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Maritime Technology In A COVID-19 Dominated World

Maritime Technology In A COVID-19 Dominated World

IMH is organising for the first time the digital “ShipTech Conference” tomorrow, on Friday 20 November 2020 at 12:00. 


Over recent years, modern technological advancements have transformed the global shipping industry. Digital innovation has become a major priority to ship companies and ship owners as digital disruption continues to revolutionise shipping, transform existing operations and open new business opportunities. Following the COVID-19 pandemic crisis which has caused major disruptions to the industry, it is time for maritime professionals to rethink their businesses for the digital age, and make the necessary decisions to help accelerate their naval capabilities and enhance their competitiveness. As time progresses then, it becomes clearer that in the ongoing battle of improving, the maritime industry’s greatest ally is digitalization.


The Conference is intended as a unique knowledge exchange and networking platform for the maritime industry in Cyprus, where senior business and IT executives can discuss and evaluate how digital technologies can help improve both business and operational goals. Leading professionals across the European maritime market will present the impact on the industry’s operations and business performance. Don’t miss on screen:

Michelle Wiese Bockmann, a Markets Editor and Analyst at Lloyd’s List in the UK who will discuss how the global COVID-19 pandemic has changed demand for shipping across all sectors

Julian Clark, the Global Senior Partner at Ince in the UK who will discuss how Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning will impact on the maritime sector.

Madadh MacLaine, the Secretary General at the Zero Emissions Ship Technology Association (ZESTAs) in Scotland who will discuss zero emission decarbonisation technologies.


The Shipping Deputy Minister to the President of the Republic of Cyprus, Vassilios Demetriades, will also address the Conference. 


The Forum will be conducted in English. For more information regarding the event, click here.


The conference aims to bring together all maritime professionals and those working for shipping-related companies in Cyprus. More specifically, the conference is addressed to: 

Ship owners 

Ship captains 

Ship engineers 

Shipping companies 

Shipping agencies 

Ship management companies 

Ship supply companies and marine suppliers 

Marinas / Ports 

IT companies and technology providers 

Investors and/or investment firms 

Asset and wealth management companies 

Banks and other financial institutions 

Accounting / audit / tax firms 

Law firms and legal consultants 

Academics / scholars 

Marine training academies 

Relevant governmental and regulatory authorities 


The conference will run online. For online registrations, click here.

Members of supporting organisations are entitled to a 10% discount.   


Organiser: IMH

Sponsors (to date): SAP, Tototheo Maritime

Powered by: Invest Cyprus

With the Support of: Cyprus Shipping Chamber, WISTA Cyprus

Communication Sponsors: GOLD magazine, IN Business magazine, REPORTER


For more information regarding the event and registrations, please contact IMH:

Τel.: 22505555 │ Fax: 22679820 │ E-mail:



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