Piraeus

One man dead in head-on collision in Perama

A 65-year-old man died on Monday afternoon after a head-on collision in Perama, a suburb of the port of Piraeus. 

Greek broadcaster ANT1 said the two-vehicle crash happened at the intersection of Dimokratia Avenue and Dagli Street, as a woman driving in the opposite lane veered off course, smashing into the man's car travelling in the other direction.

The return of Greek sailors of tankers detained in Iran begins

The return of the Greek sailors manning the two Greek-flagged tankers held by the Iranian authorities in retaliation for the case of the cargo of the tanker Lana that remains in the Piraeus anchorage has begun, the Panhellenic Union of Merchant Marine Sailors (PENEN) said in a statement. .

Rafina Port Authority: Plans for ship electrification

The Port of Rafina, the second largest in the country in terms of passenger traffic, after Piraeus, is also, together with Piraeus, the port that secured financing from European funds to create electrification infrastructure for passenger ships.

Also read: Ferry tickets: Increases from 4% to 8% on some routes

Piraeus Chamber of Commerce & Industry: Piraeus on track for development

The course of the market during the first quarter of the year, the energy crisis, exacerbated by the war in Ukraine, rising product prices and disruption in the supply chain, were among issues raised and discussed by the members of the Board of the Piraeus Chamber of Commerce & Industry. The meeting was attended by the President of GAIAOSE, Mr. Konstantinos Kessentes.

Piraeus Chamber of Commerce and Industry – Dynamic increase of new business registrations in the big port

The positive sign of companies-members of the Piraeus Chamber of Commerce and Industry increased dynamically, during the eight months of 2021, with more registrations and fewer deletions of companies.

Coastal shipping lost 300,000 passengers this summer, compared to 2019

This year, compared to last year, the passenger ferry traffic from the three major ports of Attica (Piraeus, Rafina, Lavrio) is increased for the period from the beginning of July until the 14th of August, however the coastal shipping cannot "repair" the damages. of the previous year.

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