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Tax breaks make shipowners flag German again

Germany's new tax rules, which include a net wage scheme, have spurred heavy lift carrier SAL to return six vessels to German flag, the carrier tells ShippingWatch. "The rules are starting to have a certain effect," says the German shipowners' association.

German family acquires SAL from Japan's K-Line

The Briese and Harren family have a firm grip on the global heavy lift segment after K-Line has agreed to sell SAL Heavy Lift to company Salto, owned by Martin and Peter Harren. With Briese owning BBC Chartering and working closely together with Harren, the concentration of the segment in North Germany seems absolute.

Banks prepare for next round of consolidation in multipurpose

In December, the two major Dutch banks ING and ABN Amro forced the first large-scale consolidation through in the ailing multipurpose sector. Now the market is waiting on what the banks will do next in the German hub for specialized vessels. Drewry eyes slight improvement in late 2017.

Heavy lift industry facing large-scale consolidation

Extensive consolidation in the global heavy lift industry is underway and will presumably materialize in the coming months, several industry sources tell ShippingWatch. Heavyweights BBC Chartering and SAL Heavy Lift can play a key part in the resolution of the ailing industry's future.

Singapore-redere tror på vækst trods opbremsning i Kina

Singapores centrale beliggenhed i Sydøstasien fungerer som en buffer over for den kinesiske nedtur, fortæller Singapore Shipping Association i et interview med ShippingWatch. Organisationen ser i stedet internethandel som fremtidens marked for shippingindustrien.

SAL Heavy Lift's Asia director heads to Hamburg

SAL Heavy Lift's Managing Director in Asia, Justin Archard (photo), is now moving to the carrier's headquarters in Hamburg to take over as Cooperate Commercial Director, succeeding Jan Peter Esbensen.

SAL Heavy Lift: Owners are a major strength

In spite of a heavy lift market under serious pressure, German SAL Heavy Lift has managed to deliver a profit after five years with deficits. One of the secrets is the muscles of the owners backing the company, SAL's Justin Archard tells ShippingWatch in Singapore.

SAL Heavy Lift: Ejeren er en kæmpe styrke

Trods et marked for heavy lift under stærkt pres er det lykkedes for tyske SAL Heavy Lift at levere sorte tal efter fem negative år. En af hemmelighederne er den muskel, som ejeren lægger bag selskabet, fortæller SAL’s Justin Archard til ShippingWatch i Singapore.

SAL Heavy Lift: New ships but same size fleet

Although the heavy lift industry is under severe pressure with low rates and too many ships on the market, German SAL Heavy Lift still plans to build and charter more ships. However, there are no plans to expand the fleet, SAL Heavy Lift's Managing Director of Asia tells ShippingWatch.

SAL Heavy Lift: Nye skibe, men ikke større flåde

Selvom heavy lift-industrien er under stærkt pres med lave rater og for mange skibe på markedet, planlægger tyske SAL Heavy Lift alligevel både at nybygge og chartre flere skibe. Dog er der ingen planer om at udvide flåden, siger SAL Heavy Lifts Asien-direktør til ShippingWatch.

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