The All Terrain crane features an extra-long 60 metre telescopic main boom – one of the longest in its class, along with Liebherr’s VarioBase Plus support technology.
Liebherr’s VarioBase generates exceptional lifting capacities in the areas above the outriggers.
The machine can travel on UK roads complete with its 29-tonne counterweight whilst remaining within STGO regulations, removing the need for any additional ballast transport.
Managing Director of Cadman Cranes, Matt Waddingham, said: “2020 has certainly proved a worthy adversary so far, but I am really proud of what’s been achieved under these circumstances.
“In a very challenging environment, we have outperformed expectations which has allowed us to bring forward this investment and we are thrilled to be in a position to take ownership of the first 110t crane from Liebherr in the South of the country.
“We have always admired the quality of their machines – versatile, strong and innovative, loved by our customers, loved by our operators and I am very excited about seeing this new concept doing quality work across the region.
“At a time when a lot of companies must reconsider their investment plans, I am proud that Cadman Cranes can show this kind of commitment to the industry, our customers and the future”.
Cadman Cranes diverse fleet includes mobile cranes from 7 to 180 tonne capacity and a unique selection of mini cranes, compact crawler cranes, truck mounted Böcker cranes and specialist lifting equipment.