Greece's second-largest port enters partnership with Chinese port major

The Port of Thessaloniki is entering a partnership with Chinese port major China Merchants Port. The collaboration is the latest in a series between Greek ports and state-owned Chinese companies.

Photo: Nikolas Giakoumidis/AP/Ritzau Scanpix

Greece's second-largest port, Thessaloniki, has entered a partnership with Chinese port major China Merchants Port, the parties inform in a press release.

With the collaboration, Thessaloniki Port Authority gets access to using a terminal system from China Merchants Port. Additionally, China Merchants Port will promote Thessaloniki as a passageway to Europe to Chinese customers.

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