Iceland and Keflavik airport are now e-Freight locations.  The first live e-freight shipment came from Amsterdam to Keflavik on the 17th November without the typical attached documents.

To start with e-Freight is live on the trade lanes Amsterdam-Keflavik / Keflavik-Amsterdam.  Participating forwarders are Rhenus Air B.V in the Netherlands and Jonar Transport in Iceland.    In the future more trade lanes will be introduced and the numbers of forwarders participating increase.  
Icelandair Cargo has plans to introduce e-freight to their export customers, for instance fresh fish producers who deal directly with Icelandair Cargo.

Today there are 23 countries and 107 Airports that are officially e-freight locations

Further information on IATA e-Freight [here]