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Meet our Sponsors for the 3rd CSN Cyprus Shipping ICT Conference – World Link Communications – Silver Sponsor

Cyprus Shipping News is delighted to announce World Link Communications as the Platinum Sponsor of the 3rd CSN Cyprus Shipping ICT Conference “Roadmap in Maritime Digital Transformation”.

For over 30 years World Link has been delivering the kind of bespoke maritime satellite communications solutions customers need.

Founded in 1989, headquartered in Framingham, Massachusetts, and operating from multiple offices around the world, our prime teams meet the needs of more than 1,800 vessels worldwide every day by developing value-added services based on their specific requirements.

Our efforts are regularly recognised by our partners and our work has been awarded many times for its levels of technical innovation – something we are very proud of.

Through years of commitment, we have built strong partnerships with many of the world’s top operators, managing our own communications hubs, based on Inmarsat, Intelsat and Iridium technologies. We are proud to be a top tier distribution partner with many satellite equipment manufacturers.

Our experience and expertise, along with our long-lasting relationships with our partners and customers, is what makes us stand out.

For more than 30 years, we have been keeping merchant ships connected at sea. We are committed to building and delivering innovative maritime satellite communications solutions in an affordable, secure, and reliable way, backed up by our dedicated customer support.

Satellite communications have a fundamental role in the maritime industry, and we are proud of the role we play in this ecosystem, ensuring secure and efficient connectivity from shore-to-ship and ship-to-shore. This is core to our aim of being acknowledged as a leading supplier of smart global maritime satellite communications solutions to the maritime sector.

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