New direct RoRo service from U.S. to Australia and New Zealand
Höegh Autoliners is pleased to announce the commencement of our U.S. to Oceania direct service.
Commencing this March, we will offer one direct sailing per month from Baltimore, MD and Jacksonville, FL to the ports of Auckland, Brisbane, Port Kembla, Melbourne, and Fremantle.
The first direct sailing will be the Höegh Jeddah v.25, scheduled to call Baltimore on 14 March and Jacksonville on 16 March 2018.
Cargo deliveries can be made to the following locations:
Atlantic Marine Terminal c/o Amports
2901 Childs Street
Baltimore, MD 21226
Tel: (410)350-0400 / (410)843-7119
Horizon Terminal Services (HTS)
5263 Intermodal Drive
Jacksonville, FL 32226
Tel: (904)757-1227 Fax: (904)757-8022
***TWIC card is required.***
Please contact our Customer Service Department for rate inquiries or your local representative for more information.
28 June 2018
Superlow rolltrailer transports shunt reactor across the globe
Höegh Autoliners is constantly looking for new ways to handle higher, heavier and longer cargo. Last year, we introduced our Extended rolltrailer and Double-wide rolltrailer, which were developed to transport longer and wider cargo. Now we have the Superlow rolltrailer, designed to cater for higher breakbulk and project cargo.
05 December 2023
Celebrating the National Miners Day
One hundred and fourteen years ago on this day, Monongah, West Virginia, witnessed the most devastating mining disaster in American history. On the morning of December 6, 1907, an explosion at the Fairmont Coal Co.’s No. 6 and No. 8 mines claimed the lives of 362 individuals, among them were children who had ventured into the mines with their fathers.
05 December 2023
Höegh Autoliners and Sumitomo Corporation Take the Helm in Sustainable Transportation of Cars, High and Heavy Machinery and Breakbulk
Sumitomo Corporation (Head Office: Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo; Representative Director, President and Chief Executive Officer: Masayuki Hyodo) and Höegh Autoliners (Head Office: Oslo, Norway; Chief Executive Officer: Andreas Enger) are charting a greener course in deep-sea transportation of Ro-Ro cargo, such as cars, high and heavy machinery and breakbulk, by forging an agreement to look into the supply of clean ammonia as a bunker fuel at the ports of Singapore and Jacksonville, USA from 2027 onwards.
17 November 2023