ALL purchases Liebherr LR 11000 crawler

By Hannah Sundermeyer16 August 2021

The Liebherr LR 11000 lattice boom crawler features a 1,200-ton capacity and 551 feet of main boom.

Next spring, the ALL Family of Companies takes delivery of what will immediately become the largest crane in its fleet, the company said.

ALL’s 1,200-ton Liebherr LR 11000 arrives in spring.

The Liebherr LR 11000 lattice boom crawler features a 1,200-ton capacity and 551 feet of main boom. It’s suitable for all types of work including infrastructure, wind power, and industrial construction and maintains strength even in constricted working conditions.

“As wind towers have gotten taller and plants have become more sprawling, the need for a big crane with high capacities and extended reach has become clear,” said Rick Mikut, crawler crane division manager, ALL. “The Liebherr LR 11000 offers exactly what these and other customers have been looking for.”

Mikut adds that the crane’s high capacity allows it to easily accommodate load restrictions standard in many sectors. “Even at 50% to 70% of load, the LR 11000 offers plenty of capacity to make the big lifts,” said Mikut.

The Liebherr LR 11000 is scheduled to be delivered to ALL late spring 2022. With transport weights that can be reduced to 45 tons and a transport width of 11 and a half feet, it will easily deploy across ALL’s North American footprint.

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