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United Heavy Lift and partner open yet another joint office

United Heavy Lift and Ocean 7 Projects are opening a joint office –  this time in Malaysia. The companies already cooperate in Norway.

Lars Rolner leads United Shipping Group, United Heavy Lift's parent company. | Photo: Bjarke Bo Olsen/Ritzau Scanpix

United Heavy Lift and cooperation partner Ocean 7 Projects are opening a new office in Malaysia.

The two specialized maritime operators already have a joint office in Norway and are now expanding to Kuala Lumpur.

The new unit in Malaysia is being led by Rune Larsen, while Skyler Teh and Catherine Hybel will serve as chartering managers.

United Heavy Lift is a part the Hamburg-based United Shipping Group, which is run by Chief Executive Lars Rolner. Lars Bonnesen is CEO of the former.

Ocean 7 Projects is owned by Jesper Henriksen, Stefan Petersen and Jeppe Hybel.

English Edit: Daniel Frank Christensen

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