Australasian Steamship Owners' Federation

Identity area

Type of entity

Industry association

Authorized form of name

Australasian Steamship Owners' Federation

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Description area

Dates of existence

1899 - c. 1986

History

The Australasian Steamship Owners Federation was established in September 1899 after its predecessor, the Victorian Steamship Owners' Association, was formally wound up. The federation modelled itself on the Shipping Federation, London, and its founding members were Huddart Parker & Co, McIlwraith McEachern & Co, the Union Steamship Company of New Zealand, the Australasian Steam Navigation Company, and the Adelaide Steamship Company. By 1922 branches were established in Sydney, Brisbane, Adelaide and Fremantle. The Newcastle branch was established in 1928. In 1986 the Australian National Maritime Association was formed out of the ASOF.

Places

Head Office: Melbourne; Branches: Sydney; Brisbane; Adelaide; Fremantle; Newcastle

Legal status

Functions, occupations and activities

Representation for shipowners

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Relationships area

Related entity

Commonwealth Steamship Owners' Association (1905 - c. 1976)

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Category of the relationship

associative

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Dates of creation, revision and deletion

Entered from deposit description on 23 July 2012

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Sources

Australian Trade Union Archives, http://www.atua.org.au/biogs/ALE0368b.htm (accessed on 23 July 2012)
ABLative, no.2, Spring 1985, p.-1--5, http://www.archives.anu.edu.au/nbac/html/ABLativeNo2Spring1985-pp1-5.html (accessed on 23 July 2012)

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