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AAL’S 25TH ANNIVERSARY KICKS-OFF IN STYLE @ BB ME 2020


AAL’s 25th-anniversary celebrations got off to a fine start at the Breakbulk Middle East 2020 Expo in Dubai (25-26 February).

As well as being ‘Thought Leader‘ sponsor of the conference, Managing Director Kyriacos Panayides was invited to participate in a lively ‘IMO 2020′ panel discussion with several of the sector’s leading stakeholders – including representatives of Agility and Fluor.

The festivities continued for AAL at a beachfront reception on the evening of the 25th, in the shadow of the renowned Burj Al Arab Jumeirah Hotel. At the high calibre event hosted by AAL, invited guests from around the world enjoyed an evening of Michelin star food and drink. Guests also enjoyed a sumptuous chocolate birthday cake and unique gin-based cocktail, both made especially for the night – the latter called the ‘AAL @25 Anniversary Cocktail’.

Icing on the cake, during AAL’s Activities in Dubai, was provided by Ann De Smet and Phillippe Beaujean of the Port of Antwerp who presented AAL with a crystal glass commemorative award, to celebrate the launch of its new ‘Europe – Middle East/India – Asia Monthly Liner Service’, of which Antwerp is one of its base ports.

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About AAL

AAL is one of the world’s leading breakbulk and project heavy lift cargo operators, offering a total multipurpose solution of flexible and competitive chartering and scheduled Liner services for its customers – an ‘around-the-world’ capability connecting Asia, Oceania, Middle East, Europe, Africa, and the Americas.

Established in 1995 and marking its 25th anniversary in 2020, the company operates one of the multipurpose sector’s youngest and largest fleets of modern MPP heavy lift vessels. The fleet comprises a variety of size classes that combine extreme heavy-lift capability (700 t max), with leading intake capacity (40,000 cbm max).

A single-minded focus on customer service and quality has led AAL to become the world’s most awarded MPV carrier. In 2016, it won multiple awards, including top honours at the Global Freight Awards in London and the 21st Australian Shipping & Maritime Industry Awards in Sydney. Early 2017, AAL won the AFLAS ‘Best Shipping Line – Project Cargo’ award (for an unprecedented fourth time) and followed it up in October with top ‘Project Carrier’ honours at the Lloyd’s List Asia Pacific Awards.

In 2018, AAL won the AFLAS award again and honoured within the ‘Excellence in Bulk Logistics or Heavy Lift Handling’ category at the Australian Shipping & Maritime Industry Awards 2018. In 2019, AAL followed up its previous successes with ‘Shipping Line of The Year’ at the prestigious Heavy Lift Awards and ‘Best Shipping line – Project Cargo’ at the AFLAS Awards.

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AAL’S 25TH ANNIVERSARY KICKS-OFF IN STYLE @ BB ME 2020

AAL’s 25th-anniversary celebrations got off to a fine start at the Breakbulk Middle East 2020 Expo in Dubai (25-26 February).

As well as being ‘Thought Leader‘ sponsor of the conference, Managing Director Kyriacos Panayides was invited to participate in a lively ‘IMO 2020′ panel discussion with several of the sector’s leading stakeholders – including representatives of Agility and Fluor.

The festivities continued for AAL at a beachfront reception on the evening of the 25th, in the shadow of the renowned Burj Al Arab Jumeirah Hotel. At the high calibre event hosted by AAL, invited guests from around the world enjoyed an evening of Michelin star food and drink. Guests also enjoyed a sumptuous chocolate birthday cake and unique gin-based cocktail, both made especially for the night – the latter called the ‘AAL @25 Anniversary Cocktail’.

Icing on the cake, during AAL’s Activities in Dubai, was provided by Ann De Smet and Phillippe Beaujean of the Port of Antwerp who presented AAL with a crystal glass commemorative award, to celebrate the launch of its new ‘Europe – Middle East/India – Asia Monthly Liner Service’, of which Antwerp is one of its base ports.

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About AAL

AAL is one of the world’s leading breakbulk and project heavy lift cargo operators, offering a total multipurpose solution of flexible and competitive chartering and scheduled Liner services for its customers – an ‘around-the-world’ capability connecting Asia, Oceania, Middle East, Europe, Africa, and the Americas.

Established in 1995 and marking its 25th anniversary in 2020, the company operates one of the multipurpose sector’s youngest and largest fleets of modern MPP heavy lift vessels. The fleet comprises a variety of size classes that combine extreme heavy-lift capability (700 t max), with leading intake capacity (40,000 cbm max).

A single-minded focus on customer service and quality has led AAL to become the world’s most awarded MPV carrier. In 2016, it won multiple awards, including top honours at the Global Freight Awards in London and the 21st Australian Shipping & Maritime Industry Awards in Sydney. Early 2017, AAL won the AFLAS ‘Best Shipping Line – Project Cargo’ award (for an unprecedented fourth time) and followed it up in October with top ‘Project Carrier’ honours at the Lloyd’s List Asia Pacific Awards.

In 2018, AAL won the AFLAS award again and honoured within the ‘Excellence in Bulk Logistics or Heavy Lift Handling’ category at the Australian Shipping & Maritime Industry Awards 2018. In 2019, AAL followed up its previous successes with ‘Shipping Line of The Year’ at the prestigious Heavy Lift Awards and ‘Best Shipping line – Project Cargo’ at the AFLAS Awards.

For more information, visit: aalshipping.com or follow us on FacebookLinkedInTwitterInstagram, and YouTube.