United Heavy Lift rides wave of new hires and ships

While several competitors have gotten burned, Lars Rolner's United Heavy Lift is having a good time. 2020 has so far brought many new hires and ships. One of the secrets is a team of engineers, he tells ShippingWatch.

Lars Rolner lives in Hamburg, from where he manages United Heavy Group. He also has a big passion for cars. | Photo: HANSEN MICHAEL/JPA

While several of its competitors have gotten burned on the heavy lift market, Lars Rolner's United Heavy Lift is having a good time.

Since the start of the year, the Hamburg-based shipping company has welcomed around 15 new colleagues and added ships to its fleet.

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