With Constant Care--: A.P. Møller: Shipowner 1876-1965

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Schultz Forlag, 1988 - Merchant marine - 325 pages
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Contents

Foreword
9
Foundation
11
Shipping at the Turn of the Century
13
l7 A Seafaring Family
17
The Young A P M0ller
28
Formation of The Steamship Company Svendborg
35
Cautious Growth
43
Formation of The Steamship Company of 1912
53
19391945
157
The Outbreak of
159
German Occupation
165
In the Free World
175
Return of the Fleet and Compensation
184
Expansion
192
Rebuilding the Fleet
193
The New Yard at Lind0
201

A P M0llers own Firm
58
Danish Shipping and the Clash between the Great Powers
63
The Maersk Shipping Companies during the First World
68
Adapting to Peace
77
Consolidation The Years between the Wars
83
A P M0ller Founds The Odense Steelship Yard
87
The Second World
89
Expansion of the Fleet
93
The Tramp Trade
101
The IsbrandtsenMoller Company
107
The Liner Business
110
The Tanker Trade
119
Other Shipping Ventures
126
Shipping Politics at Home and Abroad
132
Involvement in other Sectors
141
A P M0llers Management of the Shipping Companies
145
The Decline of Traditional Tramping
209
Expansion of the Liner Network
216
Oil Transportation in Ever Larger Vessels
226
The Maersk Refinery and Danbritkem
232
The Concession for Oil Exploration
237
Other Activities outside the Shipping Sector
243
Management and Organisation
249
Economic Environment
258
The Foundations A P M0ller
265
in Private and in the Public Debate
271
Fleet List 19041965
286
3l0 List of Shipyards
309
Development of the Maersk Fleet 19041965
315
Sources
318
Index People and Ships
319
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