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Eimskipafélag Íslands (The Icelandic Steamship Company) was founded on January 17th 1914, making it the oldest shipping company in Iceland. Eimskip has from the beginning emphasized on shipping transport to and from Iceland, today offering total transport solutions around the world. Eimskip has offices in 18 countries worldwide as well as agents in other strategic locations.
Eimskip’s goal is to provide its customers with all round transport services built on our dependable and efficient transport system in the North-Atlantic and transport forwarding around the world – forming an unbreakable transport chain from the shipper to the receiver.
Eimskip is a leading transportation company providing outstanding services through a dependable transport system in the North Atlantic and an extensive worldwide network of reefer logistics services.
The common goal of Eimskip’s employees is to make the company an outstanding service company in the transport business, reflected in:
Eimskip operates 16 vessels in the North Atlantic a mix of container vessels, reefer vessels and multipurpose container/reefer vessels.
EIMSKIP LINER SERVICE IN NORWAY
Eimskip operates a weekly liner service with a multipurpose reefer vessels sailing from Murmansk, along the Norwegian cost to Holland and the UK.
Eimskip offers regular and flexible service for frozen, chilled and dry cargo to and from ports in Europe, including the Baltic area. As well we offer inland sea transport along the Norwegian coast. There are several sideport vessels in our operation, well suited for both palletized cargo, deck cargo, and containers. The sideport vessels enter Norwegian waters starting on the south-west coast, and goes as far north as Kirkenes. Bi-weekly, we can offer a feeder service from north Norway all the way to Murmansk in Russia.
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