SAL signs up for new ships

Project cargo shipping specialist SAL Heavy Lift has signed building contracts for four firm and two optional new generation ships with Wuhu Shipyard, China. Scheduled for delivery starting in mid-year 2024, the first two ships of the Orca Class will be exclusively involved in the transportation of offshore wind turbine components in a long-term commitment with Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy. Two additional sister vessels will enter the market to serve the ... [+]

More ships for heavylift line

Project shipping line SAL Heavy Lift is adding three heavy lift vessels with 800t lifting capacity to its fleet in early 2020. They will be used on the carrier’s semi-liner service between Europe and the Far East, and the recently introduced Africa service, but will also potentially offer new service ... [+]

Boom time for heavylift line

Specialist shipping line SAL Heavy Lift is offering a highly configurable crane boom extension offering unrivalled lifting height and applicability. The Fly Jib has been designed for the cranes of SAL’s Type 183 vessels (MV Lone & MV Svenja) and can be installed on each of their main cranes’ booms. ... [+]

advert 3