22 January 2018
The single sign on feature for the BIMCO Shipping KPI system will be ready shortly. On 26 February 2018, BIMCO will hold a relaunch event for the BIMCO Shipping KPI in Cyprus.
03 October 2017
BIMCO’s President Anastasios Papagiannopoulos will moderate the “Smart Shipping” panel discussion, scheduled for 10 October at 11:45. The panel will discuss novel ship design, cyber security and digitalisation – all key issues with a specific bearing on the future.
24 January 2017
Members of the Cyprus Chamber of Shipping gathered in Limassol on 18 January for an update on BIMCO activities and services.
12 September 2016
17 October 2013
For the benefit of its members, BIMCO has made a series of agreements with 15 national customs authorities (Belgium, Canada, Cyprus, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Ireland, Italy, the Netherlands, Norway, Sweden, the United Kingdom and the United States)- Customs Co-operation Agreements (CCAs)- as a means of mitigating delays and costs resulting from the discovery of drugs aboard a member vessel.
06 November 2019
Elena is General Manager of BIMCO for Greece and Cyprus based in Athens. She is also responsible for the execution of BIMCO training and seminars in Greece and Cyprus. Prior to joining BIMCO she worked for a shipowner in Singapore and Athens and before that in the energy sector. She has wide international commercial and managerial experience, a degree in International Marketing and Strategy and speaks 6 languages. Elena is a member of WISTA.
18 July 2018
28 October 2019
The evening marks the first official event of the newly opened BIMCO in Athens and members will be presented with the latest market analysis update.
10 April 2013
Global monetary policy easing, low interest rates and volatile inflationary pressure from goods, services, and assets is “dish of the day” as the global economy is desperate to shrug off the bad effects of the financial crisis that still haunts us.
03 April 2020
BIMCO has, together with a number of European countries and international organizations, submitted a document to the International Maritime Organization (IMO), offering support for new output on the mandatory reporting of containers lost at sea.