AAL Shipping (AAL) is taking delivery of two additional ‘G-Class’ multipurpose heavy lift vessels, expanding its core fleet to 720,200 total deadweight (DWT).
AAL Newcastle sailing into South Florida Container Terminal with a Cargo of six rubber tyred gantry cranes (RTGs) in 2020.
Yacht owners get best of ‘boat’ worlds with 12 craft on a single sailing
Additional W-Class vessels join AAL’s fleet, representing 133,000 dwt / 156,000 cbm of additional capacity for its customers and further differentiating the carrier’s niche project cargo offering and strong position within the MPP sector.
AAL would like to clarify their position and how they plan to move forward over the coming weeks and months to fully prepare themselves and their customers for this important and long-awaited milestone in maritime sector’s history.
AAL has recently delivered Victoria’s – and possibly Australia’s – largest ever transformer to the Stockyard Hill Windfarm Connection in Victoria on behalf of Australia-based global logistics solutions provider, Cargo Line International.
AAL has announced the successful deployment – for the first time in Australia – of multi-lift vacuum units used in the discharge of pipes with its partner Qube.
AAL, one of the world’s leading global breakbulk and heavy lift operators, has been named ‘Best Shipping Line – Project Cargo’ at the prestigious 2018 AFLAS Awards.
AAL has completed its first cargo shipment in partnership with new Spanish Representative, Marítima Davila, transporting two giant Seaport Passenger Boarding Bridges (SPBB) to PortMiami in a single sailing.