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Posted: over 3 years ago

SAL Heavy Lift shuts down SAL Offshore business

SAL Heavy Lift, a German marine heavy lift and transportation specialist, is shutting down its busin...

Posted: over 3 years ago
Posted: over 3 years ago

SAL Shuts Down Dutch Offshore Installation Division

SAL Heavy Lift said it has decided to close its subsidiary SAL Offshore B.V. focused on developing a...

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  • Business & Finance
Posted: over 3 years ago
Posted: over 5 years ago

Highlights of the Week

Subsea World News has put together a recap of the most interesting articles from the previous week (...

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  • Business & Finance
Posted: over 5 years ago
Posted: over 5 years ago

SAL Fit to Challenge Offshore Installation Market

Germany’s SAL Heavy Lift is a well known specialist in sea transport of heavy lift and project...

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  • Business & Finance
Posted: over 5 years ago
Posted: over 5 years ago

VIDEO: Tidal turbine deployment process

The video published by SAL Offshore shows the installation of the Voith tidal turbine at EMEC’...

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  • Operations & Maintenance
Posted: over 5 years ago
Industry Contribution

Faccin Wind Towers Division: a reliable partner for your wind energy project

Faccin Group created a Wind Towers Division within the company. Why? Eng. Andrea Comparin: “Ac...

Posted: about 1 month ago
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Maritime Insurance Market Update, Q3 2020

‘Clients, advisors and insurers are in the same boat.’ Effective cooperation is necessary to keep ri...

Posted: 2 months ago
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It’s all about power flow

Integration of renewable energies on a ship – and in other island networks Interview with Jero...

Posted: 4 months ago
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“ETICA IP” ROV & USV a staunch green ally for the blue economy indystry & ocean sustainability

By Ioana Laura Grigore. Our concept of blue economy & ocean sustainability in offshore industry ...

Posted: 3 months ago