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The claimant argued that the cause of the damage was that the steamship company did not prepare the container load correctly.
Nakilat-Keppel Offshore Marine (N-KOM) has signed a "fleet agreement" with Samos Steamship Company during the recent Posidonia exhibition held in Athens.
Isle of Shoals Steamship Company is hosting cruises featuring the region's top touring and recording bands, such as Entrain, above, setting sail Thursday.
Hollywood to Honolulu; the story of the Los Angeles Steamship Company.
It was formed by mergers of Mitsui Steamship Company with O.
The vessels will be built by the Japanese shipbuilding group Universal Shipbuilding Corporation (formerly NKK Corporation and Hitachi Zosen Corporation) for delivery to the Japanese ship-owner Sanko Steamship Company (Sanko Line) between 2010 and 2012.
These were, however, but overtures to the inauguration of a steamship company, the Black Star Line.
Jeff Marston, chief executive of the Isles of Scilly Steamship Company, which operates the Skybus air service from Newquay, said, "We have been looking at expanding our service and entering new markets for some time.
This paper draws on new data found in ledgers of the Pacific Mail Steamship Company for the period from 1913 to 1919, representing over 29,000 of its 'alien passengers" (including native-born American Chinese) coming from Asia and from Central America.
Built by the Munson Steamship Company, a prominent shipping line active in the South American sugar and lumber trade, it served as the company's headquarters until 1921.
He saw active service in the South West Pacific Area on vessels such as the Era and Lawana from the Melbourne Steamship Company, which plied the coastal routes between southern Australia and the war torn islands to the north, at a time when 1 in 8 Merchant Mariners met their demise at the hands of the enemy.
Nor do we encounter much about the humble coastal and river craft which constituted the lifeblood of imperial maritime networks (companies like the Irrawaddy Flotilla, the Straits Steamship, Burns-Philp, and more) or the colonial companies that complemented the metropolitan effort (only the Union Steamship Company of New Zealand is mentioned).