APM Terminals sees potential in major Greek port

The second largest port in Greece, Thessaloniki, is attracting interest from a total of eight companies after Chinese Cosco has seized the country's biggest port in Piraeus.

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The second largest container port in Greece, Thessaloniki, is part of the Greek government’s privatization plan for the country’s ports, which APM Terminals has shown an interest in and has been invited to bid on.

And Thessaloniki has the potential to expand its position as a gateway not just to several places in Greece, but also to several countries in the Balkans, Francois Delenclos, Vice President for Strategy & Business Development at APM Terminals, tells ShippingWatch.

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