After restructuring measures in a German shipyard at the North Sea, a previously used LIEBHERR mobile harbour crane, type LHM 400 with maximum capacity of 104 t and a maximum outreach of 48 m, was no longer needed. TEICHMANN CRANES could sell this rarely used crane (1.500 operated hours) manufactured in 2008 to Bulgaria. In future this crane will be used for container and bulk handling in the port of Burgas. An overhauled spreader and a new motorized clamshell grab were included in the scope of delivery. The intention was to load the crane with total weight of 410 t in one single piece and in fully operational condition. Loading with the help of usual heavy lift vessels would have required partial dismantling of the crane. In addition to that due to the adverse conditions on the bank of the Weser River a R0R0 loading was not possible. The loading and transport concept developed by TEICHMANN CRANES, taking into consideration the tides, allowed loading of the LHM 400 crane in one piece without dismantling of the counterweights. RORO unloading in Burgas was thus made sure. The local ENAK floating crane was used for loading the RoRo vessel CONDOCK V. After positioning of the LHM 400 to centimetre accuracy in the ship’s hull and after loading of the additionally delivered load attachment devices the sea-fastening was made with provision of a surveyor.