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Wittrock and Ulferts groups order another mobile crane package from Liebherr

The Wittrock, Ulferts, and Ulferts & Wittrock groups are modernising their mobile crane fleets

This corporate network regularly orders mobile crane packages from Liebherr

The order includes crane types equipped with the new LICCON3 mobile crane control

Dozens of branches throughout Germany, long-established companies, well-known names in the crane, heavy haulageand work platform industry such as Herrmann & Wittrock, Titschkus & Wittrock, Ulferts, and Ulferts & Wittrock – at the end of last year, this corporate network once again ordered a crane package from Liebherr. Around 50 mobile cranes with three to six axles will be delivered to various locations throughout Germany from spring to autumn.

Ehingen (Donau) (Germany), 28 February 2024 – "These three independent groups of companies have traditionally worked closely together: the Wittrock Group, the Ulferts Group and the Ulferts & Wittrock Group," explains Temmo Niekamp, who is Managing Director of the Ulferts Group alongside Hermann Ulferts. Together with Marcus Wittrock, he also manages the Ulferts & Wittrock Group. Marcus Wittrock is also Managing Director of the Wittrock Group alongside Oliver Herrmann.

Fleet modernisation

The companies in the group regularly order mobile cranes from Liebherr. The latest package includes around 50 cranes with three to five axles from the LTM series as well as units from the compact LTC 1050-3.1. Marcus Wittrock says: "We want to impress our customers by using modern equipment. It's therefore important for us to regularly procure new cranes that are at the cutting edge of mobile crane technology. Liebherr has been a trustworthy partner for us for many years. We decided to go ahead with the new purchases, even though the current economic trends in Germany are not viewed positively. However, we are taking a long-term approach and showing courage and confidence in our industry."

Oliver Herrmann adds: "New cranes also relieve the burden on the workshops in the branches. We are currently replacing cranes built in 2019. This means that hardly any of our cranes are more than four years old. Demand for new cranes also arises due to new projects and site expansions, such as in Bayreuth and Schwedt, as well as new locations, including Halle." "Some of the new machines are also intended for Wittrock-Trading," reports Marcus Wittrock.

The new orders also include mobile cranes equipped with the new LICCON3 control: the LTM 1100-5.3 and LTM 1110-5.2 cranes were ordered with extensive equipment, such as a central lubrication system in the chassis, LED driving lights, a central locking system with radio key, a rear-view camera and a lighting package.


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