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  Memories of a Shipbroker

 

30 exciting episodes of early Korean Shipbuilding days..

The beautiful memories of the Man, who made it all possible..

 

 

Contents ;

 

PART ONE - AT MIPO BAY

The Very Large Crude Carrier: sailing towards a new era

Atlantic Baron: the first VLCC

Scott Lithgow Shipyard: the teacher becomes the student

Kurt JW Schou: the first President of Hyundai Shipyard with Viking blood

Jack Duncan: a Scot in Arabic shipping

World-Wide Shipping: the gap opened between two giants

A long, long day: July 30, 1987; the new Industrial Revolution

Arbitration: a feast for the solicitors

Brompton Club: We all jumped beautifully

Barber Blue Sea Line: a two-month battle

 

PART TWO - TO THE OCEAN

Finland Steamship; and a people who resemble Koreans exactly

Federal Navigation: the great supporter of the newborn shipyard

Nigeria National Shipping Line: ties between developing countries

Salen Shipping: a perfect drama

A voyage to Homers home: Efploia Shipping

A floating cement terminal and a tug of war with Saudi industry

South India Shipping Corporation: legend on the Bay of Bengal

Shipping Corporation of India: winning a gold medal

Wah Kwong Shipping: the look of a great Chinese man

Torben Karlshoej - Teekay Shipping

 

PART THREE - IN THE WORLD

55th Street, New York: first impressions of America

It is an open world, but there is a closed door between North & South Korea

A journal in Nigeria: a short visit by senior Korean members

A trip to Iraq, the birthplace of ancient civilization

A trip to Iran: Islamic Republic of Iran Shipping Lines

A sketch from Bombay: longing for India

A trip to Ukraine: Kherson Shipyard

Scenes from the arbitration court

Tundra yet to be melted: transaction in Russia

Ship sales: pulling down cultural barriers

  

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