Join us at Letsrecycle Live 15 & 16 September 2021
Liebherr has long been a front runner in developing specialist equipment for the waste and recycling sector. Visitors to the upcoming Letsrecycle Live event at the NAEC, Stoneleigh, Warwickshire will be able to experience a great a selection of these industry-leading machines.
The waste and recycling industry has grown rapidly over recent years. Liebherr has matched that expansion by continuing to build machines that are tailored to any application, from general waste handling to highly specialised recycling and recovery operations.
Machines from our telehandler, wheeled loader and material handler portfolios will be operating in the demonstration area. These will be supported by running commentaries on the benefits for waste industry users. Visitors can then have a closer look at the equipment on our stand and hospitality suite where there will be technical personnel available for further discussions and questions. Product specialists for each machine type will handle enquiries on specific options while representatives from our Aftersales Department and Used Equipment Department will also be on site.
Designed for faster cycles and greater handling capacities while raising the bar in power, reliability and fuel efficiency. Machine choice is as varied as the applications they are asked to perform, whether in a dusty indoor facility or sorting and loading in a large yard.
XPower wheeled loaders
Setting new benchmarks in performance, fuel economy, versatility and comfort. Power-split driveline ensures efficiency throughout all operations. Models for all size categories will cope with all types of materials with ease.
Versatility is the key for these machines which can be equipped with various attachments to move scrap, solid municipal waste, industrial waste, rubble and bulk materials. Their small turning radius and manoeuvrability makes them ideal tool for moving large volumes of material in restricted working environments.
Come and meet us on stand LD2.
For more information visit www.letsrecycle.live.