Cyprus-Japan bolster shipping ties

Cyprus and Japan are constantly enhancing their bilateral cooperation, especially in the shipping sector, and a Cypriot Shipping Bureau will operate during the coming months in Tokyo. This was revealed during a meeting

Cyprus shipping making waves

Cyprus shipping, the steady driver of the economy, is sailing for better times, having survived the war in Ukraine almost unscathed and adapting to new challenges. Marking five years since the establishment

DP World Limassol, TEPAK sign MoU

DP World Limassol and the Cyprus University of Technology (TEPAK) signed a cooperation agreement to conduct joint research projects, exchange personnel, and implement small-scale ventures. Limassol port’s operator also pledged to continue

Government supporting blue growth

With policies and actions, the government is supporting the fisheries sector and the prospects of blue growth, such as the €11 mln Liopetri fishing shelter upgrade, said President Nicos Anastasiades. He laid

Larnaca pier to be new hot attraction

Larnaca will soon have another destination to visit, as construction on a museum dedicated to the town’s history and floating hospitality venues get off the ground at the marina. As announced, Kition

Shipping giant confirms Cyprus move

The move of tanker giants Frontline to Cyprus is now official as the company’s shareholders have backed the decision of their CEO and founder John Fredriksen to re-domicile in Limassol next year.

UK support for maritime industry

British High Commissioner Irfan Siddiq expressed his country’s readiness to deepen cooperation with Cyprus in the maritime and sustainable marine sectors. He visited the Cyprus Marine Maritime Institute on Wednesday because of

Shipping giant moves to Cyprus

Good news for the local shipping industry, as a major ship-owning company registered in Bermuda and listed on the New York Stock Exchange has reportedly initiated the transfer of its activities to

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