Skaramagas Shipyards set course for George Procopiou

The process for the sale of Skaramagas Shipyards in West Attica to George Procopiou is irreversible, state officials note after the tenders the company’s special administrator and the Hellenic Public Properties Company conducted.

Major interest by foreign companies in Attiki Odos

Investment interest in the concession contract for the Athens beltway, Attiki Odos, exceeded expectations with a total of eight bids submitted by Thursday, vindicating the estimates by state officials who had spoken of a strong presence of foreign investment and construction groups.

Eight in running for Attiki Odos motorway concession

Eight companies and consortiums are interested in bidding for the concession to run the Attiki Odos, the main motorway around Athens, the Hellenic Republic Asset Development Fund (HRADF) announced on Thursday.

HFSF pathway out of banks

The life span of the Hellenic Financial Stability Fund (HFSF) has been extended until 2025, so that the bank bailout fund will have until then the opportunity to complete its divestment from the banks and have their full privatization achieved.

Interest in Kaiafas complex puts off deadline for proposals

The deadline for the submission of investor interest in and proposals for the utilization of the Kaiafas spa and lake, partly or entirely, has been extended till May 20, the Hellenic Public Properties Company (ETAD) announced on Thursday.

OLP says it’s open to changes

Piraeus Port Authority (OLP) reacted to the recent court decision that temporarily paused construction at its Cruise Terminal Expansion Project, stating that it is “committed to implement its large-scale investment plan in the country.”

Council of State nixes Piraeus port investment plan

Greece’s highest administrative court has pulled the brakes on an investment plan for the country’s biggest port that was part of the 2016 concession agreement between Piraeus Port Authority (OLP) and China Ocean Shipping Company (Cosco). The judges at the Council of State on Monday ruled that previous approvals of the so-called master plan for […]

Thriasio Logistics Center gets Council of State nod

The Council of State, Greece’s highest administrative court, has approved the concession contract for the Thriasio Logistics Center, Kathimerini understands, completing the inspection on the legality of the 150-million-euro investment.

Larnaca port set to be ‘a jewel for Cyprus’

The Larnaca Port and Marina redevelopment project is expected to significantly reinforce the Cypriot economy, contributing an estimated 100 million euros or more per year, Cyprus’ Minister of Transport, Communications and Works Yiannis Karousos said on Friday.

Mega-yacht marina tender on Corfu

The Hellenic Republic Asset Development Fund (TAIPED) launched a tender process on Tuesday for the development of a mega-yachts marina in Corfu in the framework of its strategy for highlighting assets with a strong local footprint and enhancing tourism development and growth.

Key privatization deals set for completion by year-end

Greece is set to sign off this year on a long-term concession for its longest highway and a gas company sale, helping it meet an annual 2.2-billion-euro revenue target from state assets, a Greek source close to the talks said on Monday.