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Intermat Preview

The Liebherr Group will occupy the largest open air stand at Intermat. The display will be hard to miss since the company will be showing models from all its crane ranges; tower cranes, mobile cranes, hydraulic crawler cranes and lift cranes.

The company will also be showing a cross-section of its hydraulic excavator range including, for the first time in Europe, the 113t 974B Litronic - billed as the world's largest wheeled excavator. The four axled machine has been designed for handling industrial materials.

Also making its first European appearance is the 118t R 984C tracked excavator and these giants will be accompanied by two further wheeled and three tracked models.

Tower cranes will include three new models; the 120K fast erecting crane, the MK80 mobile construction crane and the 90 LD top slewing crane. Also due to be exhibited is the company's Teleservice system which stores all the mechanical data from the unit and allows it to be accessed by radio.

Latest model from the company's hydraulic lift crane range is the 135t capacity LR 1125. And completing the line-up from the Liebherr crane division will be three mobile cranes with capacities of 60t, 100t and 300t.

Liebherr is also showing dozers and tracked loaders, together with four models from the wheeled loader programme. Concrete mixing technology will also be represented, and the surprise exhibit will be a prototype telescopic handler shown for the first time in public.

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