Columbia Shipmanagement Ltd (CSM) and the Cyprus Marine and Maritime Institute (CMMI) inked a Memorandum of Understanding for the launch of a joint innovation project that will explore the smart field of the shipping industry.
Boosting data-sharing to improve Short Sea Shipping Performance: Evidence from Limassol port calls analysis
UNCTAD informed that it now acknowledges PortCDM as an enabler for improved performance in short sea shipping based on a study made on the role of enhanced collaboration and data sharing between ports for better performance in short sea shipping. This study chooses to focus on short sea shipping in the Eastern Mediterranean for port calls made in Port of Limassol, Cyprus, and was published in the Sustainability Journal.
Cyprus Ministry of Shipping has issued a circular informing that it now accepts statutory certificates issued to Cyprus-flagged vessels by Recognized Organizations in electronic form, provided that they are in line with the IMO requirements as presented in ‘Guidelines for the use of electronic certificates’.
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