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SAVE THE DATE for the 3rd CSN ICT Shipping Conference in Limassol, 14th October at the Carob Mill Conference Centre

“Roadmap in Maritime Digital Transformation”

The third CSN Cyprus Shipping ICT Conference will take place in Limassol on 14th October at the Carob Mill Conference Centre. 

The conference is under the auspices of the Cyprus Shipping Deputy Ministry and supported by the Cyprus Shipping Chamber, Cyprus Union of Shipowners, Cyprus Marine Club, CYMEPA, WISTA Cyprus, YoungShip Cyprus. The event will take place at the Carob Mill Conference Centre with physical presence.

Save the date in your calendar for this promising conference “Roadmap in Maritime Digital Transformation” where together with key industry experts from industry bodies, shipowners, ship managers, service providers and equipment manufacturers we will look at the operational aspects impacting the shipping sector. We will have lead discussions on Digitalisation, Cybersecurity, Satellite Communications and Vessel Automation and 2030-2050 Green Technology/Decarbonisation.

This is going to be the third event of CSN in Limassol and we would like to invite you to support the conference. There are still available sponsorships and some speakers slots and those interested please contact us at csn@cyprusshippingnews.com

The Platinum Sponsor of the event is KVH and the Charity Sponsor is Island Oil Holdings where the money will go directly from the sponsor to the charity foundation Voice for AutismThe attendance of the conference is free and for all employees of shipping and shipping related organisations in Cyprus, but we welcome anyone who wants to contribute to the charity foundation by indicating it at the registration.

Looking forward to a very successful event in Limassol in October 2022.

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