Höegh Autoliners in brief

Höegh Autoliners is a leading global provider of ocean transportation services within the Roll-on Roll-off (RoRo) segment. We operate a global network of deep sea trades with Pure Car and Truck Carrier (PCTC) vessels.
  • 36 vessels

    30 owned and 6 chartered in
  • 11 global trade routes

    With more than 2 500 port calls every year
  • ~ 1 200 seafarers

    From China and the Philippines
  • ~ 400 office employees

    With 24 nationalities

About Höegh Autoliners

Höegh Autoliners ASA is a Norwegian Public Limited Liability Company. The Company is listed on the Oslo Stock Exchange.

Our corporate head office is located in Oslo, Norway, but we employ approximately 400 people from 24 nationalities who are working out of 16 offices around the globe. In addition, we employ around 1 200 seafarers, through our crewing offices in the Philippines and China.

We offer our customers safe and secure deep sea transportation of RoRo cargo such as cars, high and heavy machinery and breakbulk. Each year, we transport around 1.6 million car equivalent units (CEU) as well as other rolling and static cargo. Our vision is a zero emissions future, and we are working to reduce our carbon footprint and support decarbonising our customers’ supply chain.

The Group currently operates a fleet of 36 Pure Car and Truck Carriers (PCTC) vessels, of which 30 are owned and 6 are chartered in, with capacity ranging from 2 000 to 8 500 CEU, with an average capacity of ~6 800 CEU. In April 2021, we launched the design of the world’s largest and most environmentally friendly PCTC vessels, the Aurora Class. The Aurora Class has DNV’s new “ammonia ready” notation, which makes it the first in the segment to be ready for operation on carbon neutral ammonia. Together with its capacity to carry up to 9 100 cars it will be the world’s largest and most environmentally friendly car carrier to be built. The Group has signed contracts for twelve Aurora Class vessels and has options for further four vessels, and slot reservations for additional four vessels. The first two Aurora Class vessels will be delivered in the second half of 2024.

Höegh Autoliners is a fully integrated global organisation with considerable inhouse expertise

  • Commercial management

  • Operational management

  • Full technical services

  • Newbuilding project management

  • Crewing

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