With total throughput 6.36 million tonnes of dry bulk cargo, 3.98 million TEUs, 28.23 million coastal passengers and 2.07 cruise passengers in 2014, Greek ports are important actors in local, national and regional level. In 2014, their turnover exceeded the €326 million.
GREPORT 2016, the Report on Greek Ports by PortEconomics members Thanos Pallis and George Vaggelas is the first comprehensive record and analysis of the developments of the Greek port industry over the last decade.
The port study, published by Port & Shipping Advisory (P&S Advisory) is detailing
- the evolution of the different categories of cargoes and passengers served by Greek ports of national and international interest,
- the main financial figures of the Port Authorities and terminal operator that operate as a S.A.
- the recent developments in each port and
- the major European initiatives and national port policy.
The analysis refers to all 12 Greek Port Authorities SA, plus Piraeus Container Terminal (PCT) SA, the operator of the container terminals Pier II and Port III in Piraeus port.
The report (in greek) can be freely downloaded in PortEconomics.