First Liebherr T 284 arrives in South America
The company’s industrial installations and the Rosario, Ujina and Huinquintipa deposits located in the Pica municipal district of Chile’s Tarapaca Region, form its Cordillera Area. From the Ujina sector, where the concentrator plant is also located, a 203-kilometer system of slurry pipelines transports copper concentrate to the Collahuasi Port Terminal in Punta Patache, 65 kilometers south of the city of Iquique, from where products are shipped to international markets.
Sustainability is the company’s central pillar and the framework which guides the way it does business, leading the company to choose Liebherr trucks. Combining the T 284’s efficient Litronic Plus AC drive system, high power engine and low gross vehicle weight, leads to fast haul cycle times with higher speeds on grade for top productivity.
Equipped for Extreme Geographical Conditions
At 4500 masl, the Collahuasi mine is the highest in the region. Unlike its competition, the T 284 is uniquely equipped with the Liebherr high altitude kit, allowing the truck to perform efficiently in these extreme geographical conditions, maintaining standard performance of the truck with similar availability and component life as trucks seen around the world.