sql server – Suggestion about creating missing index

I've been using sp_blitzindex and it's very useful (thanks to Brent Ozar and the team). I executed this procedure in my database and the following is the finding of a table that is in the Indexaphobia group:

output sp_blitzindex

Below is the definition of the underlying table:

CREATE TABLE [dbo].[table_name](
    [L] [int]    IDENTITY (1,1) NOT NULL,
    [R] [varchar](15) NOT NULL,
    [A] [int]    NOT NULL,
    [VAR32_01] [varchar](32) NULL,
    [VAR32_02] [varchar](32) NULL,
    [VAR32_03] [varchar](32) NULL,
    [VAR32_04] [varchar](32) NULL,
    [VAR32_05] [varchar](32) NULL,
    [VAR32_06] [varchar](32) NULL,
    [VAR32_07] [varchar](32) NULL,
    [VAR32_08] [varchar](32) NULL,
    [VAR32_09] [varchar](32) NULL,
    [VAR32_10] [varchar](32) NULL,
    [VAR32_11] [varchar](32) NULL,
    [VAR32_12] [varchar](32) NULL,
    [VAR32_13] [varchar](32) NULL,
    [VAR32_14] [varchar](32) NULL,
    [VAR32_15] [varchar](32) NULL,
    [VAR32_16] [varchar](32) NULL,
    [VAR32_17] [varchar](32) NULL,
    [VAR32_18] [varchar](32) NULL,
    [VAR32_19] [varchar](32) NULL,
    [VAR32_20] [varchar](32) NULL,
    [VAR32_21] [varchar](32) NULL,
    [VAR32_22] [varchar](32) NULL,
    [VAR32_23] [varchar](32) NULL,
    [VAR32_24] [varchar](32) NULL,
    [VAR32_25] [varchar](32) NULL,
    [VAR32_26] [varchar](32) NULL,
    [VAR32_27] [varchar](32) NULL,
    [VAR32_28] [varchar](32) NULL,
    [VAR32_29] [varchar](32) NULL,
    [VAR32_30] [varchar](32) NULL,
    [VAR32_31] [varchar](32) NULL,
    [VAR32_32] [varchar](32) NULL,
    [VAR32_33] [varchar](32) NULL,
    [VAR32_34] [varchar](32) NULL,
    [VAR32_35] [varchar](32) NULL,
    [VAR32_36] [varchar](32) NULL,
    [VAR32_37] [varchar](32) NULL,
    [VAR32_38] [varchar](32) NULL,
    [VAR32_39] [varchar](32) NULL,
    [VAR32_40] [varchar](32) NULL,
    [VAR32_41] [varchar](32) NULL,
    [VAR32_42] [varchar](32) NULL,
    [VAR32_43] [varchar](32) NULL,
    [VAR32_44] [varchar](32) NULL,
    [VAR32_45] [varchar](32) NULL,
    [VAR32_46] [varchar](32) NULL,
    [VAR32_47] [varchar](32) NULL,
    [VAR32_48] [varchar](32) NULL,
    [VAR32_49] [varchar](32) NULL,
    [VAR32_50] [varchar](32) NULL,
    [VAR32_51] [varchar](32) NULL,
    [VAR32_52] [varchar](32) NULL,
    [VAR32_53] [varchar](32) NULL,
    [VAR32_54] [varchar](32) NULL,
    [VAR32_55] [varchar](32) NULL,
    [VAR32_56] [varchar](32) NULL,
    [VAR32_57] [varchar](32) NULL,
    [VAR32_58] [varchar](32) NULL,
    [VAR32_59] [varchar](32) NULL,
    [VAR32_60] [varchar](32) NULL,
    [VAR32_61] [varchar](32) NULL,
    [VAR32_62] [varchar](32) NULL,
    [VAR32_63] [varchar](32) NULL,
    [VAR32_64] [varchar](32) NULL,
    [VAR64_01] [varchar](64) NULL,
    [VAR64_02] [varchar](64) NULL,
    [VAR64_03] [varchar](64) NULL,
    [VAR64_04] [varchar](64) NULL,
    [VAR64_05] [varchar](64) NULL,
    [VAR64_06] [varchar](64) NULL,
    [VAR64_07] [varchar](64) NULL,
    [VAR64_08] [varchar](64) NULL,
    [VAR64_09] [varchar](64) NULL,
    [VAR64_10] [varchar](64) NULL,
    [VAR64_11] [varchar](64) NULL,
    [VAR64_12] [varchar](64) NULL,
    [VAR64_13] [varchar](64) NULL,
    [VAR64_14] [varchar](64) NULL,
    [VAR64_15] [varchar](64) NULL,
    [VAR64_16] [varchar](64) NULL,
    [VAR64_17] [varchar](64) NULL,
    [VAR64_18] [varchar](64) NULL,
    [VAR64_19] [varchar](64) NULL,
    [VAR64_20] [varchar](64) NULL,
    [VAR64_21] [varchar](64) NULL,
    [VAR64_22] [varchar](64) NULL,
    [VAR64_23] [varchar](64) NULL,
    [VAR64_24] [varchar](64) NULL,
    [VAR64_25] [varchar](64) NULL,
    [VAR64_26] [varchar](64) NULL,
    [VAR64_27] [varchar](64) NULL,
    [VAR64_28] [varchar](64) NULL,
    [VAR64_29] [varchar](64) NULL,
    [VAR64_30] [varchar](64) NULL,
    [VAR64_31] [varchar](64) NULL,
    [VAR64_32] [varchar](64) NULL,
    [VAR128_01] [varchar](128) NULL,
    [VAR128_02] [varchar](128) NULL,
    [VAR128_03] [varchar](128) NULL,
    [VAR128_04] [varchar](128) NULL,
    [VAR128_05] [varchar](128) NULL,
    [VAR128_06] [varchar](128) NULL,
    [VAR128_07] [varchar](128) NULL,
    [VAR128_08] [varchar](128) NULL,
    [VAR128_09] [varchar](128) NULL,
    [VAR128_10] [varchar](128) NULL,
    [VAR128_11] [varchar](128) NULL,
    [VAR128_12] [varchar](128) NULL,
    [VAR128_13] [varchar](128) NULL,
    [VAR128_14] [varchar](128) NULL,
    [VAR128_15] [varchar](128) NULL,
    [VAR128_16] [varchar](128) NULL,
    [VAR256_01] [varchar](256) NULL,
    [VAR256_02] [varchar](256) NULL,
    [VAR256_03] [varchar](256) NULL,
    [VAR256_04] [varchar](256) NULL,
    [VAR256_05] [varchar](256) NULL,
    [VAR256_06] [varchar](256) NULL,
    [VAR256_07] [varchar](256) NULL,
    [VAR256_08] [varchar](256) NULL,
    [VAR512_01] [varchar](512) NULL,
    [VAR512_02] [varchar](512) NULL,
    [VAR512_03] [varchar](512) NULL,
    [VAR512_04] [varchar](512) NULL,
    [VAR1024_01] [varchar](1024) NULL,
    [VAR1024_02] [varchar](1024) NULL,
    [E] [varchar](20) NULL,
    [M] [varchar](40) NULL,
    [E] [varchar](50) NULL,
    [N] [varchar](40) NULL,
    [TN] [int]    NULL,
    [T] [numeric](1, 0) NULL,
    [D] [numeric](1, 0) NULL,
RESTRICTION [XPKtable_name] PRIMARY KEY NOT CLUTTERED
(
    [L] ASC,
    [R] ASC
)

Following these missing index details, I am planning to create an index with the following definition:

create a non-clustered index table_name_incl (A, VAR32_02) includes (L, R, E, T, D, VAR32_10, VAR32_18, VAR32_20, VAR32_20, VAR32__Apartication of the boat of the vessel)

I have reached the previous columns based on the number of occurrences of these columns in the 6 missing index statistics.

As you can see in the table definition, this is a heap and does not have an index grouped in this table.

I appreciate your guidance or any help in this.

Version: Microsoft SQL Server 2014 (SP3) (KB4022619) - 12.0.6024.0 (X64) September 7, 2018 01:37:51 Enterprise Edition: Licenses based on kernel (64 bits) in Windows NT 6.3 (Build 9600 :) ( Hypervisor)