Press Releases

The Administration of PPA SA and the employee representatives of ports will be visited by Mr. Hannes Swoboda, head of the Group of the Progressive Alliance of Socialists and Democrats in the European Parliament.The President Mr. Hannes Swoboda, of which, among others,  his experience is renowned in labor policies issues, will meet on Wednesday, January 22nd at 10:30,  with the President and CEO of PPA SA, Mr. George Anomeritis, and PPA staffers, while at 11:15 will meet separately with the…
The master, officers and crew of “BLUE STAR PAROS”, received by the Administration of PPA SA the coat of arms and gifts of the Port, to mark the first arrival of 2014 of a passenger ship at the port of Piraeus.
1. The official reception of the coastal ship, which first entered the port of Piraeus in the New Year, will take place on January 1st, 2014, at 13:00 at the berthing place, on board.
The Board of PPA SA has approved the conducting of three (3) public open tenders for insurance coverage of its assets.  These competitions include:
Under the policies of Corporate Social Responsibility exercised by PPA SA and for the support of people who live in the port under problematic conditions, ahead of the holidays it was decided by the Board as follows:
On the subject of concerns about downloading 120 containers in the port of Piraeus, the following is made clear:
The Workshop on “Security in European Ports” was completed, which was organized by the PPA S.A., the Hellenic Ports Association (Elime) and the community programs SUPPORT and SEE MARINER.
The Budget Statement 2014 approved the Board of PPA S.A. at the last meeting of this year. According to data from the Budget 2014, which he commented along with the investment program, the Chairman and CEO of PPA SA George Anomeritis the Company expects:
The PPA S.A., after the co-signing by the Managing Directors of PCT and the PPA, of the Draft Agreement for the Second Amendment to the Concession Agreement PPA – PCT, sent the text to:
Concerning reports of some blogs, that after the impact of the ship “MSC Magnifica” at the red lantern entry of Central Port of Piraeus, “the port is left without a lighthouse”, the following are made clear by PPA SA: