Privatized Thessaloniki Port Authority announces beginning of obligatory 180-mln€ investment plan

20 March 2019
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Obligatory investments for the recently privatized Thessaloniki Port Authority (OL.Th) worth 180 million euros, based on a concession agreement between the consortium that won an international tender and the Greek state, are expected to commence in the coming period.

The port authority’s management on Tuesday said as much, with specific projects envisioned being:

– an extension of port infrastructure at pier 6

– expanding a platform by 440 meters, as well as 300 meters in additional space

– new equipment at the container and bulk cargo terminals, both in pier 6, and,

– general improvements of facilities, including the renovation of the old customs building, a structure designated as a heritage preservation site.

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