Cyprus shipping in a privileged position

Cyprus is in a privileged position on the world shipping map, President Nicos Anastasiades said at the Maritime Conference in Limassol. “We feel very proud of our achievements which have placed our

Limassol hosts Maritime Cyprus 2022

Limassol will host Maritime Cyprus 2022 from October 9 -12, with the participation of 900 delegates from 35 countries, Shipping Minister Vassilis Demetriades said. He said the 17th Maritime Cyprus conference, and

US helps upgrade maritime security

The United States donated to Cyprus an underwater camera that upgrades the Port and Marine Police’s operational capabilities, especially in maritime security. Friday’s official handover ceremony of the submarine camera took place

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Shipmanagement revenue recovers  

Revenue from the shipmanagement sector in Cyprus showed a small increase in the first six months of 2021, reflecting the recovery in global shipping after the disruption caused by the COVID pandemic.

Last attempt to revive Greece ferry link

Cyprus deputy ministry of Shipping is throwing everything at a final attempt to revive a ferry connection to Greece in 2022, despite indications of limited interest from operators. This time around, Cyprus

Cyprus launches maritime reform

Cyprus is introducing measures to make the shipping industry more flexible, competitive, and innovative, with President Anastasiades saying his Cabinet approved a package to enhance “its leadership presence in the European and

Maritime Cyprus postponed until 2022

The Shipping Deputy Ministry announced Monday the prestigious biennial Maritime Cyprus conference slated for next month had been rescheduled for 2022 due to the limitations imposed by COVID regulations. Maritime Cyprus, the

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