We serve a wide array of sectors, including Port Handling Equipment, Power, Oil & Gas, Breakbulk, Offshore Equipment and Offshore Services and tailor our offering to your needs.
Reliability, trust, innovation and partnerships with customers; that is what Jumbo-SAL-Alliance stands for. Whether you are looking for heavy lift or breakbulk transport, global transport logistics or complete project management, we are here to engineer your solution. Our people will assist you in getting the job done.
Jumbo-SAL-Alliance. Stronger, Together.
We house a team of 100 engineers to ensure an efficient, reliable and safe service is delivered to you.
- Custom-made solutions.
- Fully documented solutions.
- CAD modelling in 2D and 3D.
- FE analyses and design of seafastening, deck and support structures.
- Planning of weather-restricted transport and weight-critical cargo incl. on-board motion monitoring.
- Ship motion studies, dynamic lift analysis, installation and mooring analysis.
We engineer the right solution for you.
90 years of combined experience at your service
Jumbo-SAL-Alliance operates to the highest safety standards for cargo, crew and client. In addition, we continuously run and update in-house safety programmes.
Our ship crews have experience like no other. We handle the entire loading and discharging operations with our own crews –ensuring all goes well.
SAI MARITIME is proud to represent the Jumbo-SAL Alliance in India.
SAI's strong Indian presence and in-depth knowledge of the Indian market make us the first choice as a proficient partner for the safe delivery of all types of Heavy, Over Dimensional and Project cargoes.
Together we support you with a fleet of ultra-modern and purpose-built vessels which are self – geared, competitive freight rates, in-house customised engineering solutions and personal supervision from the planning stage to successful completion supported by highly skilled crew on board.
" We would like to thank you and your entire team for the (again) great cooperation and outstanding support along with the recent employment of MV Klara in several concerned Indian ports. "