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Liebherr launches LTM 1300-6.4 at Intermat 2024

Liebherr launches the LTM 1300-6.4 all-terrain crane at Intermat 2024 in Paris.

Liebherr has announced the fourth iteration of its six-axle, 300-tonne crane, revealing the LTM 1300-6.4 to the crane industry at Intermat 2024 in Paris.

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The crane features Liebherr’s all new LICCON3 control system, becoming the third machine in the LTM series to be equipped with the latest Liebherr technology.

The third generation of the LICCON control system (Liebherr Computed Control) is based on proven operation, but with new software and programming language as well as a faster data bus, more memory and higher computing power. Crane operators who are familiar with the previous control system will quickly and easily get to grips with the new version, as the recognition value is very high.

Proven hardware components, such as the mobile operating and display unit BTT, have been adopted. The touchscreen function on the large new display in the superstructure cab means that, according to Liebherr, it is now even easier and more comfortable to control. The way in which the information is shown has also been revised and simplified. In addition, LICCON3 cranes are prepared for telemetry and fleet management as standard. In the future, crane contractors will be able to view and evaluate all the relevant data using the MyLiebherr customer portal.


Furthermore, the crane is coming with a new driver’s cabin and crane cab; the modern design features premium materials and timeless lines as well as delivering a whole host of improvements for the crane driver. These include a new multifunction steering wheel, side roller blind on the driver’s door, improved instruments and modules as well as new displays.

A completely new, modern automatic heating and air-conditioning system in both the driver’s cab and the crane operator’s cab ensures a high level of comfort, according to the German manufacturer. A sun sensor detects strong sunshine and automatically adjusts the heating settings. The lighting packages for the crane cab, the superstructure, the rear of the vehicle, the front headlights and the telescopic boom as well as the lattice fly jib have been optimised and can be operated with LEDs.

The fourth iteration of the LTM 1300 comes after the LTM 1300-6.3 was launched to the world in 2022 featuring a best-in-show 90m telescopic boom – the longest among cranes on six axles.

With the launch of the LTM 1300-6.4, none of the parameters or specifications have changed, meaning the crane is still suited for jobs requiring a fast-erecting machine with a high capacity at large hoist heights and steep boom angle, such as tower crane erection and wind turbine maintenance.

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