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Liebherr features at Humboldt Forum

Thursday, 30 July 2020 ( #985 ) - Berlin, Germany
Mobi-Hub's  LTM 1500-8.1 crowns the Humboldt Forum in the centre of Berlin
Mobi-Hub's LTM 1500-8.1 crowns the Humboldt Forum in the centre of Berlin
A Liebherr LTM 1500-8.1 recently completed a job in the centre of Berlin in front of a large crowd, placing the magnificent cupola on the new Humboldt Forum. The reconstructed cupola is decorated with eight angel figures and palm leaves, as well as a lantern and a golden cross. The reconstruction of the destroyed Berlin Palace has been undertaken to restore Berlin's historic cityscape. The crane was supplied by Mobile-Hubtechnik Kranarbeiten und Transporte (Mobi-Hub) to assist with the restoration which began in 2013. The LTM 1500-8.1 was set up with a 42 m luffing lattice jib and 90 T of ballast to enable it to hoist the filigree load weighing 9 T to a height of 70 m. Mobi-Hub is based in Berlin and, in addition to its crane rental services, it also increasingly provides planning, logistics and completion services for industrial and construction projects. The crane service provider has a workforce of around 80 people.

Fact of the week

During the 1912 Stockholm Olympics, Japanese athlete Shizo Kanakuri abandoned the marathon but failed to notify race officials. They considered him missing until 1967, when they found he was alive. He was offered the opportunity to complete his run, which he accepted and completed the marathon in 54 years, 8 months, 6 days, 5 hours, 32 minutes and 20.3 seconds.
Inside Rome's Secure Vault for Stolen Art
Some of the art is real, some fake, but all items stored in the vault had a brush with the criminal underworld.

Fact of the week

During the 1912 Stockholm Olympics, Japanese athlete Shizo Kanakuri abandoned the marathon but failed to notify race officials. They considered him missing until 1967, when they found he was alive. He was offered the opportunity to complete his run, which he accepted and completed the marathon in 54 years, 8 months, 6 days, 5 hours, 32 minutes and 20.3 seconds.
Inside Rome's Secure Vault for Stolen Art
Some of the art is real, some fake, but all items stored in the vault had a brush with the criminal underworld.

Fact of the week

During the 1912 Stockholm Olympics, Japanese athlete Shizo Kanakuri abandoned the marathon but failed to notify race officials. They considered him missing until 1967, when they found he was alive. He was offered the opportunity to complete his run, which he accepted and completed the marathon in 54 years, 8 months, 6 days, 5 hours, 32 minutes and 20.3 seconds.
Inside Rome's Secure Vault for Stolen Art
Some of the art is real, some fake, but all items stored in the vault had a brush with the criminal underworld.