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Liebherr delivers all-terrain unit to Poland

Poland’s Dźwigi Mazowsze Marcin Zielonka has taken delivery of a Liebherr LRT 1100-2.1 rough-terrain crane.

With a lifting capacity of 100 tonnes, the crane will be used at construction sites and refinery projects where space is restricted.

The construction industry is enjoying tremendous growth in Poland, according to the company’s managing director Marcin Zielonka. He added that the demand for cranes is correspondingly high.

Dźwigi Mazowsze Marcin Zielonka also plans to use the new LRT 1100-2.1 for road building and warehouse construction, where there is a greater need for off-road handling.

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