SAL Heavy Lift HQ Re-locates in Hamburg, Germany

Press Release
Sunday, March 03, 2013

The SAL head office moves to new premises in Hamburg’s HafenCity, to accommodate growing staff numbers.

In particular the move will give adequate space for the company's new Project and Offshore department.

SAL say that the new location is comfortably close to Hamburg’s main station and airport and will facilitate communication with their international customers.


With a fleet of 16 heavy lift vessels, SAL provides customized and reliable sea transportation solutions for all types of project cargoes including heavy machinery, equipment for the oil and gas industry, (offshore) wind energy, cranes and floating cargo. Amongst the trademarks of the fleet is a  crane capacity of up to 2,000 mtons SWL mounted on a ship with a speed of 20 knots, imperative for the safe delivery of time-sensitive cargo.

New office location and contact details:
SAL Heavy Lift GmbH
Brooktorkai 20

20457 Hamburg
Phone: +49 40 380380-0

Fax: +49 40 380380-600
 

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