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Houseflags of Norwegian maritime companies (E-G)

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E.B. Aaby

[E.B. Aaby houseflag ] by Jarig Bakker
Source: Brown's Flags and Funnels of British and Foreign Steamship Companies, compiled by F.J.N. Wedge, Glasgow, 1926 [wed26]

Oslo - red flag, stylized "A".
Jarig Bakker, 30 Janurary 2004


Eidsiva Rederi

[Eidsiva Rederi] by Ivan Sache
Source: http://www.eidsiva.no/

The company was founded in 1930 by Sverre Ditlev-Simonsen as the Skipsaksjeselskapel Eidsiva, and renamed in 1996 Eidsiva Rederi ASA. The flag is swallow-tailed, asymetrical, red with a white diagonal stripe charged with SDS, the founder's initials, in blue.
Ivan Sache, 2 December 2003


Erling Lund

[Erling Lund flag] by Jarig Bakker
Source: Brown's Flags and Funnels of British and Foreign Steamship Companies, compiled by F.J.N. Wedge, Glasgow, 1926 [wed26]

Oslo - white flag, red "L".
Jarig Bakker, 22 February 2005


Falck Shipping A/S

[Falck Shipping] by Ivan Sache
Source: http://www.falckagencies.com/

The company was founded in 1862 in Stavanger by Thomas S. Falck (1829-1889), the Norwegian consul in Newcastle (United Kingdom). In 1936, it was renamed Jacob Falck ANS, Jacob Falck being the Swedish consul in Stavanger. The company was eventually renamed Falck Shipping A/S in 1984. The flag is a red swallow-tailed pennant with a white star in the middle.
Ivan Sache, 2 December 2003


Fearnley & Eger

[Fearnley & Eger flag] by Jarig Bakker
Source: Brown's Flags and Funnels of British and Foreign Steamship Companies, compiled by F.J.N. Wedge, Glasgow, 1926 [wed26]

Oslo - white flag bordered red; blue Maltese cross.
Jarig Bakker, 2 February 2005


Fred Olsen Lines

[Houseflag of Fred Olsen Lines] by António Martins

Much of the Fred. Olsen company is still based in Norway, as well as in Liechtenstein, the Channel Islands, etc. The company is involved in shipping, manufacturing of watches (Timex), etc. Fred. Olsen also owns much land in Gomera, one of the Canary Islands, which explains the Líneas Fred. Olsen with a houseflag similar to that of the Norwegian company but with the colours of Spain.
Jan Oskar Engene, 5 February 1999


Fylkesbaatane i Sogn og Fjordane

[Fylkesbaatane i Sogn og Fjordane houseflag] by Jorge Candeias


G.T. Monsen

[G.T. Monsen flag] by Jarig Bakker
Source: Brown's Flags and Funnels of British and Foreign Steamship Companies, compiled by F.J.N. Wedge, Glasgow, 1926 [wed26]

Stavanger - five horizontal stripes of white and red.
Jarig Bakker, 4 February 2005


Gunnar Knudsen, Porsgrunn

[Gunnar Knudsen] by Jarig Bakker
Source: Brown's Flags and Funnels of British and Foreign Steamship Companies, compiled by F.J.N. Wedge, Glasgow, 1926 [wed26]

White flag bordered red; blue "AB".
Jarig Bakker, 24 December 2004


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