Greece’s privatization agency, the Hellenic Republic Asset Development Fund (HRADF), on Thursday pre-qualified interested and eligible parties for participation in the binding offers phase (phase 2) of a tender process for acquisition of a majority stake (67 percent) of the Heraklion Port Authority, the largest on the island of Crete.
The process was approved by agency’s board of directors.
Expressions of Interest were submitted by the following:
1) A consortium comprised of the companies AKTOR CONCESSIONS S.A – ATTICA GROUP
2) A consortium comprised of the companies GEK TERNA S.A. – AVIAREPS HELLAS S.A.
3) A consortium comprised of the companies GRIMALDI EUROMED S.p.A. – MINOAN LINES SHIPPING S.A.
4) A consortium comprised of the companies PORTEK INTERNATIONAL PRIVATE LIMITED – GPH CRUISE PORT FINANCE LTD.
5) A consortium comprised of the companies SEKAVIN S.A. – GOLDENSTEP SHIPPING LIMITED
6) A consortium comprised of the companies TEKAL S.A. – J.C.C. S.A.L.
7) OLETE Ltd.
8) THESSALONIKI PORT AUTHORITY S.A.
Following the signing of a relevant confidentiality agreement, the pre-qualified investment schemes will receive the phase B documents and will be granted access to a virtual data room (VDR), where data and information related to the asset will be uploaded.
The Heraklion Port Authority, in the city of Irakleio, has the right to exclusively use and operate the buildings, land and facilities of the port land-side zone of the city’s port by virtue of a concession agreement with the Greek state.
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