Bestellen Sie Ihre Fahnen / Flaggen im Flaggen-Shop bei fahnenversand.de


Diese Website beschäftigt sich mit der Wissenschaft der Vexillologie (Flaggenkunde).
Alle auf dieser Website dargebotenen Abbildungen dienen ausschließlich der Informationsvermittlung im Sinne der Flaggenkunde.
Der Hoster dieser Seite distanziert sich ausdrücklich von jedweden hierauf u.U. dargestellten Symbolen verfassungsfeindlicher Organisationen.

This is a mirror of a page that is part of © FOTW Flags Of The World website.
Anything above the previous line isnt part of the Flags of the World Website and was added by the hoster of this mirror.

Deutsche Binnenreederei (German Shipping Company)

Last modified: 2017-11-11 by german editorial team
Keywords: baltic lloyd | deutsche binnen ag | deutsche binnen veb | deutsche oderschiffahrt | dgdsb |
Links: FOTW homepage | search | disclaimer and copyright | write us | mirrors




[Deutsche Binnenreederei] image by Klaus-Michael Schneider, 19 Mar 2007 See also:

Deutsche Binnenreederei

Deutsche Binnenreederei AG - it is a red flag with a blue edge with white fimbriation at either edge without the hoist. In the centre of the flag is a white anchor with a chain.
I spotted this flag on 15 January 2007 on top of Rödingsmarkt-office of the company.
Klaus-Michael Schneider, 19 Mar 2007

Deutsche Binnenreederei AG was established in 1989 as the successor of VEB VEB Deutsche Binnenreederei, a DDR shipping company. The flags of both are similar. Today the company has two main branches in Berlin and in Hamburg (Rödingsmarkt 26). The company became recently a member of Odratrans group.
The information was given by Mr. H.Tominski. For further information see company website.
Klaus-Michael Schneider, 23 Aug 2008

The flag like logo on their website is not very clear but to me it looks like that on the website of Baltic Lloyd at http://www.balticlloyd.com where the anchor cable is hanging the other way.
Neale Rosanoski, 29 Aug 2010

That is right, "Baltic" is a daughter from "Deutsche Binnen", which had been a successor of an East German company "VEB Deutsche Binnen"(?).  We have both in
our pages. You can see, they have very similar flags. "Deutsche Binnen" after 1990 was located in Rostock and Hamburg. Their building in Hamburg has been torn
down last year. I don't know, whether the company still has a Hamburg branch. Furthermore the company nowadays since at least two years belongs to a Polish
group, I believe it's "Odratrans". (information given by "Deutsche Binnen"). I already had had posted these infos to list.
I had been in their Hamburg office, the company doesn't answer any private emails. So it might be the better idea, to take a look into http://www.marcollect.de/ (in German only).
Klaus-Michael Schneider, 30 Aug 2010


Baltic Lloyd

[Baltic Lloyd] image by Klaus-Michael Schneider, 7 Apr 2009

Baltic Lloyd Schifffahrt-Spedition-Logistik GmbH
The company today is located in Rostock. It was established as a 100% daughter of Deutsche Binnenreederei (DBR) on 7 August 1997, based on cooperation with “Moskauer Binnenschiffahrt”. The purpose was inland/coastal shipping in the Baltic countries, incl. Northwestern Russia, the river Rhine and the North Sea and Baltic Sea. Due to troubles on Russian market the company didn’t succeed and DBR looked forward to sell it.
On 1 March 2000 it was bought by Rostockian businessmen Rolf Kroeger and Manfred Reining and advanced to a modern logistics company, due to the motto: shipping, transport, logistics, freighting and storage, all in one. The company acquired the logistics branch of Finno-Swedish paper manufacturer “Stora-Enso” in the same year.
In April 2001 the logistics company “Horst Mosolf KG”, dealing exclusively with cars, was acquired. Since then all transports across the Baltic Sea are logistically accompanied by Baltic Lloyd.
In 2003 “BALTIC SEA TERMINAL” in Rostock was completed and the company was able to run a complete harbour and logistic service.
Since 2006 there is a branch in the new built port of Lubmin. In Szczecin, Kaliningrad, Hamburg the company is represented by agents.
Source: Klaus-Peter Bühne, translated by Klaus-Michael Schneider.

Description of flag: It is the flag of Deutsche Binnenreederei, added by white, serifed capitals “B” in the upper hoist of the red field and “L” in the lower fly.
Klaus-Michael Schneider, 7 Apr 2009


VEB Deutsche Binnenreederei

[VEB Deutsche Binnenreederei until 1989 (Germany)] 2:3 image by Victor Lomantsov, 9 Feb 2001 VEB Deutsche Binnenreederei (DBR) operated all merchant vessels on national and European inland waterways.
Volker Moerbitz Keith, 9 Feb 2001

Red flag with a white anchor in center, bordered by a blue stripe on top, bottom and fly side [as on the DSR flag]. Source: Meyers Neues Lexikon, Leipzig, 1974.
Volker Moerbitz Keith, 9 Feb 2001

I made my drawings not from Meyers Neues Lexikon directly, but from my old notes taken about 10 years ago. I may have been wrong with proportions, ratio, small details (for example, cord of anchor) etc.
Victor Lomantsov, 9 Feb 2001

Victor Lomantsov's image is from Meyers Neues Lexikon which I consider somewhat more reliable than my fading memory. (...) If we use today's Weisse Flotte Potsdam flag as a reference for both the Deutsche Binnenreederei and the Weisse Flotte flag, the ratio would be 1:4:1. I would say we go with Meyers Neues Lexikon.
Volker Moerbitz Keith, 31 Oct 2001

Deutsche Binnenreederei AG was established in 1989 as the successor of VEB Deutsche Binnenreederei, a DDR shipping company. The flags of both are similar. Today the company has two main branches in Berlin and in Hamburg (Rödingsmarkt 26). The company became recently a member of Odratrans group. The information was given by Mr. H.Tominski. For further information click: http://www.binnenreederei.de
Klaus-Michael Schneider, 23 Aug 2008


Jack

[VEB Deutsche Binnenreederei, jack (East Germany)] 2:3 image by Volker Moerbitz Keith and Victor Lomantsov, 9 Feb 2001

A red triangular pennant with a blue border on top and bottom and a white anchor in center.
Volker Moerbitz Keith, 9 Feb 2001


Deutsche Oderschiffahrtsgesellschaft

[Deutsche Oderschiffahrtsgesellschaft] image by Klaus-Michael Schneider, based on an image sent by Jan Mertens, 8 Nov 2008

The following site (in German), dedicated to East German inland shipping, has the DOS represented: Founded in 1949, DOS or ‘Deutsche Oderschiffahrtsgesellschaft’ (i.e. German Oder Shipping Co. – named after the River Oder) operated barges identified by a white triangle, one point up, placed on a red background.  Vessels’ bows showed this emblem but it also appeared on a pennant.

A growing tendency towards centralization led to the merger of DOS with DSU or ‘Deutsche Schiffahrts- und Umschlagszentrale’ (i.e. German Shipping and
Transhipment Central) in 1957 to form ‘Deutsche Binnenreederei’ (i.e. German Inland Shipping Co.).
Jan Mertens, 8 Nov 2008


DOS pennant

[Deutsche Oderschiffahrtsgesellschaft wimpel] image by Klaus-Michael Schneider, based on an image sent by Jan Mertens, 8 Nov 2008

Dampfer-Genossenschaft Deutscher Strom- und Binnenschiffer

[Dampfer-Genossenschaft Deutscher Strom- und Binnenschiffer] image by Jens Pattke, 11 Oct 2005

Dampfer-Genossenschaft Deutscher Strom- und Binnenschiffer GmbH (Gesellschaft mit beschraenkter Haftung). That is: Steamer Company of German River and Inland Shipping Ltd.

This company was a Co-operative Society of private skippers, founded in 1889 in the city of Fürstenberg (Oder), at present the city of Eisenhüttenstadt. The skippers sailed on the Friedrich-Wilhelm-Kanal (at present Oder-Spree-Kanal). They transported cargo from the river Oder to the German capital Berlin. In 1956 the co-op was nationalised and became the Firma VEB Binnenschiffahrt; in the German Democratic Republic it was a state-firm.
Jens Pattke, 11 Oct 2005


back to D-companies main page click here


 
Anything below the following line isnt part of the Flags of the World Website and was added by the hoster of this mirror.

Bei fahnenversand.de erhalten Sie eine Vielzahl an günstigen Flaggen, Pins und Aufnähern, zum Beispiel:
Flagge Gösch / Norddeutscher Bund (1871-1903)
 (150 x 90 cm) Flagge Flaggen Fahne Fahnen kaufen bestellen Shop Aufnäher Schottischer Löwe /
 Royal Banner of Scotland
 in Wappenform (6,2 x 7,3 cm) Flagge Flaggen Fahne Fahnen kaufen bestellen Shop Fahne von Saarbrücken
 (150 x 90 cm) Premium Flagge Flaggen Fahne Fahnen kaufen bestellen Shop Stockflaggen Moldawien
 (45 x 30 cm) Flagge Flaggen Fahne Fahnen kaufen bestellen Shop Tisch-Flagge Laos Flagge Flaggen Fahne Fahnen kaufen bestellen Shop