The Liebherr Group now comprises over 130 companies in more than 50 countries on every continent and it is still managed by the Liebherr family.
In the field of oil and gas production, heavy lift and subsea, Liebherr offers a variety of offshore cranes to meet the requirements of the market. Liebherr offshore cranes are able to handle loads of up to 2.000 t and can operate in water depths of up to 3.600 m. The product range includes ram and rope luffing models, conventional and kingpost machines, and can be configured to suit the most hazardous production areas, whether on fixed or floating installations.
The direct link of our production side in Rostock to the Baltic Sea provides the best logistic condition - above all for worldwide sales of large equipment. Additionally, the location contributes to the Group strengthening its international market position in maritime cranes.
Mast type crane, type MTC 6000
With a maximum lifting capacity of 150 tonnes and an outreach of up to 72 metres, the MTC 6000 is one of the largest and most powerful machines in its series in the classic design. This makes the crane an ideal and reliable partner for dynamic lifting in offshore applications.
Board offshore crane, type BOS 35000
The BOS 35000 was designed especially for heavy-duty applications in combination with large lifting heights and for loads up to 1,000 tonnes. Its main applications include the installation of offshore wind parks and the handling of heavy and large components for oil and gas platforms.
Ram luffing crane, type RL 1500
The RL 1500 is characterised by its compact design with a low installation height. The maximum load-bearing capacity of 40 tonnes and an outreach of up to 42 metres make this crane a reliable and maintenance-friendly machine for floating storage vessels or jack-up platforms.
Liebherr-MCCtec Rostock GmbH
Phone: +49 381 6006-0
Fax: +49 381 6006-3999
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