Topic: AAL Shipping

AAL joins Australian shipping industry association

AAL joins Australian shipping industry association

The multipurpose shipping operator AAL Shipping has joined Shipping Australia, the association representing Australia’s international ocean shipping industry. The company aims to bring its experience in very specialised project heavy lift and breakbulk cargo to...Read more
|Comment|author: Adnan Bajic
AAL expands fleet with third-gen newbuilds

AAL expands fleet with third-gen newbuilds

Singapore-headquartered multipurpose shipping operator, AAL Shipping is pushing ahead with the expansion of its fleet. During the course of the year, the company has purchased vessels in the second-hand market and is now looking to...Read more
|Comment|author: Adnan Bajic

AAL ships 53-metre barge from China to Tahiti

PRESS RELEASE – AAL Shipping has demonstrated the lifting and cargo intake capability of its mega-size A-Class fleet with the transport of a heavy lift barge from Taicang, China, to Papeete, Tahiti. The barge weighed-in...Read more
|Comment|author: Adnan Bajic

AAL Galveston joins the AAL fleet

ShippingThe AAL Galveston has joined AAL’s fleet of breakbulk carriers. The vessel was already deployed on the company’s liner and tramp services but still carried its old name Pacific Alert. The vessel will soon be...Read more
|Comment|author: Adnan Bajic

AAL adds two G-class vessels to its fleet

ShippingAAL Shipping is taking delivery of two additional G-class multipurpose vessels, expanding its core fleet to 720,200 total deadweight (dwt). The Pacific Action and AAL Gladstone have both served in the AAL fleet before and...Read more
|Comment|author: Adnan Bajic

AAL moves generators for Siemens

ShippingPRESS RELEASE – AAL Shipping ahs transported two 350-tonne Siemens generators for gas-fired power plants in Europe and Iraq. The units were built at Siemens energy hub in North Carolina in the US. Read more
|Comment|author: Adnan Bajic

AAL moves giant “Martian tripods”

Crane transportPRESS RELEASE – AAL has moved two giant jib cranes from China to Jebel Ali. The company deployed one its largest vessels for the project and still, one of the main modules came within 20...Read more
|Comment|author: Adnan Bajic