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SHIPPINGNEWS ROUND-UP


SAL introduces new Africa link


AL Heavy Lift has introduced a regular semi-liner service linking West, South and East Africa with Northern Europe, the Middle East Gulf and the Indian Subcontinent. The regular service is in response to the quickly developing oil and gas, refining and transport infrastructure sectors, particularly in West Africa, says SAL. The service is scheduled to provide clients with a minimum of two sailings per month in each direction. According to SAL, the regular Africa service is an extension of its existing regular North Europe to Far East service. Jürgen Kuntz, head of the Africa chartering desk at SAL, said: “We have considerable knowledge of African operations and excellent partners across the continent; we hope to build on this with our new venture, not only by offering shipping services but as well providing logistics capabilities and technical, on-site support and


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consultancy through our sister company, SAL Engineering.” The service will make use of Nigeria as a hub. SAL expects most of the business to generate from West Africa, including Senegal and Angola, as various energy, oil and gas and infrastructural investments develop.


New agents strengthen AAL’s European footprint


European network with the appointment of new agents in Belgium, France and Spain, while adding new staff in Germany. The carrier’s agency


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term charter agreement. The ships were purchased in a joint bid between dship Carriers (owned by the Press family) and HS Bereederungs. The latter will be


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responsible for the technical management of the ships; dship Carriers has taken both


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ultipurpose shipping line AAL has strengthened its


network has been expanded with the appointment of Maritima Davila (Grupo Davila) in Spain, Breakbulk Project Agencies in France (a division of Shipping Agency Service Le Havre) and De Keyser Thornton in Belgium (to cover the Benelux region).


dship expands fleet with F360s Sophia and Josef


ship Carriers has added two F360-Type vessels to its fleet under a long-


vessels under long-term charter.


The first vessel, Sophia, was


transferred on April 6, 2018, in Port Everglades, USA. The second vessel, Josef, will be transferred to its new owners in June this year. Both ships are equipped with two 180-tonne capacity cranes, capable of lifting 360-tonnes in tandem.


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May/June 2018 9 NEWS IN BRIEF


Intermarine agents Intermarine has appointed Buenos Aires-based Americana Shipping Group, led by Gabriel Califano, as its shipping agent in Argentina and VSH-United as its commercial representative in Guyana.


Thorco adds to fleet Thorco Projects has added several heavy lift vessels to its fleet, ranging in size from 12,000-25,000 dwt. According to Thorco Projects, since the start of 2018 between eight and ten vessels have joined its ranks, including the heavy lift ship Cerulean, which boasts a lifting capacity of 900 tonnes.


NordLB in sell-off talks Reports in the German media suggest that the owners of Hannover-based NordLB are in talks regarding the business model of the public-sector bank, and are considering the possibility of selling to private investors.


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