The Airbus design and manufacturing site in Bremen has installed a hot water tank with a volume of around 300 cu m to expand the capacity of its heating power plant. Sommer Kranverleih dispatched its latest mobile crane to the aircraft manufacturer in the form of the LTM 1300-6.2. To make it easier to transport the 22 m tank was delivered upside down on a low loader. That meant that the hot water tank was first placed on large rollers and then turned into position. The mobile crane then hoisted the tank on to a prepared foundation. When picking up the load the 300-tonne crane was set to the largest radius it required for this job 14 m. Sommer took delivery of one of the first models of the new LTM 1300-6.2 in autumn last year. Since then it has used the crane universally. It is just as a set-up crane at wind turbine plants, at steel and concrete construction sites and also for job like this at Airbus. The LTM 1300-6.2 has also been configured with a luffing jib on several occasions.