SAL Heavy Lift showcases its offshore capabilities with the Greater Changhua Test-Pile Project in Taiwan
SAL Heavy Lift is happy to announce that it will expand its fleet with three heavy lift vessels with 800t lifting capacity in early 2020.
SAL Heavy Lift sets itself as a green-tech front runner and becomes the first shipping company in the world to adopt a new hydrogen/methanol technology to its fleet.
SAL Heavy Lift is ready to reach further and lift higher with its latest acquisition – a highly configurable crane boom extension that with its modular design offer clients unrivalled lifting height and applicability.
SAL Heavy Lift GmbH is proud to announce that together with its Spanish business partner Davila Group, a new entity has been formed to represent SAL in the Spanish market.
The final bridge is part of the largest road construction project in northern Trøndelag, will measure 580 m in length and will connect the municipalities of Steinkjer and Malm, crossing the Beitstadfjorden.
SAL Heavy Lift GmbH (SAL) captured the spectacular loading of a 614 t Siwertell ship unloader in Chioggia, Italy on MV Calypso back in September.