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    Liebherr develops a Remote Service tool leading to faster and easier troubleshooting

    Liebherr expands its digital product portfolio for crawler cranes, deep foundation equipment, and maritime cranes with the development of a Remote Service tool. This improves assistance through visual information and so leads to faster and easier troubleshooting. As part of an extended test phase, all customers will have free access to the new app until the end of 2020.

    Liebherr has developed a Remote Service tool that improves assistance through visual information, so leading to faster and easier troubleshooting. Audio and video calls, a chat function, screen sharing, image and document exchange, as well as whiteboarding functions are some of the features that have been integrated into the tool. These enable real-time, fast, and effective customer support from Liebherr experts worldwide.

    Throughout the last 12 months, Liebherr has tested the tool in remote locations and challenging situations in order to meet and adapt to customer requirements. During this phase, a lot of experience has been gained and a high level of positive feedback has been received.

    External factors such as the current pandemic have proven how indispensable the Remote Service tool can be. In April this year, Liebherr’s major customer Adani Murmugao Port Terminal Pvt. Ltd. required immediate assistance for one of their Liebherr machines; however, attendance on site was not permissible. Using Remote Service the Liebherr engineers instructed the Adani staff on how to remove the defect pump, inspected the condition of the gearbox remotely, and then guided the site staff through the installation of the new pump. Manguesh Sangodkar, Head of Engineering at Adani Murmugao Port Terminal Pvt. Ltd. wrote in appreciation of the new tool, “The way you plan the job through Remote Service, communicate and execute with your highly professional and technically efficient engineering team is great. In light of your impeccable services, we would like to continue our association with you for the years to come.”

    Liebherr has tested the tool in remote locations and challenging situations in order to meet and adapt to customer requirements.

    Due to the current pandemic situation worldwide, Liebherr has decided to accelerate the market launch of Remote Service in terms of an extended test phase. This means all Liebherr customers now have the opportunity to use the Remote Service App free of charge until the end of 2020. A laptop, tablet, or smartphone and an internet connection are all that is needed.

    In addition to Remote, Service Liebherr offers a number of digital solutions that make the daily job site planning, operation, and service considerably easier. Amongst others, these include Crane Planner 2.0, the fleet and plant management system LiDAT, the online portal MyLiebherr, to name but a few.

    Sofia Davalle
    Editor at Australia HeavyQuip ournal