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AAL is a global multipurpose shipping operator that serves the breakbulk, heavy lift, and project cargo industry.

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About AAL Shipping

AAL Shipping (AAL) is a highly awarded breakbulk and project heavy lift carrier with over 25 years’ experience creating and delivering competitive solutions for the world’s most dynamic industry sectors including oil & gas, mining, energy, construction, and agriculture. It is one of the multipurpose shipping sector’s top carriers by total fleet DWT and has a sterling reputation for safety, trust, and customer service.

AAL operates regular sailings on key trade lanes, comprising scheduled monthly liner services connecting Europe, Middle East, Asia and Oceania, frequent sailings through the Americas and tramp chartering solutions to any compass point. We carry all cargo types including project heavy lift, breakbulk, steel, containers and dry bulk commodities – large and small.

We operate one of the sector’s youngest and largest fleets of modern MPP heavy lift vessels. These are designed to load and carry any cargo and at the same time. The fleet comprises a variety of size classes that combine strong heavy-lift capability (700 t max and significant cargo intake volumes (40,000 cbm max). AAL spearheads the ‘mega-size’ MPV segment, with a range of 30,000dwt + tonnage that offer our shippers highly competitive economies of scale on each sailing.

With 11 representative offices on four continents, AAL’s team comprises over 25 different nationalities and 35 spoken languages, ensuring a local 24/7 service in key trading hubs and in support of major trade lanes globally.

For further information on AAL and its services, visit www.aalshipping.com or email marketing@aalshipping.com

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  • 3 jpg Wind Energy Equipment
    Wind Energy Equipment
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  • 4 jpg Discharge of cranes from AAL KOBE
    Discharge of cranes from AAL KOBE at The Port of Felixstowe, on 15-April-2019.
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    A-Class Vessels
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  • 6 mp4 AAL Melbourne
    AAL Melbourne loading two jib cranes in Taicang, China
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  • 7 mp4 AAL Melbourne Yacht Video
    Footage of AAL Melbourne arriving into Southampton, UK, with 38 yachts on deck
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  • 8 jpg Marc Willim
    Marc Willim, General Manager Chartering, AAL
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  • 9 jpg Nicola Pacifico
    Nicola Pacifico, Head of AAL Transport Engineering
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  • 10 jpg Jack Zhou
    Jack Zhou, General Manager of AAL China
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  • 11 jpg AAL Melbourne
    AAL Melbourne with 38 yachts on deck
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    AAL Melbourne loading jib cranes in Taicang, China
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  • 13 jpg AAL Staff
    Get Onboard! is open to any registered charity to help ease the pressure of Covid-19.
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  • 14 jpg Kyriacos Panayides
    Kyriacos Panayides, Managing Director at AAL: "2020 is our 25th anniversary year and we unanimously agreed to harness this milestone to give something back to the communities that we serve."
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  • 15 jpg RTGs
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  • 16 jpg Tahiti Barge Night
    The barge being loaded onto the AAL Dalian in Taicang, China.
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  • 17 jpg Felix Schoeller
    Felix Schoeller, General Manager, AAL.
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  • 18 mp4 AAL Dalian Loading Barge in Taicang
    Video of the barge being loaded onto the AAL Dalian in Taicang, China.
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  • 19 jpg Yahaya Sanusi
    Yahaya Sanusi, Deputy Head of Transport Engineering at AAL.
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    The barge being loaded onto the AAL Dalian in Taicang, China.
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    The barge being loaded onto the AAL Dalian in Taicang, China.
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    The barge being loaded onto the AAL Dalian in Taicang, China.
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  • 23 jpg SemiLiner20
    Map of AAL's Asia-Americas Trade Lane.
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  • 24 jpg G-Class Ploce
    AAL's expanding fleet delivers competitive solutions for the world’s most dynamic industry sectors including oil & gas, mining, energy, construction, and agriculture.
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  • 25 jpg AAL G-Class - Wind Turbine
    AAL G-Class vessel carrying parts for a wind farm installation.
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    AAL G-Class vessel carrying wind turbine parts.
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    'Asia – Americas trade route' map.
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  • 28 jpg A-Class 38 Yachts on Deck
    AAL Melbourne (A-Class: 31,000 dwt HL ‘mega size’ MPV), transporting 38 yachts (2,500m2 cargo area covered) from the US to Europe.
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  • 29 jpg Cargo Image 2
    AAL Dalian (S-Class: 19,000 dwt HL MPV) discharging 38,950 FRT of hydrogen modules in Texas and New Orleans.
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    AAL Dalian (S-Class: 19,000 dwt HL MPV) discharging 38,950 FRT of hydrogen modules in Texas and New Orleans.
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  • 31 jpg AAL Bangkok Wind Blades
    AAL Bangkok (S-Class: 19,000 dwt HL MPV) discharging wind blades and other components in Texas.
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