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Peter Döhle (German Shipping Company)

Hammonia Reederei; Peter Döhle Schiffahrt,Hellespont-Hammonia

Last modified: 2012-07-11 by klaus-michael schneider
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Peter Döhle Schiffahrts KG

[Peter Döhle Schiffahrts KG (Shipping Company, Germany)] image by Jorge Candeias, 18 Feb 1999

Red, with a narrow white lozenge and two very narrow horizontal white stripes along the top and bottom edges of the flag. In the lozenge, the letters 'PD' in black bold capitals.
Jorge Candeias, 18 Feb 1999


Hammonia

[Hammonia Reederei] image by Klaus-Michael Schneider, 21 Apr 2009

Hammonia Reederei GmbH und Co KG
The company is located in Hamburg at Elbchaussee together with Peter Döhle Schiffahrts KG and Hellespont-Hammonia.
Hammonia was established as a joint venture of Peter Döhle and Hanseatische Capitalberatungsgesellschaft (HCI) in 2003. General Electrics(GE) joined later. The management of the company was maintained by Peter Döhle while HCI and Hammonia together were managing attended shipping companies. During the last years the company had been iniated more than 20 ships average each year.
It is a white flag with vertical black stripes at the edges of hoist and fly. In the middle shifted to the top is a logo, three red towers of the Hamburg castle, simplified to mere rectangles, the right and left tower topped by a red 6-point star. Benaeth the catsle is a blue field, separated from the castle by a white wavy line. The whole is shaped like an edgeless shield. Below the logo is a black inscription in serifed capitals: “HAMMONIA” above “REEDEREI”, the latter slightly smaller.
Source: www. Marcollect.de.
Klaus-Michael Schneider, 21 Apr 2009

Hellespont-Hammonia

[Hellespont-Hammonia Reederei] image by Ivan Sache, 13 Nov 2003

The house flag of Hellespont Group is blue with a white cross. An off-centred blue cross, apparently with the vertical arm larger than the horizontal one, is placed inside the white cross. A white disc with a blue border is placed in the middle of the cross and charged with the blue Greek letters FBP (= Phi Beta Pi), the initials of the founder of the company.
Source: In his webpage Josef Nüsse denotes this flag as houseflag of Hamburg based Hellespont-Hammonia GmbH & Co. KG Ivan Sache & Dov Gutterman, 13 Nov 2003