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Three more Liebherr LTRs for Select

UK based Select Plant Hire has taken delivery of three Liebherr LTR telescopic crawler cranes - a 60 tonne LTR 1060, 100 tonne LTR 1100 and 220 tonne LTR 1220 - all with the latest Stage V diesel power units.

Select already runs a significant number of Liebherr telescopic crawlers in its 66 strong crawler crane fleet, and is looking to add more units that meet the lower emission level, increasingly required within major cities - see: Eight new crawler cranes for Select.

The LTR 1060 is equipped with a 40 metre main boom, a 2.5 metre assembly jib and a 9.5 to 16 metres bi-fold swingaway extension to provide a maximum tip height of almost 59 metres, while the LTR 1100 has a 52 metre main boom and a 10.6 to 18.9 metre bi-fold extension. Finally the LTR 1220 features a 60 metre main boom plus 12.2 to 22.2 metre swingaway, which can be extended with two seven metre lattice sections.

Select Plant Hire is the specialist equipment rental division of UK contractor Laing O’Rourke and operates from locations across the country. The new cranes are part of a significant investment in new equipment as Select continue to look to provide their customers with the most modern equipment possible.
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(L-R) Richard Everist of Liebherr with Nick Hooper and Eddie Carr from Select

Select’s product leader Nick Hooper said: “By modernising our fleet, we are able to ensure that our equipment performs to a high standard environmentally whilst maintaining high levels of productivity. There really is a drive to modernise the construction industry and we are taking all the possible steps we can in order to support our customers in delivering the UK’s key infrastructure projects. In the coming months, we are looking to get as much feedback as possible from our operators and clients about the new fleet, so that we can ensure that it is performing as expected."

In the last issue of Cranes & Access, we caught up with Mark Herlihy from Select Plant to find out more about the company's latest enhanced slinger training programme:


Nice pieces of kit.

Nov 30, 2020