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Anders Hyrup

Jumbo - SAL - Alliance

President

Anders Hyrup has worked in commercial roles for well-established European Ship Owners in the Multi-Purpose and Heavy Lift market for the past 20+ years. He joined the German heavy-lift carrier, SAL Heavy Lift in 2012, and by 2018 took the position of President of SAL Heavy Lift Inc – the US subsidiary of SAL. Today Anders holds the position of President of Jumbo – SAL – Alliance (USA), the newly established commercial joint-venture between Jumbo Shipping and SAL Heavy Lift, where he oversees the commercial activities with all clients based in the USA, Canada, and Mexico.

Jumbo-SAL-Alliance stands for global sea logistics of all types of heavy lift, breakbulk, and project cargo. As a commercial joint-venture between Jumbo Shipping and SAL Heavy Lift, the Jumbo-SAL-Alliance unites sales teams and fleets, with 22 offices worldwide and a fleet of 30 advanced heavy lift vessels capable of handling loads up to 3000t SWL. Our united team of experienced people - commercial, engineering, project management, QHSE – work closely together to provide clients, whether they are EPCs, brokers, forwarders, OEMs, energy companies, or others, with a partnering mentality, expert advice, and ultimately safely delivered goods. Jumbo-SAL-Alliance: stronger together.

Sessions With Anders Hyrup

Wednesday, 27 April

  • 09:45am - 10:45am (CST) / 27/apr/2022 02:45 pm - 27/apr/2022 03:45 pm

    The Fleet of the Future: A Conversation With MPV Executives

    The multipurpose and heavy-lift fleet is benefiting from a white-hot carrier market and a consolidating sector but facing tough, multimillion-dollar decisions on fleet renewal. After years of overcapacity in the sector, a looming vessel shortage in an already-tight market is rattling nerves across the project cargo supply chain. Why are so few new vessels on order? A lack of yard space and high building costs are significant factors, but looming even larger are questions about what designs, engines, and technology will work for vessels expected to operate for 20 years or more in a low-carbon or carbon-neutral future. What will regulators and shippers require from their carriers in terms of low-carbon footprints and Environmental, Social, and Governance criteria? And what should or can carriers require of their clients? This incisive discussion with four executives from leading multipurpose carriers will analyze these questions and more.