Iceland could aid mining and oil possibilities in Greenland with logistics hub
In recent years, Iceland’s role as a key transportation link serving the Nordic Sea route has been increasing. Logistics facilities in Iceland could act as key transportation hubs for shipping produce back and forth from Greenland.
Asbru Enterprise Park, situated in the Reykjanes Peninsula, has the opportunity and the infrastructure to become a key transportation link in Iceland. The park holds office space, large warehouse facilities, and housing for workers travelling to and from Greenland.
In addition, the Reykjanes Peninsula has also been noted for holding Iceland’s biggest transportation facilities. The Helguvik International Harbor can offer improved services for industrial freighters and oil vessels as well as services for other ships. Keflavik International Airport is the country’s international gateway with flight connections to most major cities in Europe and the United States.
For more information regarding Asbru Enterprise Park, visit http://www.asbru.is/english/