DP World Set to Open New Cruise Terminal in Limassol

DP World is about to open a new terminal designed to accommodate the largest operating cruise vessels this summer ...

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DP World, EuroGate Take the Helm at Limassol Port

Dubai-based port and terminal operator DP World took over operations of the marine services and multi-purpose ...

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Cyprus Launches New Shipping Strategy

Cyprus is carrying out a new shipping strategy as the country aims to further develop its shipping sector, the ...

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Cyprus Pilots to Strike over Union Boss' Disciplinary Probe

The Cyprus Ports Authority (CPA) pilots are planning to launch another round of strikes over a disciplinary ...

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Workers End Limassol Strike

The indefinite strike in the Port of Limassol has been terminated as port unions have called their members to ...

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Limassol Port Workers Prepare for a New Strike

Some 40 Limassol port workers have decided to take matters into their own hands as they announced an indefinite ...

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Cosco Eyes Port of Limassol

China’s port operator Cosco Group (Hong Kong) Limited has turned its attention to the port of Limassol on the ...

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14 Bids Submitted for Limassol Port Privatization

Cyprus has received fourteen bids for the privatization of the Limassol Port, the country’s Ministry of ...

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Bomb Threat at Limassol Port, No Device Found

The Port of Limassol, one of the largest and busiest ports in Cyprus, was shook by quite a scare on Monday, having ...

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Cyprus Clears Russian Maritime Register of Shipping

The Maritime Administration (MA) of the Republic of Cyprus has completed the audit of Russian Maritime Register of ...

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The American Club Buys Hull Insurer

The American Club has invested in the new Cyprus-based American Hellenic Hull Insurance Company, as part of its ...

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Nairobi Wreck Removal Convention Gets Two More Members

Panama and Cyprus have become contracting states to the Nairobi International Convention on the Removal of Wrecks. ...

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Greek Shipowners Consider Setting Course to Cyprus

Greek Shipowners Consider Setting Course to Cyprus

Greek shipowners are considering a move to Cyprus due to the current financial crisis in the country and possible ...

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Limassol Port Privatization Plans Move Ahead

Cyprus House Plenary has passed a bill today to amend the legislation on the functioning of the Cyprus Ports ...

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Limassol Port Workers to Strike Again

Port workers and employees of the Cyprus Ports Authority plan to stage a 24-hour strike on Thursday as a way of ...

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Limassol Port Workers Resume Cargo Operations

Piled containers at the Limassol port, Cyprus have started moving as protesting workers resume loading activities, ...

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Cyprus, Denmark to Run for IMO Top Post

Cyprus and Denmark revealed their intentions to run for the top position of the International Maritime Organization ...

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New VLCC Joint Venture on Horizon

New VLCC Joint Venture on Horizon

Frontline Management (Bermuda) Ltd., and Cyprus-based Tankers International LLC (TI) have started a new ...

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UPDATE: Rescued 300 Migrants Persuaded to Disembark in Cyprus

Around 345 migrants, believed to be Syrian refugees, agreed to disembark from a cruise liner that came to their ...

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Repeat Offender Barred from Paris MoU

A 3594 dwt, 1982-built general cargo ship M/V Maxal  Gita was detained in Larnaca (Republic of Cyprus) due to ...

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Woodside Terminates Leviathan MoU, Israel

Woodside has advised the participants in the Leviathan Joint Venture that it has elected to terminate the ...

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