Petronav Technical Manager Marios Drousiotis is the recipient of the YoungShip Cyprus Honorary Award for the year 2020. As per YoungShip, the award “recognizes and honors a professional who has served in leadership roles, for his/her long-standing contribution to the shipping industry, and who continuously inspires by integrity while supporting the younger generation in the shipping industry for future progress development.”
Effective as of 26 October 2020, Mr. Charalambos Argakiotis will be joining Petronav Ship Management Limited in the position of Technical Superintendent. Mr. Argakiotis has 7 years of onboard experience, working his way up to Chief Engineer, along with an additional two years’ experience onshore as a Technical Superintendent. He holds a Bachelor of Engineering (Hons) in Automotive Engineering, Award: First Class, from the University of Huddersfield (UK), a Diploma of Marine Chief Engineer Officer from the Cyprus Deputy Ministry of Shipping, as well as an MBA with Shipping from the Cyprus Institute of Marketing.
Effective as of September 14th 2020, Mr. Kostas Vasiliou has joined Petronav Ship Management Limited in the position of Technical Superintendent. Mr. Vasiliou holds an HND in Marine Engineering from the Cyprus Higher Technical Institute (H.T.I) and an MEng. Naval Architecture from the University of Newcastle Upon Tyne, UK. He has shipboard experience reaching up the ranks to Chief Engineer as well as several years of onshore office experience.
Petronav Ship Management (PSL) and the Cyprus Marine and Maritime Institute (CMMI) signed today a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) that will enable the two organisations to collaborate and build strong bonds for the future. Beyond strengthening the already excellent relationship between the organisations, the MoU will allow the exchange of ideas, resources and facilities, especially in the fields of ship management, marine bunkering, anti-pollution as well as research and development taking into consideration the constant presence…
(Lisbon, 19/11/2010) The European Maritime Safety Agency (EMSA) has signed a contract to provide pollution response capacity using the Limassol, Cyprus-based tanker Alexandria. The newly-contracted vessel considerably strengthens EMSA’s oil-spill response coverage of the Eastern Mediterranean Sea, a sensitive sea area given its proximity to major oil transport routes transiting the Suez Canal, and those…
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