British-Icelandic Chamber of Commerce

The British-Icelandic Chamber of Commerce was established in November 1997. Its offices are with the Iceland Chamber of Commerce in Reykjavik. The main objective of the chamber is to promote and maintain commercial links between Britain and Iceland. The chamber's main functions are to: organise meetings and conferences concerning commercial matters between the two countries. organise visits by parties within the business community of either State, to guard the commercial interests of its members in respect of British and Icelandic authorities, and to render direct services as decided by the Executive Committee, i.e. providing information about business contacts, assisting links between companies and distributing information relating to commerce in the two countries.

Please visit the website of the British-Icelandic Chamber of Commerce for further information

Some of the main Icelandic companies in U.K:

Company: Operation:
Coldwater Seafood UK (Icelandic UK Ltd)
Suite 2
The Carlton Centre
Outer Circle Road
Lincoln LN2 4WA, UK
Tel: +44-01522-780-900
Fax: +44-01522-575-888
Sales and distribution of frozen seafood products
Eimskip UK Ltd
Middleplatt Road, Immingham,
NE Lincolnshire DN40 1AH, UK
Tel: +44-1469-550-200, Fax: +44-1469-550-393/4
International transportation service
Icelandair - UK head office

Tel: +44-20-7874-1000
Fax: +44-20-7387-5711
International airline company
Marel UK
28B Harris Business Park
Hanbury Road Stoke
Bromsgrove, B60 407, UK
Tel: +44-1527-880225,
Fax: +44-1527-880226
Weighing and vision equipment and systems for fish, poultry and red meat
Samskip Ltd
Trondheim Way
Redwood Park Estate
Stallingborough, North East Lincolnshire
DN41 8TH
Tel: +44-1469-567000
Fax: +44-1469-567001
International transportation service
Seagold Ldt
The Orangery Hesslewood Country Office Park Ferriby Road,
Hessle - East Yorkshire
HU13 0LH, Hull
Tel: +44-1482-645-500
Fax: +44-1482-643-580
Samherji hf owns half of Seagold Ltd in Hull. This company is in charge of the marketing and sales of the frozen-at -sea products of Samherji, its subsidiaries and partners on the British market.


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