|THORSCAPE - 1954 - Courtesy Narve Sorensen
|THORSWAVE AT CAPETOWN. - Author's File
"T" jetty at the Port of Durban circa 1950,
the principal port for CCAL on the South and East African coast.
|THORSHOPE - 1958 - Courtesy Narve Sorensen
|THORSCARRIER - 1959 - Courtesy Narve Sorensen
|THORSCAPE 1977 - Courtesy Narve Sorensen
Mr. Per Fogstad retired as Managing Director at
the end of 1977. Mr. Fogstad was replaced by Mr. Øystein Bøe.
Inspektør Karl Otto Evensen døde plutselig den 9.
juli 1975 under et opphold i Oslo, vel 58 år gammel. Evensen ville neste år ha kunnet feire 30 års sammenhengende
tjeneste i A/S Thor Dahl idet han startet sin maskinistkarriere 14. juni 1946 ombord på MS THORNES. Senere var han maskinsjef
på MS PHILAE, MS THOR I, MS THORSHALL, MS THORSCAPE, MS THORSRIVER og MS THORSØY
|M.V. THORSHOPE in the St. Lawrence Seaway 1977 - THOR GLIMT May/77
Captain Oscar Lian retired at the beginning of 1978
at the age of 60. Captain Lian started sailing with the company in 1952.
Mr. Philip R. Gosling, President of Kerr Steamships
(Canada) Ltd., Montreal, General Agents for C.C.A.L, ended his career on the 30th. of April 1976.
He joined Kerr in 1951 as Line Manager for C.C.A.L. and later became top man of the Company. He was a good natured
and experienced shipping man with whom it was a pleasure to work.
Line Manager Mr. Ragnar Klavenes in the Sandfjord
On the 12th. June 1980, Captain John Sørensen
retired after a long sailing career with the Company. On the right, Owner of C.C.A.L. Lars Christensen and
on the left Director Øistein Bøe, both in Sandfjord.
Line meeting held in a cottage in the Norwegian
mountains. Needless to say some time was set aside for recreation as well !:
From left to right: Mr. R. Klavenes, A. Gjevik,
P.O. Jensen, H. Oosterhuis and Herbert Lambert.
|Befrakterassistent IVAR NILSEN. - THOR GLIMT May/78
Above, Assistant Line Manager and later Line
Manager P.O. Jensen in the Sandfjord head office.
Captain Olaf Niemann retired in 1978, after
18 years as owners representatives/port captain for CCAL in Montreal. He was replaced by Captain A. Gjevik.
Mr. Coos de Vries, Managing Director of Nedlloyd
Agencies (Pty) Ltd., Durban, General Agents for C.C.A.L., at his retirement and Royal decoration end 1981.
M.V. THORSCAPE, the first vessel to arrive
at the Port of Hamilton, Ontario in the 1979 navigational season. A reception was held on the vessel on
From left to right: Mr. Earl Perkins
- Hamilton Harbour Commissioners, Chief Engineer R. Martinsen, Mrs. M. Olsen, Captain Fritjof M. Olsen,
Master of M.V. THORSCAPE, Chief Officer R. Myrsve, Mr. Alway, Hamilton Harbour Commissioners, Captain
A. Gjevik, Owners Representative, CCAL.
M.V. THOR 1 unloading locomotives in Mombasa,
M.V. THOR 1 with the CN tower as deck cargo!
M.V. THORSCAPE in Montreal loading a tourist bus
destined for Africa.
M.V. THORSCAPE in Montreal loading John Deere tractors
for African farmers.
A new reefer facility was opened at shed 51,
Hochelaga Terminal, Port of Montreal on 16th May 1978. The shed was mainly built to receive/distribute fruit
from South Africa mostly carried by CCAL vessels.
Mr. Roger Paquin, President Logistec Corporation
is seen cutting the ribbon.
THOR (The God of Thunder) given a facelift in Capetown.
M.V. THOR 1 in the Port of Dar-es-Salaam.
Managers from Africa discuss CCAL Marketing.
M.V. THORSCAPE in Durban Dry Dock.
Dec 1981- A/S Thor Dahl's new offices in Sandfjord,
M.V. THOR 1 passing Eisenhower Lock in the St. Lawrence
Unloading of heavy lifts at Mombasa.
The head office in Sandefjord.
Head Office personnel in Sandefjord.
Well known people from Nedlloyd in Africa - November
MATERIAL FOR C.C.A.L. WAS KINDLY PROVIDED BY MR. COOS DE VRIES AND RETIRED CAPTAIN ANDREAS
GJEVIK OF MONTREAL.
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