ALL celebrates handover of 1,000th LTM 1200-5.1

By Hannah Sundermeyer06 May 2019

Representatives from Liebherr and the ALL Family of Companies recently celebrated a milestone – the handover of the 1,000th LTM 1200-5.1 mobile crane ever produced. Based in Cleveland, OH, the ALL Family of Companies is the largest privately-owned crane rental and sales organization in North America, with 36 branches operating under multiple names – ALL, Central, Dawes, Jeffers and ALT. The safety, product quality and flexibility of the LTM 1200-5.1 were major criteria behind ALL’s purchasing decision, the company said. 


Members of the Liebherr and All Crane team recently celebrated the handover of the 1,000th LTM 1200-5.1. From left are Brian Peretin, Liebherr’s general manager of sales for mobile and crawler cranes; Reinhold Breitenmoser, regional sales manager for Liebherr Werk, Ehingen, Germany; Michael Liptak, CEO and president of ALL Crane; Lawrence Liptak, corporate controller, ALL Crane.

In 2005, Liebherr launched a mobile crane with the longest telescopic boom in the 5-axle class in the form of the LTM 1200-5.1. It is 236 feet long and can also be extended with lattice booms. This means that the 430,000 pound crane can reach hook heights of up to 331 feet and radii of up to 263 feet. Over one thousand LTM 1200-5.1 cranes have now been sold around the world, making it one of the most successful cranes in the 5-axle class.

At its launch, the LTM 1200-5.1 was the first mobile crane in the world to feature pneumatic disc brakes. The pneumatic disc brake was installed in the crane axles after joint development between Liebherr and its system partners. Compared to the previously conventional drum brakes, disc brakes delivered improved braking performance and also enhanced braking control and the track stability of the vehicle. Longer maintenance intervals and shorter working times for changing the pads also meant improved economy, the company said. 

“We’re committed to having the best crane rental fleet in the North American market,” said Michael Liptak, president and CEO, ALL Family of Companies.“To that end, we invest with Liebherr because your engineering excellence matches the excellence we bring to customer job sites. We look for equipment that maximizes road-worthiness, mobility, and efficiency. Our partnership with Liebherr is as much about your machines as your people and, in both cases, you help us deliver the right bundle of value, lift capacity, and flexibility – second only to safety.”

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