(flash introduction) leads to the website of Dubbelman Shipping, a small
Dutch company with postal address at Goes, Zealand:
A single ship is operated, the ‘Qui-Vive’; this does not of course
constitute a mighty inland fleet (1780 metric tonnes in all), on the other
hand, the house flag is not at all bad. “Het schip’ (i.e. the vessel)
details possible shipments and an impressive list it is: bulk loads (coal,
ore, sand, scrap metal, etc.); heavy machinery and exceptional loads; wood,
logs and the like; 105 Teu container units; grains, fertilizer, etc.
The logo consists of a blue initial ‘D’ inside a red ring, plus three
red bars on either side of that ring, gradually getting smaller, suggesting
wings. The very first picture of the photo album shows a white flag
with said logo and blue words – probably DUBBELMAN / (logo) / SHIPPING.
Interestingly, the last but one photo (clickable) shows a similar flag
without the company name.
Jan Mertens, 21 Nov 2006