SAL's MV Wiebke is still going strong after 21 years in operation. Here she is discharging tower sections in Grangemouth, United Kingdom.
MV Wiebke is currently involved in the heavy lift
SAL's ice-class vessel MV Klara recently transported LNG project equipment from Masan and Pyongtaek, South Korea to Murmansk, Russia.
In total, SAL has supported the LNG project with the shipment of
Today, Jumbo Shipping and SAL Heavy Lift, commence operations with their joint venture as the Jumbo-SAL-Alliance. Combining their fleets and all commercial activities, SAL and Jumbo are gearing up to
From 01 March 2021, Intermarine and SAL Heavy Lift will establish a new joint office in São Paulo.
Intermarine Brazil and SAL Heavy Lift Brazil will open their doors together in
As Commercial Agent for Pan Ocean in agreed European countries, SAL employed their semi-submersible MV Sun Rise to carry a 1,630 tonne pre-piling template (PPT) from the Netherlands to Singapore.
Since 1980 SAL has grown from being a heavy lift company, into a multi-brand corporation that still operates three separate entities: SAL Heavy Lift, SAL Engineering, and the newest member
SAL Heavy lift's MV Lone has just completed the discharge of 9 monopiles in snow-covered Akita, Japan for the Akita Offshore Wind Farm.
According to SAL, each monopile was safely discharged
SAL Heavy Lift's MV Svenja was in Rostock, Germany this week, loading some huge monopiles for DEME Group for the Hornsea 2 Project.
DEME Group has employed SAL’s MV Svenja to
SAL Heavy Lift's MV Lone is currently transporting nine monopiles for the Akita Offshore Wind Farm Project, the first large-scale offshore wind farm in Japan.
SAL has been booked to