The shipping industry is connected to all industries in some way or form and as companies become more global, shipping is becoming an integral part in their day-to-day operations.
On 20 September, the All India’s 10th MALA was held in Mumbai, India. The prestigious event has carved a niche for itself as the definitive recognition of excellence in the Indian Maritime the Logistics sector.
Höegh Autoliners is pleased to announce an increased frequency in its service to Australia. Starting in November, the company will offer five sailing per month to Australia from Europe.
The Royal Prince Alfred Yacht Club arranges the 5.5 meter World Championship 2020; 15 high-value yachts needed transportation from Europe to Australia. Underdeck stowage and no lifting of the cargo, together with a direct service, made Höegh’s RoRo service the perfect fit for the white glove cargo.
Höegh Autoliners was recently presented with the 2019 Performance Excellence Award for “Vessel Carrier of the Year”, at the American Honda Automotive Logistics Conference held in Los Angeles, California.
When one hundred breakbulk pieces should reach Mombasa simultaneously from two locations as vast apart as Bremerhaven and Mumbai, a lot can go wrong.
Sensitive cargo such as windmill blades requires white-glove treatment and experienced personnel to perform the operations.
The South East Cargo and Logistics Awards committee presented Höegh Autoliners as winners of “Shipping Line of the Year – RoRo Operator” during its prestigious Awards event in Chennai in July this year.
Höegh Autoliners is awarded the “Best Shipping Line of the Year – RoRo Operator” at the India Maritime Awards held in Mumbai, India.