Qube Ports has brought a Liebherr mobile harbour crane to improve operating capacity at the Port of Bell Bay in Tasmania, Australia.
Second-hand harbour equipment company Bendezu Port Equipment has sold a LIEBHERR LHM 150 harbour mobile crane on behalf of a Polish port, moving it to Portugal.
Alex Hughes finds out if improved remote monitoring tools are making redundancy redundant
Scotland’s largest container facility, the Port of Grangemouth, has ordered a new multimillion pound ship-to-shore container crane from Liebherr as part of a major investment programme designed to increase handling capacity and customer service.
Saqr Port Authority has signed a contract for two Liebherr mobile harbour cranes LHM 800, in bulk handling configuration.
Manufacturing giant, Liebherr, has presented the LH 110 C High Rise Port Litronic material handler at construction trade fair, bauma 2016.
Liebherr is extending its product range of IT tools and services with the launch of the LiDAT smartApp, a telematic system that promises to optimise the cargo handling performance of cranes and related processes by utilising big data analytics.
Two Liebherr super post-panamax ship-to-shore gantry cranes are destined for the Port of Tilbury, in the UK. The cranes are scheduled for delivery during the first quarter of 2010.
The Polish deepwater container terminal DCT Gdansk has boosted its handling capabilities with the commissioning of three new Liebherr rubber-tyred gantry cranes (RTGs).
As part of port expansion plans, Portroe Stevedores Ltd has taken delivery of six Liebherr rubber-tyred gantry (RTG) cranes for the Port of Dublin, Ireland.
A new ship-to-shore gantry crane has arrived at the Port of Liverpool for the Royal Seaforth Container Terminal where berthing for deep sea ships is to be increased by a third.
Liebherr's has unveiled a new Litronic control system that allows automatic tandem lifts with anti-collision or remote control options.
The time wasted in positioning containers can be a huge drain on crane resources. David Foxwell seeks advice on how to improve ship-to-shore crane operations
Felicity Landon finds out why these flexible friends have so much to offer to small and medium-sized ports.
The Danish port of Aabenraa bought a Liebherr LHM 320 in 2003. The new crane was equipped with a Peiner grab from SMAG in Germany, with a capacity of 14 cu metres for handling of gravel, sand and other materials.
Tracking the innovations and sales performance of the two principal mobile harbour crane (MHC) manufacturers can provide a useful correlation to the state of their diverse markets, as Nick Elliott reports.
MHC sales for bulk handling are on the increase and the deck crane has evolved into a land creature. Nick Elliott talks to Liebherr and Gottwald.
Liebherr has just launched its LRS 645 reachstacker - a new product line for the Austrian company. The machine' s most notable feature is its curve-shaped telescopic boom which gives it extra reach. Nick Elliott discovers more.
At anywhere upwards of $6m apiece, ship-to-shore container cranes don' t come cheap. So it' s hardly surprising that price is an issue in this specialist sector where a handful of European and Far Eastern manufacturers battle it out for market share. Nick Elliott reports.
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