After years of delay: Eimskip still considers RAL partnership good business

Eimskip and Royal Arctic Line will launch joint sailings by the end of June at the latest, even though one ship is still delayed. The partnership is still good business despite several years of delays, Eimskip CEO tells ShippingWatch.

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Three years have gone by since Icelandic Eimskip and Greenland's Royal Arctic Line formed a partnership, that still has yet to be launched.

But now the two shipping lines expect to be able to launch the venture, which, according to the latest plans, will have jointly operated ships in the water on routes to and from Greenland by late June at the latest.

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