Eimskipafélag Íslands

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Eimskipafélag Íslands
Type Privately held company
Founded 1914
Headquarters Reykjavík, Iceland
Key people Gylfi Sigfusson (CEO)
Products Shipping and logistics
Website www.eimskip.com

Eimskipafélag Íslands ("Icelandic Steamship Company") or Eimskip was founded on January 17, 1914, making it the oldest shipping company in Iceland. Eimskip has from the beginning emphasized shipping transport to and from Iceland, today offering total transport solutions around the world. Eimskip has offices in 17 countries worldwide as well as agents in other strategic locations.

Eimskip is responsible for the first leg of seaborne traffic between North America and Greenland, prior to Royal Arctic hauling it from Reykjavik to Nuuk.[1]

Executives[edit]

  • Gylfi Sigfússon, Eimskip President/CEO
  • Hilmar Pétur Valgarðsson, Finance and administration
  • Bragi Þór Marinósson, International
  • Matthías Matthíasson, Sales and customer services
  • Ásbjörn Skúlason, Business operations|Operations
  • Guðmundur Nikulásson, Eimskip Domestic

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