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Cyprus Shipping Chamber marks 35-year milestone

The Cyprus Shipping Chamber (CSC) is celebrating 35 years since it was established on 26 January 1989 and to mark the occasion, it is planning a series of activities throughout the year – which it presented at a press conference on 29 January at its Limassol offices.

The Chamber will organise various business, social and charity events, which are expected elevate the status of Cyprus shipping by attracting significant local and international shipping professionals.

“Throughout the years, the Chamber’s events have attracted notable individuals both from home and abroad, highlighting the broad recognition it enjoys,” CSC said in a press release. “At the same time, through the number of charity events it will host this year, it will strengthen even more its social contribution to Cyprus society.”

This year’s activities include its annual high level business functions, addressed at executives of the Cyprus shipping industry, its member companies as well as government and political party officials, two blood donation drives, a Charity Beach Volley Tournament, a special event for the “Adopt a Ship” Programme, culminating with a Shipping Charity Marathon along with various other social gatherings.

The Chamber’s Refreshed Logo, a symbol of its journey and growth, was also presented during the Press Conference.

On Friday 26 January 2024, the Chamber held its first business event for 2024, an “Official Dinner” attended by the President of the Republic of Cyprus and various other of high-level Government Officials, Political Parties, Business associates and Shipping Industry professionals.

The Cyprus Shipping Chamber is the trade association of the country’s shipping industry and is one of the largest national shipping associations worldwide, with more than 200 Member-companies in Cyprus and abroad. The main purpose of the Chamber is to promote the interests of Cyprus Shipping and to continuously further the reputation of the Cyprus flag. At the same time, the Chamber acts as a lobbying group for the promotion and safeguarding of the legitimate interests of its Members.

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