Piraeus Port is not only the largest Greek Port and one of the largest in Mediterranean Sea, but is also a Crossroads of East – West trade.
Significantly, in the table below, presenting the trade flows thru the shipping and road network form Piraeus Port, and its key geographical roles:
TABLE 1: The Cross-Roads of trade
TABLE 2: Nautical & Road Network
The business model of Piraeus Port based in the following main activities:
TABLE 3: The 4 Pillars
According to Chairman of P.P.A, Mr Y. Anomeritis port of Piraeus is a growth engine of the Greek economy, which is shown by the financial data.
TABLE 4: General Overview
TABLE 5: P&L Overview
In the fiscal year 2014 observed turnover decreased by 4%, the gross profit showed an increase of 3.3%. Profit before tax amounted to € 8,891,464.98 compared to € 11,824,617.21 in 2013, while operating expenses decreased by 4.76%.
Source: OLP S.A.