- Annual reports and accounts 1970-1981
- Board papers and agreements 1949-1976
- Papers concerning Esso Bernicia/Stonechakker and legal proceedings 1978-1984
Records of Glenlight Shipping Ltd, ship managers, Glasgow, Scotland
Scope and Content
Administrative / Biographical History
Glenlight Shipping Ltd , ship managers, Glasgow, Scotland, was formed in 1968 by Ross & Marshall Ltd , shipowners, Greenock, Inverclyde, Scotland, and Hay Hamilton Ltd, shipowners, Greenock. The new company's object was to charter on demise terms and operate the whole fleet of Hay Hamilton Ltd and its wholly owned subsidiary, G & G Hamilton Ltd, and the fleet of Ross & Marshall Ltd, and its wholly owned subsidiary Light Shipping Ltd , shipowners, Greenock. Glenlight Shipping Ltd was incorporated with a share capital of £50,000 issued in £1 shares, and the two share-holding companies nominated 3 directors each. The company acquired Irvine Shipping & Trading Co Ltd, shipowners, Irvine, North Ayrshire, Scotland, in c1965 and, in 1975 , acquired William Campbell (Port Glasgow) Ltd , coal merchants and shipping agents, Port Glasgow, Inverclyde. Glenlight Shipping Ltd became a subsidiary of Clyde Shipping Co Ltd , shipowners, Glasgow and operated coasting vessels to the Western Isles. In 2002 , Glenlight Shipping Ltd was a dormant company in Glasgow.
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No access for legal, business or commercial reasons without the written permission of Clyde Marine plc. Apply in the first instance to Glasgow University Archive Services.
Permanent loan : Clyde Shipping Co Ltd : Glasgow: October 1982
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Digital file level list available in searchroom
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