A pair of Liebherr three-axle cranes will boost Emerson’s range and help it remain one of the UK’s leading mobile crane providers in the South. The company, formed in 1991, continues to achieve success thanks to its broad catalogue of products that genuinely add value to customer ambitions alongside proven efficiency, quality and safety.
Its latest cranes are two Liebherr LTM 1060-3.1 all-terrain mobile cranes, the three-axle units benefiting from full specification which includes the safe-lifting control system VarioBase providing better overall management of the crane in spite of the specific set-up of the outriggers.
With a maximum lifting capacity of 60 tonnes, the LTM 1060-3.1 is great when operated at close radius with its five-section boom extending to 48 metres. Its ability to travel on UK roads is supported by its capacity to remain within STGO regulations even when carrying over a dozen tonnes of counterweight. Moreover, install the double fly jib and the maximum lifting height is increased to 63 metres.
The new cranes also benefit from Liebherr enhancements such as Kenwood radios and in-cab Bluetooth with external microphone. Emerson, which enjoys a strong relationship with Liebherr thanks to its attentive customer service and reliable product, gains from the crane-provider’s expertise across the earth-moving and material handling operation where it produces industry-leading mining and quarrying machinery, as well as ancillary equipment supporting its tower and mobile crane units.