Shipping lines reference: EIMSKIP

 
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EIMSKIP Track and Trace

Shipping line EIMSKIP


Eimskip was first established in Iceland in 1914, being the first shipping line in the country. From the beginning, Eimskip has been Iceland's largest transportation company and through the years it has rapidly evolved to become one of the world's leading providers of transportation and logistics and cold storage services, offering its customers tailor-made solutions to all their logistic requirements.

Eimskip specialises in shipping, logistics and supply chain management, with a special focus on temperature-controlled cargo. Through its subsidiaries, Eimskip operates 50 vessels, 2,000 trucks and trailers and approximately 180 cold stores. Eimskip has an extensive branch network, with a total of 200 operational bases in 30 countries, employing approximately 14,500 people. Annual turnover exceeds EUR 1,450 billion.

Eimskip knows the value of building long-term relationships with its customers. That's why we offer high quality, value-added services tailored to individual customer's needs. Knowing they can rely on Eimskip's services to find the most cost-efficient solution, our customers can then focus on their core activities. Here, as indeed with all services offered by Eimskip, customer service and reliability is the key to our success. That's something Eimskip is proud of and something that will never change.
Container Tracking The tracking system allows us to define the current position of the container on the world map (Google Map) and determine the port and the time spent in port of congestion.
Load Calculator Calculating the quantity of packages which container or truck can include. Load calculator is free of charge for our visitors.
Logistic Route Planner Logistic Route Planner is a web-based service that helps you to provide your customers with information about shipments/parcels on the World map.
Distances & Transit Time Today you can do this automatically using our new transit time system on the Google map.