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SAL Heavy Lift: New ships but same size fleet

Although the heavy lift industry is under severe pressure with low rates and too many ships on the market, German SAL Heavy Lift still plans to build and charter more ships. However, there are no plans to expand the fleet, SAL Heavy Lift's Managing Director of Asia tells ShippingWatch.

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