The privatisation of one of Greece’s biggest seaports, the Port of Thessaloniki, has been finalised through a €1.1bn deal.
International Container Terminal Services (ICTSI) is pursuing opportunities to bid for new projects in Africa after failing to secure the majority stake in Greece’s port of Thessaloniki, according to an article published by BusinessWorld Online.
The Hellenic Republic Asset Development Fund (HRADF) has announced that the highest bidder for the acquisition of a 67% share of Thessaloniki Port Authority is a consortium comprising of Deutsche Invest Equity Partners, Belterra Investments and Terminal Link, with an offer of €232m.
Greece has received higher bids from three investors seeking to buy a 67% majority share in the Port of Thessaloniki.
The deadline for bids for the 67% stake in Thessaloniki Port Authority is up this week and apparently there are four international offers on the table.
Greek port workers have walked off the job for a sixth day and marched through central Athens to protest the state-sanctioned selloff of the country’s two largest ports, Piraeus and Thessaloniki, according to local reports.
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