Udvikling og produktion af komplette løsninger

Liftra designer, producerer og leverer skræddersyede løsninger til specielle løfte- og transportopgaver i vindmøllebranchen. Vores speciale er udvikling af udstyr der løser de specifikke udfordringer som den enkelte kunde står over for.

I Liftra er det vores ambition at levere teknologi der sænker prisen på vindenergi for vindmølleejere verden over. Vindenergi er af afgørende betydning for en bæredygtig fremtid, og vi kæmper for at branchen kan udnytte vinden til fulde.



    LinkedIn Company Updates

  • 11/2/2019view on linkedin


    This year’s AWEA Wind Project O&M and Safety conference in San Diego is just around the corner, and we will once again be present. It is an excellent forum to share ideas and discover trends in the operations and maintenance field.

    Swing by booth no. 63 to learn how our solutions reduce maintenance costs and optimize operations, especially on major component replacement. #OMS2019

  • 1/2/2019view on linkedin


    We are pleased to announce that Vestas has placed an order with us for 150 sets of Tower Stacking Frames. Production of the first batches is scheduled for early 2019, set for delivery shortly thereafter.

    Several OEMs in the industry deploy Liftra Tower Stacking Frames, as the system is universally compatible across all turbine brands with tower sections weighing up to 100 tons and a diameter of 2.3-5.0 meters. When stacked on the ship, they require limited space, which is key to reducing costs for the turbine manufacturer.

    Learn more about the system here:

  • 22/1/2019view on linkedin


    A Liftra Self-Hoisting Crane has been spotted on Google Maps. The crane sits atop a Siemens 2.3 MW turbine in North Dakota, and the photo clearly demonstrates the equipment's tiny onsite footprint. The only vehicles needed to replace a gearbox are parked next to the turbine:
    • The crane container to the north
    • A flatbed for the gearboxes to the east

    The Liftra Self-Hoisting Crane is a cost-effective, flexible and mobile alternative to large conventional cranes for major component replacement.

    Read more about the solution here: