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One Consortium Submits Bid To Operate Chios Marina In Greece

One consortium submits bid to operate Chios marina in Greece

One Consortium Submits Bid To Operate Chios Marina In GreeceSource: PortSEurope

Piraeus, Greece (PortSEurope) November 27, 2018 – The Hellenic Republic Asset Development Fund (HRADF) has received one binding offer in the tender to operate the Chios marina.

The offer was received from  a consortium of Avlum Enterprises Company Limited, Ioannis & Elias D. Tefas Nafpigoplstiki, Cleopatra Marina SA and Touristikos Limenas Prevezas SA.

Chios is the fifth largest of the Greek islands, situated in the Aegean Sea, seven km off the Anatolian coast, and HDRAF is the government agency managing the privatisation of state-owned assets.

Aris Xenophon, Executive Director of HRADF visited the island of Chios to discuss exploitation of the marina of Chios last September. He met with the Mayor of Chios, Manolis Vournou, and the President of the Municipal Port Fund, Antonis Kefi.

The general design of the marina was agreed and aims to develop modern international marine standards, contribute to the development of the maritime tourism sector in the country and become a modern and quality coastal recreation area for residents and visitors.

The Greek government is currently looking to privatize a portfolio of 10 ports in the form of sociétés anonymes, namely the ports of Volos, Rafina, Igoumenitsa, Patras, Alexandroupolis, Heraklion, Elefsina, Lavrion, Corfu and Kavala.

Source: Hellenic Republic Asset Development Fund

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