn Crane Hire has further enhanced its fleet and is looking forward to the future with confidence. By continuous investment in new equipment, projects can be executed flexible, efficiently and under the best possible environmental footprint. Besides the investment in a new 800 ton crane, recently a new 56m truck mounted aerial work platform has been delivered. A new 300 ton mobile crane, multiple 80 ton cranes and two mobile tower cranes are expected to come into service later in 2022.

Boekestijn Crane Hire is a family-owned company, active in all aspects of horizontal and vertical transport since its founding in 1943. Located close to Rotterdam, it is renowned for its flexible and active approach to its clients. These vary from civil construction, telecom, (petrochemical) industries, onshore and offshore wind, ports and government agencies.



Source Boekestijn

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