KeelX CEO & Founder Aristos Philis addresses Cyprus Marine Club (pics)

Aristos Philis, CEO & Founder of KeelX recently addressed a Cyprus Marine Club (CMC) get-together in Limassol.

Held at Gazebo, the 23 February reception was attended by more than 100 guests, a CMC announcement after the event noted.

According to the same announcement, Philis spoke to the gathered guests about the journey of KEELX in the maritime digitalisation landscape and presented how its solutions can help shipping companies with their ESG, EU ETS, and CII Management.


He also expressed his gratitude to the Cyprus Marine Club for providing a platform to share insights and innovations within the maritime community. Philis emphasised the importance of collaboration in driving industry-wide progress and pledged KEELX's ongoing commitment to supporting sustainable practices and digital advancements in shipping.


"Following years in the making, KeelX Limited spun out of Lemissoler Group in 2020 on a quest to accelerate the maritime industry’s adoption of digital technologies. Their motto “Shipping 4.0” is aligned with the Decade of Action to deliver the UN 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development which is due to transform the world. KeelX team come to work every day to build easy-to-use technology solutions that have a positive impact to our industry and our planet.

Their brands are designed for ashore and onboard use with a special focus on integrating AI with SaaS, fleet performance monitoring tools, on-demand crew training and robotics. The unfaltering commitment to their mission drives and inspires the team since day one, and the company’s name reminds us to embrace digital transformation while clinging to their shipping roots – where it all started," the CMC announcement said.

The presentation brought on further conversations among an enthusiastic audience, who explored interesting topics with the speaker and continued sharing their thoughts during the cocktail reception.


The President of Cyprus Marine Club, Capt. Eberhard Koch, meanwhile, in his opening statement, before giving the floor to the speaker, shared his contentment about the increasing membership numbers and welcomed the new Sponsor of CMC: Michael Chambers & Co. LLC, and then thanked all Sponsors for their invaluable support.

Capt. E. Koch further reminded about the Club’s next events scheduled for 28 March, a speech by Shipowner and Vice President of CUS, George Mouskas; 16 April, 24 May for the Club’s AGM and then 7 June for the Piano Concert by Nicoleta Savvidou – an event sponsored by Bergos Bank, Switzerland.


The Cyprus Marine Club is a non-profit organisation that embraces and encourages a plethora of maritime industry stakeholders for friendly membership. Ship Owners, Ship Managers, Crew Managers, Service Providers & Suppliers, Agents, Terminal Operators, Legal and Financial and more, come together with a focused effort to promote and celebrate the Cyprus maritime industry and share experiences.

If you are interested in becoming a member of the Cyprus Marine Club, please contact Secretary-General Julia Paczkowska:

Diamond Sponsor – OL Shipping Group | Platinum Sponsor: SMUAL, UMAR WSR| Tototheo Maritime| Nippon|GOLD SPONSORS: Onenovation, Marlow Navigation, Mare Magna Shipmanagement, Safebulkers|IRIDIUM SPONSOR: BALUCO, Seascape, EPSCO, DP World, Deloitte, FML, VShips, Michael Chambers Co. LLC

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