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Elder
Dempster
Lines

EDL

other West African fleets in the 1960s

 

Palm Line
Palm Line
The company was formed by the United Africa Company in 1949. The Palm Line name and shipping conference rights were transferred to the Ocean Fleets group in 1985, and the last of the ships sold in 1986.
Palm Line
Ikeja Palm
Ikeja Palm
Palm Line ships
Palm Line
Palm Line
The Coming of Age 1949-1970
Roger Kohn
Palm Line, 1970

Ships in Focus Ships in Focus
Ships in Focus - Record 35 (November 2006) and Record 36 (March 2007)
include an illustrated short history and fleet list of Palm Line

Ships in Focus

 

Black Star Line
Black Star Line
The company was formed at Ghana Independence in 1957. Black Star Line experienced many difficulties in the 1970s and 1980s, and in 1998 the last ships were sold.
Black Star Line
Sakumo Lagoon
Sakumo Lagoon (listed above as the Sakumo River)
Black Star Line ships
Ships in Focus
Ships in Focus - Record 38 (November 2007)
includes an illustrated short history and fleet list of Black Star Line

Ships in Focus

 

Nigerian National Shipping Line
Nigerian National Shipping Line
Nigerian National Line was established in 1959 with the assistance of Elder Dempster Lines and Palm Line. It became wholly Nigeria owned in 1961, subsequently becoming the Nigerian National Shipping Line. NNSL experienced difficulties from the 1970s and went into liquidation in 1995.
Nigerian National Shipping Line
Nnamdi Azikwe
Nnamdi Azikwe
NNSL ships
Ships in Focus Ships in Focus
Ships in Focus - Record 41 (November 2008) and Record 42 (March 2009)
include an illustrated short history and fleet list of Nigerian National Shipping Line

Ships in Focus

 

West African Lines Conference
The fleets above formed part of the West African Lines Conference (WALCON). In 1964 the Conference comprised -

  • Elder Dempster Lines
  • Guinea Gulf Line
  • Palm Line
  • Black Star Line
  • Nigerian National Shipping Line
  • Holland West Africa Line
  • Woermann Line
  • Scandinavian West Africa Line

Elder Dempster Lines, Palm Line, and Nigerian National Shipping Line in 1965 formed the African Containers Express company.

In 1968 the West African Lines Conference was reorganized, and replaced by the United Kingdom West Africa Lines Joint Service (UKWAL) and the Continent West Africa Conference (COWAC).

 

Holland West Africa Line
HWAL
The company was originally formed in the 1920s.
HWAL
Liberiakust
HWAL ships

 

Woermann Line
Woermann Line
The company was originally formed in 1837.

 

Scandinavian West Africa Line
Scandinavian West Africa Line
The company was formed after the second world war.

 

ship

ocean ships
fleet lists by kind permission and © Ian Allan Publishing
and taken from Ocean Ships B Moody, 1964
photograph of Ikeja Palm © Paul Hughes
all other photographs © Mike Ingham
book covers © publishers and authors
covers of Record © and courtesy Ships in Focus
Elder Dempster Lines House Flag © Elder Dempster Lines
house flags and funnel colours © the individual companies

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