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1 Together we make things happen
Hilmir Svavarsson Key Account Manager Iceland Service

2 Samskip Facts Established in 1990 with history back to 1940´s
1.350 employees 62 offices in 22 countries containers 30 container vessels 15 reefer and break-bulk vessels Turnover 2004: EUR 266 million Turnover 2005: EUR 566 million Turnover 2006: EUR 682 million (expected)

3 Iceland Service

4 Iceland Service

5 Iceland Service – Supply Chain

6 UK fish supply Iceland is UK´s biggest single fish supplier
Imports of seafood close to 80 thousand tons annually from Iceland UK Seafood Imports by country in kgs for 2006 for 11 month period. Source:

7 Weather Impact Two departures weekly from Iceland to UK & the Continent Weather has a huge impact on the supply chain from Iceland to UK, especially in winter time Delays in vessel´s arrival in Immingham has a direct impact on the fishing industry in Grimsby&Hull Important to have understanding from port authorities when vessels can´t meet schedule

8 International Reefer Logistics

9 International Reefer Logistics

10 Containerized Reefer Transport
Global Knowledge – Local Expertise Total Reefer Solutions Conventional Transport Reefer Container Transport Discharging Services Sanitary Check Customs Clearance Cold Storage and Stock Control FCL & LCL Distribution

11 Immingham port 70% of all seafood imported to the UK processed at either Grimsby or Hull (the Humber) Historically containers shipped to Felixstowe and Southampton distance to the Humber kms driving time 6 hours UK’s domestic transport at a premium, reduction in the number of UK lorry drivers Retailers challenged to reduce UK food miles due to carbon / CO2 emissions Fuel costs at a record high

12 Together we make things happen

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