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Repetition of the 13/07/2020 cancelled open tender procedure - TED 001/2020 for the clearance of old equipment of THPA SA [pdf]

 

Dear partners,

The operation of the Container Terminal and the Conventional Port during Christmas and New Year period and specifically from Thursday 24th of December 2020 until Saturday 2nd of January 2021 will take place as follows:

 

Planning for Container Terminal

Thursday 24th December

All operations will stop at 18:00

Friday 25th December

Public holiday

Saturday 26th December

Vessel Operations only from 07:00

On land Operations 07:00 - 15:00

Sunday 27th December 

Vessel Operations only

Monday 28th December

On land Operations will start at 07:00

Thursday 31st December

All operations will stop at 18:00

Friday 1st January  

Public holiday

Saturday 2nd January

Vessel and On land Operations will resume according to a regular Saturday at 07:00

 

Conventional Port Planning:

Thursday 24th December

All operations will stop at 18:00

Friday 25th December

Public holiday

Saturday 26th December

Public holiday

Sunday 27th December

Overtime business operation as defined in the Tariff Book

Monday 28th December

Normal business operation

Thursday 31st December

All operations will stop at 18:00

Friday 1st January

Public holiday

Saturday 2nd January

Regular Saturday business operation as defined in the Tariff Book

 

Thank you in advance for your cooperation and we wish you Happy Holidays with Health.

Financial results for the period 01.01.2020 - 30.09.2020 and latest developments: Answer to the letter dated 2503/18.11.2020 from the HCMC [pdf]

ThPA S.A. is proud to announce it has been granted the Authorized Economic Operator (AEO) License for Security and Safety (AEOS) from the Independent Authority for Public Revenue.

Thessaloniki Port’s strategic role in the development of the international supply chain with the neighboring Balkan and South East Europe countries is further enhanced with secure and reliable customs control procedures that meet the highest standards.

The AEO license is granted to economic operators who meet specific strict criteria, related to the compliance with customs legislation and rules, the reliability of their accounting and information systems, the completeness and accuracy of its internal procedures, the ability to respond to their financial commitments, as well as the established security and protection measures within their business and in relation to their business partners.

The Authorized Economic Operators are recognized as secure and safe business partners in the international supply chain and enjoy several benefits.  These include, inter alia, faster processing of the customs transactions, international recognition through the Mutual Recognition Agreements between the European Union and third countries and the strengthening of recognition of their reliability at an international level through the right to use the registered AEO logo.

ThPA S.A. takes this opportunity to warmly thank the Customs Authorities for the outstanding cooperation throughout this process.

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Photo: Official signing of AEO license at the offices of Customs Region of Thessaloniki. Aggeliki Mitrou - Gogakou, Director of Customs Region of Thessaloniki and Franco Nicola Cupolo, Managing Director - CEO of ThPA S.A.

Following the creation of the first dry port in Sofia, Bulgaria and in the context of improving the connectivity of the Port of Thessaloniki, the first train from the Port of Thessaloniki to the dry port in Sofia, Bulgaria departed this morning, Friday, 27th of November 2020. The itinerary with a total duration of 16 hours, is the beginning of the pilot phase of this service, which will last until mid-January 2021 and during which the connection and the various services provided will be refined to perfection. Weekly departures and arrivals will follow between Thessaloniki Port and the Dry Port in Sofia, in fixed dates and hours, offering stability and efficiency to the market.

The Managing Director – CEO of ThPA S.A. Franco Nicola Cupolo, stated: “Port of Thessaloniki is committed to developing the strategic Intermodal Rail connection in the Balkans beginning today with direct rail connectivity to Sofia, Bulgaria ThPA S.A. Dry Port with reliable and efficient service, itineraries and costs. The regular connection on a weekly basis between the port of Thessaloniki and the Dry Port in Sofia, will increase the competitiveness of the port and will contribute significantly to the Local, National and South-Eastern European economy, by strengthening the import and export activity".

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