Eight interested parties for the purchase of the port of Volos
The Greek Privatization Agency TAIPED has received eight declarations of interest for the sale of the majority stake in the Port of Volos, reports Greek Kathimerini. TAIPED initiated the sale process for at least 67 percent of the Captaincy of the Port of Volos in October.
Interested parties are: Advance Properties; GEK Terna; the consortium of Goldear Cargo and Goldear Handling; the consortium of Intracat and TEKAL; the consortium of Israel Shipyards Industries and Hellenic Halgurgia; Mariner Capital; QTerminals; and the Thessaloniki Port Authority (OLTH).
The main activities of the Volos Port Authority include cargo and container services, steel and scrap, dry and wet bulk cargo and passenger services, including ferries to the Sporades Islands, as well as cruise activities, the report said.