b'AALs Schoellertalks about the global business and new shipsall landside operations, such as truckers,breakbulk/project operations? And howto adjust to individual project needs. stevedores, and port operations etc.does that style of operation influence fleetWith our 6 newbuildings on the way, also Hence berthing and port operations havedeployment and the fleet portfolio? 32,000 dwt heavy lifters, we are again been slow and port congestion a recurringSchoeller:Since 1995, AAL has alwaysfocusing on the same vessel size and issue. Finally due to travel restrictions,focused on larger tonnage and startedlong-haul trades that our customers have AAL was not able to send our own superas a break bulk liner operator betweenbeen trusting us with for many years. cargoes (cargo superintendents) to theAsia and Australia. AAL has over theThese vessels, which we have classified ships to supervise cargo ops. Luckily,past ten years specifically targetedas the Super B-Class were designed to be we managed to source capable locallarge MPP tonnage between 25-33,000the most efficient and competent MPVs in contractors to work with us in many keydwt and grown our fleet from 14 to 21the water. They will perfectly complement load and discharge regions.owned vessels in the mega MPV class.AALs fleet and service profile and, in AJOT: AAL runs a number ofThese vessels are perfect for long haultheir design, we harnessed all of our interconnected trade routes [i.e., thetrades. With the heavy lift capacity of theengineering teams expertise in handling Asia-Americas Trade Route was used forfleet and strong cargo intake capability,heavy lift, breakbulk and dry bulk cargo the refinery project move] how did thewe offer project shippers reliable andsince 1995.business philosophy evolve to developingcompetitive project transport solutionsAJOT: There is a great deal of trade routes liner system for youron all key trades that are flexible enoughspecialization required for building heavy/Computer rendering of the AAL Houston16'