The Erectors buy Liebherr LTM 1300-6.3

28 July 2023

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Canadian crane company The Erectors buy 300 tonne capacity, 90 metre long telescopic boom mobile crane.

Crane rental company The Erectors Hoisting and Rigging Inc. has added a new six-axle Liebherr LTM 1300-6.3 to its fleet. The crane has the longest boom in its class that can be carried at a 12 tonne axle load.

The Erectors will use it for erecting and dismantling tower cranes and as a taxi crane in crane rental.

“The LTM 1300-6.3 complements our fleet perfectly,” said Justin Tabani from The Erectors. “The 300-tonne crane is a crane of the future and makes our fleet even more innovative. We chose this Liebherr mobile crane because it is simply the best in its class.”

With lattice extensions, it allows a maximum hook height of 120 metres and a maximum boom radius of 94 metres.

Integrated features include: ECOmode, ECOdrive, VarioBase Plus, VarioBallast, Auto-Ballast, single-engine concept, and wind speed load charts.

“We chose a Liebherr machine because of the company’s commitment to their customers and the industry, and the fact that they continue to make their already excellent products even better,” said Jeffrey Burke from The Erectors.

“We can also depend on reliable service backed up by more than 70 years of industry experience,” added Marco Ottorino from The Erectors.

Marco Ottorino, Jeffrey Burke and Justin Tabani founded The Erectors Hoisting and Rigging Inc. which operates across Southern Ontario.

From left to right: Lee Spalding (Liebherr Canada), the three managing directors of The Erectors: Justin Tabani, Jeffrey Burke, Marco Ottorino, and Simon Schuster (Liebherr-Werk Ehingen)