RAL expects to start Eimskip partnership this year despite appeal case

Although Eimskip and Royal Arctic Line's partnership has been met with complaints by Samskip, the collaboration is still expected to take off this year, the Greenlandic shipping line asserts in its half-year interim report, which shows a deficit.

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The partnership between Eimskip and Royal Arctic Line is now very close to finally commencing after years of planning. And an ongoing appeal case involving Eimskip competitor Samskip will not change that, according to Royal Arctic Line's half-year interim report, published Monday.

The report shows a deficit for the first six months of the year, which the company says was expected, when excluding a provision of DKK 16.7 million (USD 2.49 million).

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