Heavy haulage South Africa

A common job in the heavy haulage business is the road transport of heavy machines. This can be very special when the machines are actually mobile and could travel on own wheels, just like cranes. But though mobile cranes can travel on their own, it is easier and cheaper sometimes to transport them piggyback. Especially in larger countries, where far distance travels between two job sites are necessary, cranes are often transported by heavy haulage companies.

Heavy haulage of Liebherr LTM 1750-9.1 carrier from Sarens in South Africa

Liebherr LTM 1750-9.1 deliveries

Liebherr LTM 1750-9.1 on Liebherr crane days in June 2012The Liebherr LTM 1750-9.1 is the latest addition to the all terrain crane range of Liebherr cranes in Ehingen. It was shown in iron for the first time during the official Liebherr crane days in June 2012.

The LTM 1750 back then was part of the dynamic crane presentation in the Ehingen plant and was also on display on the crane parade in Breuer & Wasel painting.

The Liebherr LTM 1750-9.1 is a telescopic mobile crane with a 52 m long main boom. The maximum lifting capacity is 750 metric tonnes at a working radius of 3 m. The maximum lifting height of approx. 156 m can be reached with the use of 91 m luffing jib and an additional 10 m telescopic boom extension. Also available is a fixed jib with a maximum length of 62 meters.

Crane load charts for Toggenburger

Customized crane load charts for Toggenburger In the past I often had the impression that the crane hire business in general was not too much turned towards the Internet. Many crane hire websites were more looking like stuck in the first sketch instead of being a part of a professional corporate branding.

Nowadays a growing number of crane companies has discovered the importance of the corporate website as a relevant sales channel. You find more and more crane hire companies update and relaunch their websites. Many of them also include social media channels like Twitter or Facebook for spreading news and information about the company and their work. Though many corporate websites now shine in a nice (corporate) design, prepared to offer and sale their service, there is one thing on many websites that always makes me wonder.

Heavy Haulage UK

The heavy haulage business in the UK offers you a large choice of specialised heavy transport companies throughout England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. Well known and worldwide operating companies as well as small family owned transport companies bring a large fleet of heavy haulage trailers, prime movers, drawbar and modular trailers into operation. Each company will prepare and execute your heavy haulage in the United Kingdom carefully and secure with the required attention and according to the local road regulations.

Mobile and tower crane guide for Breuer & Wasel

Mobile and tower crane guide for Breuer & WaselIn midth of January one of the biggest mobile and tower crane hire companies in Germany took delivery of their new and updated crane guide. The previous issue was printed and delivered back in 2007 so it was no more up to date.

Breuer & Wasel is one of our very early customers. The first handbook we have set up in Adobe Pagemaker many years ago. In order to give the new crane guide a nicer look, we have transferred the complete content to InDesign now and gave it a decent face lift. The real nice design of the cover and some other parts of the content was created by Wasel's new advertising agency.

The new Breuer & Wasel crane guide contains load charts and specifications for:

Heavy Haulage Australia

Heavy haulage in Australia demands a great deal on men and machines. Due to the oftentimes long transport distances and the extreme climate conditions down under the heavy transport equipment is exposed to a high deterioration and stress. Therefore the Australian heavy haulers need to run a specialised fleet of real robust heavy machinery for all transport needs.