ConExpo: Liebherr to showcase 30+ vehicles in Vegas


Appearing under the motto, ‘On your site’, Liebherr’s presence at Conexpo 2023 offers visitors the unique opportunity to discover the latest developments from the areas of construction machines, cranes, material handling technology and components.

‘On your site’ represents Liebherr’s promise to be at the customers’ side around the world at all times – whether it is directly on the construction site with high-quality machines or through individual advice, global services and comprehensive solutions.

The Liebherr booths at Conexpo offer space for more than 30 exhibits on a total exhibition area of almost 60,500 ft² (~ 5,600 m²) (Festival Grounds, booth F9253). The area was enlarged by approximately 7.200 ft² (~ 670 m²) due to the addition of a demo area, where Liebherr will show its machines in action for the first time at Conexpo. Numerous new products and developments from the areas of construction machines, cranes and material handling technology are on display. In addition, Liebherr presents the latest innovations from its components product segment in the South Hall (booth S80821).

The TA 230 Litronic from the new generation of articulated dump trucks, has been redeveloped from scratch not only featuring a new design. The machine was unveiled to the U.S. market during Liebherr USA, Co’s Customer Day event in May of 2022 and it is now introduced to the rest of the North American market at Conexpo 2023. The TA 230 Litronic showcases performance, efficiency and utmost comfort.

With the two material handling machines, the LH 30 M Industry Litronic and the LH 60 M Industry Litronic, Liebherr will present two models specifically designed for scrap handling. The handling of scrap steel and other metals is one of the toughest applications in industrial material handling which requires high-performance and economical material handlers.

Likewise, Liebherr’s Generation 8 crawler excavators have proven as top performers since their market launch in the USA at Conexpo 2020: The machines with proven technology have fully established themselves on the US market. The R 924 and R 945A feature higher engine power, a larger counterweight in conjunction with higher bucket capacities and increased digging and pulling forces – special characteristics of the Generation 8 crawler excavators compared to their predecessors.

The concrete technology product segment is launching US sales of an exhibit that combines the most efficient technologies in a compact machine. The new 36 XXT truck mounted concrete pump comes equipped with the advantages of a new five-part folding boom with the Powerbloc drive unit and the semi-closed oil circuit. The 36 XXT is a versatile machine including multiple comfort and safety enhancing factors, such as ergonomic access steps and simplified accessibility. An extremely compact assembly with no boom overhang at the rear ensures high maneuverability in confined spaces. A major highlight of the new 36 XXT is Liebherr’s newly developed “Powerbloc” pump drive unit that is characterized by the fact that all hydraulic switching and measuring elements are fully integrated.

In response to market needs, Liebherr´s mobile and crawler cranes will present the new LR 1400 SX which extends its range of crawler cranes. For Conexpo, the LR 1400 SX is fitted with a 134,514 ft (41 m) main boom and a 144,357 ft (44 m) luffing jib. With the compact transport weight of 50,706 USt (46 t), the complete crane can be transported easily between jobsites. Whether expanding the infrastructure with bridges or tunnels, constructing stadiums or factories with steel or precast concrete elements, working in the energy sector or lifting work on high buildings – this versatile and highly efficient machine is useful in the most diverse work applications.

Also from the area of cranes, Liebherr will show ‘The master of all roads’: a mobile crane that takes the combination of mobility, economy and performance to a new level. The LTM 1100-5.3 offers a powerful 203 ft (62 m) telescopic boom and carries up to 37,250 lbs (16.9 t) of ballast with a 26,450 lbs (12 t) axle load on public roads. The new crane also provides economical mobility worldwide as it can travel with an axle load of only 19,840 lbs (9 t).



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