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Joint newbuilding programme

for ultra-efficient, carbon-neutral HL project vessels

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Newsbreeze 1/2022 is out!

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80 MP's, 80 TP's, 20 journeys

for St. Nazaire Offshore Wind Farm

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Jumbo-SAL-Alliance launched

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Press Release

“Olá Brasil”

Intermarine and SAL Heavy Lift establish a new joint office in São Paulo.

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Introduction of new company logos

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Jack-up vessel Wind Lift I added to fleet

… and SAL Renewables is launched!

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Your partner for fast, safe delivery of your heavy cargo

SAL Heavy Lift is one of the world’s leading carriers specialised in sea transport of heavy lift and project cargo, and a member of the Jumbo-SAL-Alliance.

We innovate solutions.


About the new JUMBO-SAL-Alliance

SAL Heavy Lift and Jumbo Shipping, the Dutch maritime heavy lift transport and installation contractor, have formed a commercial joint venture.
Both SAL and Jumbo continue as independent operators and vessel owners and both remain active brands in the market space.

  • What’s new?
  • What’s the benefit for you?
  • How to get in touch?
  • How to find necessary information?

Answers to these questions can be found here:
sal-heavylift.com/company/jumbo-sal-alliance



OWN FLEET OF HEAVY LIFT VESSELS

Highly flexible options, DP and ice class

COMBINED CRANE CAPACITY

Up to 3000 t SWL

ENGINEERING SERVICES

In-house maritime engineering specialists

SAL RENEWABLES

DP Offshore installation and support


SAL Heavy Lift is member of:

IMCABIMCO
Achilles FPAL memberAchilles UNCEAchilles JQS
Project Logistics Alliance

Latest Videos

The Jumbo-SAL-Alliance
SAL: MV Svenja transports 80 monopiles and 80 transition pieces in 20 journeys
SAL: MV Svenja transports 80 monopiles and 80 transition pieces in 20 journeysSAL: MV Svenja transports 80 monopiles and 80 transition pieces in 20 journeys

Rotterdam, The Netherlands – La Rochelle, France

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Calendar

Wind Energy

Hamburg, 27–30 Sept 2022

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COVID-19

SAL Heavy Lift during COVID-19: In operation around the world for you

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