2021 turned out "fantastic" for United Heavy Lift – next year bodes even better

High demand and a shortage of vessels in the heavy lift sector result in a brimming orderbook and solid optimism at United Heavy Lift. "The market we've seen this year is fantastic," says Managing Director Andreas Rolner.

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The project cargo and heavy transport market has been "fantastic" for United Heavy Lift (UHL) this year, and with the orderbook close to full for next year, 2022 looks to turn out even better.

The optimism is almost written on the walls in the United Shipping Group's main offices in Am Kaiserkai in Hamburg, which provides a view of the Elbe as well as the spectacular neighboring building, the Elbphilharmonie concert hall.

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