This month, AAL successfully lifted and loaded one of the heaviest single units of cargo ever to board one of its vessels! At well over 500mt, this oxidation furnace module component was loaded in China aboard the S-Class AAL Dampier and is destined for South Australia. More information to follow.
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AAL NANJING TAKES CENTER STAGE IN SYDNEY
Yesterday, the AAL Nanjing took center stage, on her way to delivering a shipment for the Barangaroo Ferry Hub Project (Sydney Harbour). Millions of Australians at home watched her Nanjing on Channel 9 and Channel 7 prime-time news delivering almost 600 tonnes of steel for the above project. The steel will be used to build a new and important ferry hub at Barangaroo South. Below is the AAL nanjing herself, proudly sailing towards the Sydney Opera House the Sydney Harbour Bridge with this impressive cargo. More photography and videography soon.