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Cyprus maritime company diversifies its services

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Cyprus-based maritime technology firm Tototheo Maritime has broadened its services, announcing a substantial expansion into the land enterprise market, according to a statement released on Thursday.

The move sees the company extending its offerings to encompass comprehensive fixed and mobility connectivity solutions, marking a strategic diversification of its services across multiple industries.

This bold venture into land-based enterprise reflects Tototheo Maritime’s commitment to meeting the escalating demand for robust and dependable connectivity solutions essential for seamless communication.

Understanding the pivotal role connectivity plays across diverse sectors, the company has integrated Starlink technology into its repertoire, leveraging its expertise to provide solutions aimed at elevating operational efficiency and ensuring uninterrupted business continuity.

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Socrates Theodossiou, co-CEO of Tototheo Maritime, highlighted that “connectivity today goes beyond simple communication”.

“For industries operating round the clock, it’s the lifeline that guarantees continuity and efficiency. Starlink is our commitment not just to expand connectivity options, but to solidify our promise of delivering robust and pioneering solutions,” he added.

Moreover, Theodossiou said that “as businesses increasingly migrate to cloud infrastructures and embrace online tools to manage their assets and customers, Tototheo is enabling this transition with innovative, cost-effective solutions and services”.

In a recent move, Tototheo Maritime supplied EDT Group, a reputable provider of Offshore Support Vessels and assets, with a Starlink Antenna for land communications. EDT Group, known for its extensive portfolio encompassing ship maintenance, agency services, and lifecycle solutions for the Oil and Gas sector, among others, views this collaboration as a significant step in bolstering maritime solutions.

“Embracing the Starlink Antenna V3 through our partnership with Tototheo Maritime underscores EDT Group’s commitment to spearheading maritime solutions,” remarked Darios Melas, Managing Director of EDT Group.

“As we persistently strive for excellence, this marks yet another milestone in optimising operations and fortifying global connectivity,” Melas concluded.

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