Maersk Line


Maersk Line, a part of A.P. Moller-Maersk Group, is the world's largest container shipping company.
It bought its main rival P&O Nedlloyd in 2005.

Before WW2, founder A.P. Møller created Isbrandtsen-Moller Co. (ISMOLCO) with his
cousin Hans Isbrandtsen to operate some ships of Maersk Line. 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.)


See the archives section for more brochures of Maersk Line.


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This page last updated December 10, 2017.