ShipNet is delighted to begin 2019 in earnest and has expanded their footprint in Cyprus. ShipNet will now have staff members in Cyprus who can support customers in the Mediterranean region.
Greece and Cyprus have always been a key area of client focus due to the large number of longstanding clients in the region accompanied by some key client wins throughout 2018, meaning that there has never been a better time to open a base in this ever-growing region.
ShipNet will co-locate office presence with one of their portfolio companies, SpecTec in the area of Spyrou Kyprianou. This move represents one of the many benefits that can be utilised by having a multi-national parent such as Volaris. This also shows our true commitment to building our portfolio strongly aligned to customer needs.
Suren Thadani, CEO of ShipNet, comments “We are delighted to formally announce our presence in Cyprus, Greece and the broader Mediterranean countries. Cyprus and Greece, specifically are of significant strategic importance to ShipNet. We have invested in a platform that is not only well proven but also forms a basis for replacement of older technology that many owners and operators are seeking. The fact that we can do this in conjunction with one of our portfolio companies, SpecTec also shows the nature of collaboration that we have across multiple companies within the Volaris Marine portfolio.”
For ShipNet, the region will be overseen by Christos Kalamaras who has many years marine experience at ShipNet and beyond. Investment into this key region shows not only the value ShipNet places on being close to their clients and prospects but also demonstrates truly embodying their values of Commitment, Passion, Respect and Empowerment in a client centric approach.
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