Eimskip

Eimskipafélag Íslands (The Icelandic Steamship Company) is the oldest shipping company in Iceland, established in 1914. The Reykjavík, Iceland-based company runs six shipping lines on the North Atlantic through operation of 8 ships with carrying capacity of 7,210 TEUs.

Eimskip and its subsidiaries — Eimskip-CTG, Faroe Ship, Eimskip Flytjandi, TVG-Zimsen, and Herjoflur — transport cargo by land, air and sea, and offer various logistics solutions such as warehousing and distribution. The company employs approximately 1,350 individuals across 51 offices in 18 countries.

24 Feb 2017
Eimskip says more acquisitions are on the way in 2017.
23 Feb 2017
Eimskip aims to make weekly visits by 2020.
21 Feb 2017
Eimskip said it has 15 working days to reply to the preliminary objection.
25 Jan 2017
The new ice-class ships are scheduled for delivery in 2019.
24 Jan 2017
Eimskip’s acquisition spree continued this week with the purchase of a Belgian refrigerated freight forwarder.
11 Jan 2017
Eimskip has averted a strike that was planned for next week.
10 Jan 2017
Eimskip is facing a strike on its container ships next week.
18 Nov 2016
Eimskip said it is eyeing fresh acquisitions as the Icelandic shipping and logistics group posted its best third quarter since 2009.
03 Nov 2016
Eimskip will acquire the Norwegian short-sea operator Nor Lines, the latest purchase by the Icelandic container line, which has made expansion via acquisitions a key goal.
19 Oct 2016
Eimskip’s acquisition spree continues with the purchase of a Netherlands-based forwarder.
Eimskip is working to expand its global presence and pad its bottom line through acquisitions and space-sharing agreements.
29 Aug 2016
Eimskip is on the acquisition trail again.
24 May 2016
Eimskip wants to connect Greenland to the global container trade.