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Kalimera Kypros – ZEABORN Ship Management (Cyprus) hosts its grand re-opening party after successful renovations

Managing Director Demetris Malais (right) showing Shipping Deputy Minister Vassilios Demetriades (center) and Cyprus Shipping Chamber Director General Thomas Kazakos the new office

ZEABORN announced that the renovation works of their office in Cyprus are now completed and employees have a new home away from their home office.

Customer experience is a common term in all businesses, but employee experience is equally important for the success of any organisation. While remote working and ‘New Work At ZEABORN’ allows the staff to work remotely from home and other mobile places of business, senior management of ZEABORN do realise that it remains utterly important for the well-being of its co-workers that they can work in an environment where they feel comfortable and can excel in their day-to-day work.

The new reception Area of ZEABORN Cyprus office

Michael Brandhoff, CEO of ZEABORN Ship Management, welcomed Shipping Deputy Minister Vassilios Demetriades, Cyprus Shipping Chamber Director General Thomas Kazakos, customers, business partners and co-workers to the new office premises. “I am proud of what the team has achieved, from 11 people not long ago we have now a staff of 42 young and energetic professionals who fight for our customers success every day. It fills me with great joy to provide our co-workers with the means that allow them to strive in their profession,” says Michael Brandhoff in his opening speech.

Father Demosthenis (left) giving his blessing for the inauguration of our new office

After an official blessing was received from Father Demosthenis, the office is now open for business. ZEABORN welcomes clients, friends and business partners to visit the new office in Limassol Ariel Corner, Makarios III Avenue 196, Office 401.

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