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Meet our Sponsors for the 1st CSN Greece ICT Conference – PIONEER MARINE – Charity Sponsor

Cyprus Shipping News is delighted to announce Pioneer Marine as the Charity Sponsor of the 1st CSN Greece ICT Conference “Roadmap in Maritime Digital Transformation”. Pioneer Marine will donate a significant amount to the charity foundation Galilee where the money will go directly from the sponsor to the foundation. The conference attendance will be free of charge for the Greek Shipping industry, but we welcome anyone who wants to contribute to the charity foundation by indicating it at the registration. The handing over of the cheque from Pioneer Marine to the Galilee foundation will take place during the conference after the lunch break.

Pioneer Marine is a global shipping company specialising in the transportation
of dry bulk commodities. The company was incorporated in the Republic of the Marshall Islands and its shares are registered in the Norwegian OTC since March 2014. Its common stock trades under the symbol “PNRM”.

Pioneer Marine manages a fleet of 14 geared dry bulk carriers which trade worldwide in a multitude of trade routes carrying a wide range of cargoes for a number of industries.

The fleet is comprised of 14 Handysize with a total deadweight capacity of 0.48 million tons.

Galilee Palliative Care Centre provides palliative medical and nursing care, as well as psychological, social and spiritual support to patients and their families.
Their aim is for all those who come to them to be able to discover how much more life there can be in each moment.

The Galilee Palliative Care Centre was founded in 2010 under the auspices of the Holy Metropolis of Mesogaia and Lavreotiki, bringing to life the vision of Metropolitan Nikolaos: “Our aim is to relieve pain, to embrace the suffering of others and to share the burden of the patients and their families—to support them in every possible way.”  This is the essence of palliative care—to relieve the symptoms of the illness, both spiritual and physical, to improve quality of life, and to ascribe value to every moment.

The Galilee Palliative Care Centre is the first of its kind in Greece, and the first palliative care center to offer a comprehensive range of support.

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