Isbrandtsen-Moller Line
(Isbrandtsen-Moller Co. - ISMOLCO)


Isbrandtsen-Moller Co. was a joint venture between the cousins Hans Isbrandtsen and A. P. Møller,
the latter being the founder and owner of Maersk Line of Denmark. Isbrandtsen founded his own
Isbrandtsen Steamship Co. in 1939 to operate ships in areas where ISMOLCO
was not involved. Due to a conflict between the cousins, ISMOLCO was dissolved in 1941.

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Maersk Line
(Far East service operated by Isbrandtsen-Moller Co.)
General information brochure/deck plan (no sailings listed) (undated; c. 1935)
Vessel(s) Ports of call
Nora Maersk
Peter Maersk
Anna Maersk
Gertrude Maersk
Niel Maersk
New York, Hampton Roads, Savannah, Cristobal/Balboa, Los Angeles, Yokohama, Kobe, Shanghai, Hong Kong, Manila.
Return voyages: Manila, Hong Kong, Shanghai, Kobe, Nagoya, Shimidzu, Yokohama, Los Angeles, Cristobal/Balboa, New York.

(According to the route map.)


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This page last updated May 16, 2010.