Delamarian Oriental Company
|Partially state owned company|
|Fate||Merged with Ghazali Shipping|
|Predecessor||Labradorian West Oriental Company|
|Founded||December 14, 1825|
|Defunct||May 20, 1957|
|Products||Cotton, silk, indigo dye, sugar, salt, spices, saltpetre, tea, minerals and opium|
The Delamarian Oriental Company was a Delamarian joint stock trading company formed in 1825 out of the Labradorian West Oriental Company. The company traded across the Oriental Ocean especially in Oriental Europa. The company was long headquartered in the Delamarian colony of Daruwa in Mahana. However, the King of Mahana, Veyda III, tried launching an invasion into the city to kick out the colonisers. This push led the Delamarian government to send more than 3000 troops to the port to take it back and expand Delamaria's presence in the area. However, the Mahanan Durkhas successfully fought off the Delamarian soldiers and forced the troops off the mainland. This eventually pushed all Delamarian business out of Mahana at the time, severely weakening the company for more than a decade. In 1955, the company was entirely privatised by the Delamarian government in an effort to pay off war debts. Two years later it was merged with the Ghazali Shipping Company to form Delori Ghazali, which remains a large shipping and trading company to this day.