Press Releases

The management of PPA SA, led by the President and CEO, Mr. George Anomeritis, the General Manager, Mr. Stavros Hatzakos and the Strategic Planning Officer, Mr. Athanasios Karlis, met with a large delegation of the State-owned Assets Supervision and Administration Commission of the State Council (SASAC), which is the main shareholder among others of 168 Chinese companies, including COSCO.
The participation in the process of public consultation on the issues of developmental strategy of the national port system was decided by the Board of PPA SA during the meeting of 17-12-2012.
The project of PPA SA “Extension of the southern part of the Central Port for the service of cruise ships” was approved by the Central Archaeological Council (CAC) of the Ministry of Culture, paving formally the way for publishing the required environmental conditions.
On November 27th 2012 in Marseille, France, the European cruise exhibition Seatrade Med will be held. This exhibition is the most important cruise event inEurope, while the exhibition shall also include an international conference on the cruise industry.
An increase in gross profit by 49.8% and net profit after tax by 22.5% was depicted in the financial information for the first nine months of 2012 versus the same period of 2011.
Piraeus Port Authority SA, announced for the first time, the total of cruise vessels per day of berthing (berth allocation) of 2013, thus satisfying another request of the cruise market.
A welcome to yet another newly built cruise ship, that started its travels in August 2012 and which is visiting Greece and the port of Piraeus for the first time, is being prepared by PPA SA for tomorrow, Saturday 10.11.2012.
His congratulations for the new investment of the business "Louli" at the commercial port of Piraeus and the great impression of the “Louli” Bread Museum was expressed by the President and CEO of PPA SA, Mr. George Anomeritis, inaugurating the new premises of the "St. George Mills" the namesake of the Pier at the Commercial Port of Keratsini.
The Board of PPA SA has decided to expand the Western Pier of Port E in Perama with new projects, in order to operate fully as a yacht marina.
The total revenue of the Piraeus Port Authority (PPA SA) is expected to increase by 8.2% (121.9 million Euros) in 2013, despite the ongoing international financial crisis in the area of shipping and the recession of the Greek economy.