Revenue share of Royal Greenland 2011/12-2017, by region

This statistic shows the revenue share of Royal Greenland from 2011/12 to 2017. In 2017, the company made 67 percent of their revenue in Europe, 27 percent in Asia, five percent in North America and one percent in other regions. Royal Greenland A/S is Greenland's largest company and the world's largest producer of cold water prawns.

Revenue share of Royal Greenland from 2011/12 to 2017, by region

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Release date

April 2018



Survey time period

2011/12 to 2017

Special properties

refers to financial years starting on October 1 and ending on September 30, since 2016 the financial year corresponds to the calendar year

Supplementary notes

Royal Greenland A/S produces and supplies seafood and convenience products to retail trade and food service industries. It has production facilities in Greenland, Denmark, Germany, Poland and Canada.

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