United Heavy Lift expands its fleet with eight newbuilds

United Heavy Lift, headed by Lars and Andreas Rolner and Lars Bonnesen, will expand its fleet with eight newbuilds in 2021 and 2022. The ships can transport, among other things, wind turbine blades of up to 120 meters, Lars Rolner tells ShippingWatch.

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Just five years old, United Heavy Lift now completes a noticeable upgrade of its tonnage, as the Hamburg-based shipping company is set to receive eight large Eco Lift F900 vessels in its fleet this year and next year.

The ships are newbuilds being built at China's CSSC yard, and they are actually an order that was originally placed by now-defunct Zeamarine, from whom UHL took over several assets roughly a year ago.

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