TOC Europe: Liebherr presents LHM for Maritime Cargo Handling

21 June 2022

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Liebherr presented its new mobile harbour crane series LHM at TOC Europe Rotterdam last week, which is more digital, more automated and has a new look.

Here Philipp Helberg, senior marketing manage, Liebherr Maritime Cranes, presents its new features including; its crane control system, sensor technology and digital information transmission. In addition, the Liebherr hybrid system Pactronic and the driver's cab have been improved in line with customer needs.

 

 

Helberg explains; the Liebherr Pactronic 2.0 hybrid system represents the second generation of a hydraulic drive system using hybrid technology. An accumulator serves as an energy store and provides support when needed by supplying additional, temporarily stored power. The second generation of the Pactronic offers the operator a choice of two operating modes, depending on the current work situation:

The redesign of the LHM operator's cab focuses on the crane operator. Thanks to the coupling of joystick and armrest, it increases driver's comfort and the control of the crane becomes even more precise and safe. With the integrated touch panel, all crane functions can be selected clearly and intuitively, which simplifies the operation of the crane. A revised air-conditioning concept also increases the well-being of the operator, ensuring fogged windows are quickly dehumidified, for a clear view and more safety.

In other news, Liebherr has changed the homepage of the MyLiebherr online portal giving it a new look, with a modern design, intuitive user interface and clearly arranged homepage.

The MyLiebherr online portal Liebherr customers have access to information and services at any time of the day. It is available for products ranging from construction machines, mining equipment, mobile and crawler cranes, material handling technology, components to maritime cranes.

The redesign of the MyLiebherr homepage marks the start of a new phase in the further development of the portal. In addition, major parts of now have a mobile version.

In the coming months, numerous features for MyLiebherr will be gradually rolled out.