Collaboration heralds new era for Royal Arctic Line

Royal Arctic Line’s cooperation with Eimskip means that the Greenlandic carrier for the first time will be able to reach the rest of the world without calling in Denmark. The two carriers now plan to invest in three new vessels, while a container collaboration could be underway.

Verner Hammeken er CEO i Royal Arctic Line. Han har en fortid Maersk og Damco. | Photo: PR-foto/Royal Arctic Lines

Greenland's merchant vessels will soon be connected to the rest of the world without having to go through Denmark.

This is clear after Greenlandic carrier Royal Arctic Line and Iceland’s Eimskip decided to merge their North Atlantic services. The partnership was announced last week and means that the two carriers will establish a route network between Greenland and Iceland and Europe and North America.

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