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Kranverleih Saller invests in Liebherr LTM 1400-7.1

April 2 - Liebherr recently invited a representative from Winh

Kranverleih Saller now has a fleet of 19 mobile cranes with lifting capacities of between 30 and 400 tonnes.

Johann Saller, managing partner of Kranverleih Saller stated: "One important criterion in deciding on Liebherr is the extraordinarily high quality of the products. Hand in hand with this is the consistently high market value of Liebherrcranes, which ensures good resale values."

Another point he makes is the excellent after-sales care, which provides for complete customer service, including fast spare parts deliveries within 24 hours and highly skilled repair services. "The contact people at Liebherr have years of experience and expert knowledge to draw on, and can be reached round the clock. Saller says that this is hugely important, because in the crane hire sector time really is money."

Kranverleih Saller will be celebrating its 25th anniversary this year.


Pictured from left to right: Wolfgang Sailer, Liebherr-Werk Ehingen with Johann Saller, Marco WöcherlNiko Saller and Johann Suttner, all from Kranverleih Saller.

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