John Norton books his first cargo of kerosene aboard a small sailing ship bound for South America. Norton & Co. is formed.
Joseph T. Lilly becomes a full partner in Norton & Company;
The company is renamed Norton Lilly & Company.
Norton Lilly builds 16 Story office building at 26 Beaver Street, New York City.
Norton Lilly opens offices at the Panama Canal.
Norton Lilly International acquires Theo Davies Marine Agencies in Hawaii, formed in 1845.
H.W Thurber & J. Schley Rutherford acquire Strachan Shipping Agency on April 14, 1999 and move the headquarters from Savannah Ga. to Mobile Al.
Norton Lilly International is acquired by Strachan Shipping Agency.
Norton Lilly becomes a stakeholder in S5 Agency World Agency network and establishes offices covering Caribbean and Central America. Norton Lilly International launches offices in Puerto Rico.
Norton Lilly International opens offices in Barbados and Trinidad.
Norton Lilly International opens office in Guam.
Norton Lilly/Reford/Montship form a joint venture in Canada.
Norton Lilly opens offices in Mexico and the Dominican Republic.
Norton Lilly Panama attends first booked vessel, VLGC Lycaste Peace, through the newly expanded Neopanamax Locks.