Maxim expands fleet with the Liebherr all-terrain cranes
By Hannah Sundermeyer26 September 2018
Liebherr delivers LTM 1500-8.1 to Maxim Crane Works, L.P.
The cranes’ multi-faceted attributes reinforced the purchasing decision for the company. The eight axle LTM 1500-8.1 features a removable telescopic boom that can reach up to 275 feet in length with a lattice-type luffing jib. Also on eight axles is the LTM 1450-8.1 which boasts a 278 foot removable telescopic boom. The simple set-up on site is one of the main features of the LTM 1450-8.1, making it ideal for traveling from job to job.
Maxim Crane Works is familiar with the power and reliability that comes with a Liebherr crane. The company currently owns over 100 Liebherr cranes ranging from a LTM 1160-5.1 to a LTM 1750-9.1. These cranes are used in the many industries they serve including power, commercial, industrial and telecommunications.
“Our team is constantly evaluating the needs of our customers. The addition of these large Liebherr All Terrain cranes along with the recently delivered LTM 1750-9.1 will provide the versatility that our customers need. These cranes will complement our industry leading fleet throughout the South-East and Texas to ensure that Maxim continues to deliver “best in class” equipment and service, said Randy Johnston, President of Maxim’s Central Region. “Liebherr has done an excellent job of producing heavy lift All Terrain cranes that are a core focus of our sales teams throughout the country, and we look forward to continuing to grow the fleet and work with the Liebherr team in this 8 and 9 axle class machine,” said Frank Bardonaro, COO for Maxim.
Maxim Crane has origins dating back to 1937 and has since built a Company which includes more than 40 acquisitions as part of their “Company of Families” The company has over 50 locations around the United States employing nearly 3,000 team members. .