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  • 2 November 2018
    Ports & Logistics, Vessels

    A turbine monopile has fallen while being loaded onto SAL Heavy Lift’s multi-purpose cargo ship Svenja at the Port of Rostock, according to the local police.

  • 10 December 2010
    Technology

    With a lifting capacity of a total of 2,000 tonnes and speed of 20 knots, it’s the world’s largest heavy lift vessel to date: SAL Schiffahrtskontor Altes Land puts the first of two new buildings of Type 183 into service. The company, which ranks among the leading international heavy lift shipping companies and is based […]

  • 3 December 2019
    Wind Farm Update

    SAL Heavy Lift’s multi-purpose cargo ship Svenja has arrived at the Redcar Bulk Terminal, the UK, to pick up the third batch of transition pieces for the Borssele 1+2 offshore wind project. Svenja is picking up six transition pieces, which were produced by EEW Offshore Structures Britain (OSB) and barged down to the Redcar terminal […]

  • 15 September 2017
    Business & Finance, Vessels

    German heavy lift specialist SAL Heavy Lift GmbH is closing its SAL Offshore B.V. business unit in Delft, the Netherlands.

  • 29 March 2011

    On her maiden voyage, MV “Lone” loaded eight jackup legs of 630 mtons and a length of 78 m each bound for Okpo/Korea. The large cargo is designed for a jackup barge serving the offshore wind industry. The barge will be constructed at the DSME shipyard in Okpo. In addition, a dismantled board offshore crane […]

  • 13 March 2011
    Technology

    She perfectly resembles her sister, is just as strong and can be positioned to maximum precision: SAL Schiffahrtskontor Altes Land puts the new building MV ‘Lone’ into service. Just three months after the German-based heavy-lift shipping company has sent the MV ‘Svenja’ – the world’s largest heavy-lift vessel – on its maiden voyage, the company’s […]

  • 1 October 2018
    Ports & Logistics, Wind Farm Update

    Rostock-based EEW SPC has loaded out and delivered 116 out of 174 monopiles for Ørsted’s Hornsea Project One offshore wind farm.

  • 21 December 2017
    Wind Farm Update

    The first six monopiles EEW SPC produced for Ørsted’s Hornsea Project One offshore wind farm were loaded onboard SAL Heavy Lift’s crane vessel Svenja in the Rostock port and will now be on their way to Able Seaton Port in the UK, where they will be stored until the installation starts.

  • 26 March 2013

    The maritime location in HafenCity Hamburg is growing: SAL Heavy Lift has opened the doors of its new head office at Brooktorkai 20. The premises sprawl over the 6th floor; 116 employees are working here. SAL Heavy Lift, a member of the Japanese “K” Line Group, is one of the leading heavy lift shipping companies […]

  • 26 July 2017
    Business & Finance, Vessels

    German shipping company Harren & Partner and Japanese “K” Line have reached an agreement for Harren & Partner to acquire SAL Heavy Lift on 27 July 2017. SAL has been fully-owned by “K” Line since 2011.

  • 20 October 2016
    Business & Finance, Vessels, Wind Farm Update

    Hamburg-headquartered SAL Heavy Lift has signed a contract with Van Oord for a long term engagement at the 660MW Walney Extension offshore wind project in the UK. MV Svenja is chartered for 30 voyages for transportation of 87 monopiles from Rostock, Germany, to Belfast, Northern Ireland, 47 transition pieces from Aalborg, Denmark, and 40 transition […]

  • 8 February 2018
    Ports & Logistics, Vessels, Wind Farm Update

    SAL Heavy Lift’s crane vessel Svenja has delivered 12 monopile foundations for the Hornsea Project One wind farm to the Able Seaton Port on the River Tees.

  • 4 April 2011
    Business & Finance

    With effect from 30th of June 2011, the Japanese shipping company Kawasaki Kisen Kaisha, Ltd. (“K” Line Group) will acquire another 50 per cent of the SAL Group and with that will become the sole shareholder of the company. Over the past five years, the two companies have developed a successful partnership through their joint […]