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Demetriades Congratulates Cyprus Marine Club for its Support to the Shipping Industry

Demetriades Congratulates Cyprus Marine Club for its Support to the Shipping Industry

The Minister of Transport, Marios Demetriades visited the Home of the Cyprus Marine Club, Epsilon at the Limassol Marina for the cutting of the traditional New Year cake. An array of Maritime industry professionals including Shipowners, Shipmanagers, Crew Managers, Top Management, Lawyers, Service Sector colleagues, Training Academy providers and many more of its corporate and individual members attended the Cyprus Marine Club’s first event of 2017.

The Marine Club’s President, Michael G. Ioannides delivered a short address welcoming everyone and advising of future anticipated events followed by the Minister of Transport, Communication & Works, Marios Demetriades.

 Minister Demetriades said, “I extend once again my congratulations to Cyprus Marine Club for its excellent work performance and my appreciation for your enormous support to the Cyprus Shipping industry.”

The Cyprus Marine Club is a non-profit organisation that embraces and encourages a plethora of maritime industry stakeholders for friendly membership. Shipowners, Shipmanagers, Crew Managers, Service Providers & Suppliers, Agents, Terminal Operators, Legal and Financial and more, come together with a focused effort to promote and celebrate the Cyprus maritime industry and share experiences.

For more information about the Cyprus Marine Club or to become a Corporate / Individual Member, please contact:



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