Shipping “Runs Against Time” towards Greener Transformation

November 01,2022

The Cyprus Shipping Chamber participated at the Global Relay Race “Running Out of Time”, which was coordinated in Cyprus by the Cyprus Marine Environment Protection Association (CYMEPA), as part of their celebrations for their 30th Year Anniversary, on 31 October 2022, in Limassol. “Running Out of Time” is a 7,767km non-stop relay which started from […]

CSC Fully supports ICS Global CO2 Reduction Fund Proposal

October 27,2022

The Cyprus Shipping Chamber welcomes and fully supports the proposal by the International Chamber of Shipping to introduce a global CO2 reduction fund to the IMO. The Chamber believes that the earliest introduction of a global fund will help the industry drive towards achieving the IMO’s decarbonisation goals and ensure a global level playing field […]

“Maritime Cyprus 2022” Conference

October 13,2022

“Maritime Cyprus 2022” Conference was organised by the Shipping Deputy Ministry in cooperation with the Cyprus Shipping Chamber and the Cyprus Union of Shipowners between 9 and 12 October, 2022. Once again, the Conference exceeded all expectations by welcoming hundreds of Shipping Industry leaders, decision-makers and top management from around the globe. The main theme […]

European Shipping meets in Cyprus

October 11,2022

The European Community Shipowners’ Associations (ECSA), which represents national shipowners’ associations of EU Member States, organised for the third time in Cyprus, following a relevant invitation by the Cyprus Shipping Chamber and the Cyprus Union of Shipowners, its Board of Directors Meeting on 7 October 2022, in Limassol. The ECSA Board of Directors Meeting was […]

3rd Consecutive increase in Ship-management companies contribution to Cyprus’ GDP

October 10,2022

The Cyprus Shipping Chamber welcomes the positive results of the newest “Ship Management Report”, published by the Statistics Department of the Central Bank of Cyprus, for the first half of 2022, which covers the period 1 January – 30 June 2022. The results indicate that industry revenues from Ship-management companies further increased during the first […]

The CSC supports the joint statement by the European maritime stakeholders calling for the earmarking of ETS revenues to the European maritime sector to foster its decarbonisation

October 04,2022

The Cyprus Shipping Chamber (CSC) fully supports the joint call by the European maritime stakeholders, namely ECSA, the Advanced Biofuels Coalition, CLECAT, CLIA, ESPO, eFuel Alliance, ENMC, ESC, EWABA, FEPORT, SEA Europe, on the Member States and the European Parliament to earmark the revenues generated from the inclusion of the shipping sector in the EU ETS […]

CSC organises Blood Donation Drive for International Day of the Seafarer

June 24,2022

On 25 June the International Shipping Community celebrates annually the “Day of the Seafarer”, which was set by the International Maritime Organisation (IMO) in 2011. The “Day of the Seafarer” recognises and honours the efforts of Seafarers around the world, who play a vital role in world trade and truly contribute in ensuring a stable […]

CSC joins the International Chamber of Shipping Centenary Celebrations

June 23,2022

The Cyprus Shipping Chamber, participated among a large number of shipowners and shipmanagers’ associations from across the globe, to the Centenary Celebrations of the International Chamber of Shipping (ICS) between 20-23 June, in London, in view of its 100 Years Anniversary since its establishment. The Chamber is a proud member of ICS for 29 years, […]

First Cyprus – Greece sea connection route successfully completed

June 22,2022

Limassol port welcomed back the Cyprus Flag ship, which performs the passenger sea connection route between Cyprus and Greece, on 22 June 2022, thus completing with success its first voyage. The Chamber’s Board of Directors Member, Mr. Sunil Kapoor and the Deputy Director General, Mr. Alexandros Josephides, participated on behalf of the Cyprus Shipping Chamber, […]

CSC welcomes the European Parliament’s positions on the revision of the EU ETS

May 20,2022

The Cyprus Shipping Chamber (CSC) welcomes the positions adopted by the Environment Committee (ENVI) of the European Parliament, on the revision of the EU Emissions Trading System (EU ETS) under the “Fit for 55” legislative package and especially the role of the commercial operators and the creation of a Shipping sector dedicated fund. The ENVI […]