ALL Adds Five Liebherr All-Terrain Cranes to Fleet
With utilization at the highest levels in years, the ALL Family of Companies announced it has purchased five Liebherr all-terrain mobile cranes: two LTM 1220-5.2, two LTM 1100-4.2, and one LTM 1350-6.1 models.
The 265-ton, five-axle LTM 1220-5.2 is engineered for maximum lifting performance. The total weight of the crane is fully utilized to optimize load capacities. With a 44- to 197-foot telescopic boom extension and a 40- to 141-foot long folding fly-jib system, the LTM 1220-5.2 sets the standard when it comes to lifting height and boom length.
The 110-ton LTM 1100-4.2 is a top-capacity member of the four-axle mobile crane class. The 38- to 197-foot telescopic boom can be extended by lattice boom parts and a double 35- to 108-foot swing-away jib.
The 400-ton LTM 1350-6.1, the largest of this mid-range package, sets the benchmark for the six-axle crane class. Introduced at CONEXPO 2011, it features a 49- to 230-foot telescoping boom and 20- to 256-foot lattice jib. It’s a workhorse designed to provide high capacities at long extended telescopic boom lengths.
“These cranes will make an immediate impact, particularly for our thriving daily rentals,” says Michael Liptak, president of the ALL Family of Companies. He adds, “We are seeing an uptick in extended rentals as the thawing economy improves. But daily rentals are surging, and these mid-capacity 100- to 400-ton Liebherrs will immediately start serving customer needs, giving us a boost as we expand our footprint with new branches.”