Nedlloyd Lines
(Nedlloyd Lijnen)

Netherlands

Comprised a number of Dutch shipping companies, among others Nederland Line,
Royal Rotterdam Lloyd and VNS - United Netherlands Navigation Co.,
later also KNSM - Royal Netherlands Steamship Co. Merged with P&O Containers to form
P&O Nedlloyd in 1996, which in turn was acquired by A.P. Moller-Maersk Group of Denmark in 2005
and merged with Maersk Sealand to become simply Maersk Line in 2006 - the world's largest shipping company.


Holland-East Asia Line/Nedlloyd Lines
Sailings September 1966-April 1967
Vessel(s) Ports of call
Holland-East Asia Line:
Radja
Sinoutskerk
Almkerk
Schiekerk
Aagtekerk
Spaarnekerk
Rondo
Servaaskerk
Arendskerk
Typical voyages:

1) Amsterdam or Rotterdam, Marseilles, Genoa, Port Said, Penang, Port Swettenham, Singapore, Bangkok, Hong Kong, China (Shanghai?).
Return voyages: China, Philippines, Singapore, Port Swettenham, Penang, Aden (optional), Djibouti, Aqaba, Port Said, Tripoli (Libya), Genoa, Marseilles, Antwerp, Amsterdam/Rotterdam.

2) Rotterdam, Port Said, Singapore, Hong Kong, Manila, Japan (Kobe, Nagoya and/or Yokohama).
Return voyages: Japan, Hong Kong, Aden (optional), Djibouti, Aqaba, Port Said, Tripoli (Libya), Genoa, Marseilles, Antwerp, Amsterdam/Rotterdam.

Nedlloyd Lines:
Main Lloyd
Sumatra
Neder Eems
Slamat
Langkoe
Neder Waal
Madison Lloyd
Karimata
Bali
Wonosobo
Karachi
Mataram
Banggai
Borneo
Typical voyages:

1) Amsterdam or Rotterdam, Port Said, Djibouti, Aden (optional), Penang, Port Swettenham, Bangkok, Hong Kong, China (Shanghai?).
Return voyages: China, Hong Kong, Singapore, Port Swettenham, Penang, Aden (optional), Port Said, Beirut, Genoa, Barcelona, Amsterdam/Rotterdam.

2) Rotterdam, Port Said, Djibouti, Aden (optional), Singapore, Hong Kong, Manila, Keelung, Japan (Kobe, Nagoya and/or Yokohama).
Return voyages: Japan, Hong Kong, Port Swettenham, Penang, Aden (optional), Djibouti, Port Said, Beirut, Barcelona, Antwerp, Amsterdam/Rotterdam.

3) Amsterdam or Rotterdam, Marseilles, Genoa, Port Said, Penang, Port Swettenham, Singapore, Bangkok, Manila.
Return voyages: Philippines, Tg. Mani, Singapore, Port Swettenham, Penang, Colombo (optional), Aden (optional), Djibouti, Aqaba, Port Said, Genoa, Marseilles, Barcelona, Bilbao, Amsterdam/Rotterdam.

4) Amsterdam, London, Marseilles, Genoa, Red Sea ports, Djibouti, Aden (optional), North Borneo (Labuan, Jesselton and/or Sandakan), Port Moresby, Honiara, Rabaul.
Return voyages: Australian New Guinea (Lae, Madang, Alexishafen and/or Wewak), West Irian (Sukarnapura, Biak, Manokwari and/or Sorong), Tg. Mani, Bangkok, Singapore, Aden (optional), Djibouti, Port Said, Amsterdam/ Rotterdam.

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See also the shipping in 1971 section.

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This page last updated April 5, 2009.