Harland & Wolfe  ( Eng. Harland & Wolff Ltd. ) - one of the largest shipyards , located in Belfast , Northern Ireland , UK . The area occupied by the shipyard is 32 hectares . The official history of the company was published in the book "Shipbuilders to the World" in 1986  .
|Harland and wolff|
|Type of||private company|
|Base||April 11, 1861|
|Founders||Edward harland |
Gustav Wilhelm Wulff
|Location||United Kingdom : Belfast , Northern Ireland|
|Key figures||Edward harland|
Gustav Wilhelm Wulff
|Number of employees||500|
In 1909-1911, construction was underway at the shipyard, and on May 31, 1911, the largest Titanic passenger liner, launched at that time, was designed by Thomas Andrews, CEO of Harland & Wolf Company  .
At the beginning of the 20th century, the shipyard was one of the most prosperous companies in Great Britain; more than 30,000 people worked for it  .
During the Second World War, the shipyard built 140 warships, 123 merchant ships, as well as more than 500 tanks  .
In the 21st century, the shipyard’s situation began to deteriorate; in 2003, the last ship — the ferry of the British Ministry of Defense Anvil Point — left the company's stocks. 
Since 2011, the company has been expanding, and 75% of its work is based on marine renewable energy sources  .
In 2015, the company made a profit of £ 1.1 million; as of 2019, this was the last profitable year for it. The turnover of the shipyard, which is currently engaged in the repair of ships, oil floating platforms, and wind turbines, decreased from £ 66.7 to £ 8.3 million  .
On August 5, 2019, it was announced that from August 12, the company will go under external management due to debts. The British company MJM Group and the American Flacks Group  are supposed as possible managers.
- Belfast // “Banquet Campaign” 1904 - Big Irgiz. - M .: Big Russian Encyclopedia, 2005. - P. 267. - ( Big Russian Encyclopedia : [in 35 vols.] / Ch. Ed. Yu. S. Osipov ; 2004—2017, vol. 3). - ISBN 5-85270-331-1 .
- Moss, M. and Hume, JR Shipbuilders to the World: 125 years of Harland and Wolff, Belfast 1861-1986. - Belfast: Blackstaff Press, 1986. - P. xvii, 601 p. - ISBN 0-85640-343-1 .
- British company that built the Titanic goes under external control due to debts (August 5, 2019). Date accessed August 8, 2019.
- Britain could lead world in offshore wind power . The Telegraph (February 14, 2011). Archived on October 19, 2012.
- harland-wolff.com - official site of Harland and Wolff