SAL adds 3 new vessels to it’s fleet

SAL Heavy Lift is expanding its fleet with three heavy lift vessels with 800t lifting capacity in early 2020. They will serve breakbulk and heavy lift clients on the world markets via SALs well known Semi-Liner Service, but will also potentially offer new service options. When the new year 2020

Rune Birkeland resigns as CEO of G2 Ocean

Rune Birkeland is announcing his resignation from the role as Chief Executive Officer of G2 Ocean. He will be replaced by Chief Commercial Officer Arthur English as of 1 January 2020. Rune Birkeland is announcing that he is resigning from the role as Chief Executive Officer of G2

SAL Introduces New Emission Reduction System

SAL Heavy Lift, a global carrier specialized in sea transport of heavy lift and project cargo, said that it has become the first shipping company in the world to introduce hydrogen/methanol emission reduction technology to its fleet. The Harren & Partner Group company said in a press

Stephen Harvey takes top cargo position at UK airport

East Midlands Airport, the largest dedicated air cargo operation in the United Kingdom, has named Stephen Harvey vice president of cargo. He is expected to leverage his airline experience and relationships to help the airport attract new business. Harvey joins the airport authority from CargoLogicManagement (CLM), the

Clever solution provided by Mammoet

The shoulders are located between the crossovers, giving motorists and first responders a safe place to pull over when there are breakdowns or accidents. This endeavor is considered the most significant improvement to the almost 24-mile-long bridge since the second span was completed in 1969.

Plans for Antwerp XL 2020 are here

Antwerp XL, the world’s only event dedicated exclusively to maritime breakbulk, will have an expanded show floor and an even greater international audience when it returns to the Port of Antwerp on 21st-23rd April 2020. The inaugural exhibition and conference, held at the largest breakbulk and steel port

Antonov not comfortable with Volga-Dnepr’s struggle

Antonov Airlines is certainly not enjoying watching the current struggles of its former partner, Volga-Dnepr, in a market that has been soft for everyone in the oversized cargo industry for a while now. Volga-Dnepr reported last month it was grounding two of its AN-124s. But that will have no real