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Thessaloniki Port bidding updates

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According to Reuters, up to four investors are to bid for a 67% stake in the US211 million Thessaloniki Port, Greece. Offers are to be opened by 7 April.

The port is the country’s second largest and experienced a throughput of 344 277, 20 ft TUEs in 2016.

As reported, Container Terminal Services (ICTS), Dubai-based P&O Steam Navigation Co. (DP World), Japan's Mitsui & Co and German private equity Deutsche Invest Equity Partners had all completed due diligence.

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