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SAL Heavy Lift returns to German Flag

On 25 September 2017 SAL Heavy Lift announced that six of its vessels will be flying the German flag.

The first will be Svenja, followed by Trina, Anne-Sofie, Regine, Maria and Wiebka.

With the home port of Hamburg, the city in which SAL Heavy Lift was established, the company is building on its German heritage.

By choosing the German flag SAL Heavy Lift contributing to maintaining the German maritime cluster with its shipping know-how.

Training on board vessels flying the German flag is determine as top-class internationally.

In the long term, top level maritime training in Germany can only be sustained with seafarers employed under the German flag.

SAL Heavy Lift, a member of the Harren & Partner Group, is one of the world’s leading carriers specialized in sea transport of heavy lift and project cargo.

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