Singapore rental company LH Construction and Machinery Leasing, a subsidiary of Lian Hup Brother (LHB), has taken delivery of the first 300 tonne Liebherr LTM1300-6.2 in Asia, as well as two 185ft JLG 1850SJ self-propelled boom lifts.
The six-axle LTM1300 features a 78 metre main boom, a 70 metre luffing jib and a single engine concept which provides the power for the carrier as well as when driving the crane superstructure via a combination of mechanical shafts.
LHB chairman Chua Kim Seng, said: “We are very impressed with the single engine technology as well as its strong load chart compared to the competing models. Our experience with Liebherr cranes has been excellent, and Liebherr has always been a preferred choice for us for the All Terrain cranes.”
The company has also taken delivery of two JLG 1850SJ self-propelled boom lifts which offer a working height of 58.5 metres and a maximum outreach of 24.4 metres with a platform capacity of 227kg. Maximum platform capacity is 454kg.
Allan Chua, chief executive of LH Construction and Machinery Leasing, added: “When we first started our rental business in 2007, we have been diligently working to provide the best equipment for our customers. The orders of both Liebherr LTM1300-6.2 and JLG1850s have reaffirmed our commitment in bringing most advanced equipment for our customers and tethered towards solid and massive success.”
Established in 1968 LHB specialises in the import and export of heavy machinery. Its subsidiary, LH Construction and Machinery Leasing, operates a rental fleet of more than 2000 units, including cranes, aerial work platforms, telehandlers and other construction equipment.