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Piraeus Port Users’ Council Holds First Meeting Of 2021

Piraeus Port Users’ Council holds first meeting of 2021

Source: COSCO Shipping Ports Ltd
Piraeus, Greece (PortSEurope) March 1, 2021 – Last Thursday, the first meeting of 2021 of the Piraeus Port Users’ Council was held via teleconference, under the chairmanship of the Deputy CEO of Piraeus Port Authority S.A. Angelos Karakostas. The meeting was attended by 20 representatives from 16 institutions – users of port activities (cruise, coastal shipping, ship repair, etc.), professional and trade unions and also
the Deputy Regional Governor of Piraeus, Stavroula Antonakou. During the meeting, various operational issues of the port were discussed in order to address the difficulties that have arisen due to the pandemic, as well as other issues related to the daily operation of the port of Piraeus. All the participants in the committee agreed on the purposefulness and importance of the Port Users’ Council and unanimously decided to hold meetings on a more frequent basis, i.e. every three months and not every six months as has been the case so far. Piraeus Port Authority is operated by China’s COSCO Shipping Ports Limited. Copyright (C) PortSEurope. All Rights Reserved. 2021.

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