Anchor Ships and Anchor Men. The History of the Anchor Shipping & Foundry Co. Ltd,

By: Kirk, Allan

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A.H & A.W. Reed, First Edition. 1967 . The Anchor Line was founded in Nelson in 1862 is the oldest shipping company in New Zealand. Today six fine modern motor vessels of the Anchor Line are playing an important part in the coastal transportation services of New Zealand. The Company has had stiff competition to face during most of its history. It has had also to share the national stresses of wars and economic depressions. Its survival and success have stemmed from its people: initiative, toughness, loyalty have been the hallmark of the Anchor men, shore-based and sea-going, senior and junior. Untidy nibbled just jacket under protective mylar plastic covers. With a salutation to the "Presented to D.B. McPherson by Secretary of Anchor Engineering Co.," 186pp. 222 x 140mm

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