The head of Thessaloniki Port (OLTH) met on Friday with representatives of the South Europe Gateway Thessaloniki (SEGT) Limited, the company set up by the consortium comprising of the companies Deutsche Invest Equity Partners GmbH, Belterra Investments Ltd and Terminal Link SAS, which bought 67 percent of the port for 231.9 million euros last month.
OLTH Chairman Konstantinos Mellios, CEO Dimitris Makris and VP Dimitris Routos briefed representatives of the consortium about the port’s container and conventional cargo traffic, as well as on operational issues and exchanged views on its operation in the coming months.
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