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MOU between PPA SA and Quingdao Port Group

An important strategic cooperation was founded with the signing of the Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) on 23 July 2018 between PPA SA and Qingdao Port Group, which is one of the world’s largest commercial ports and an international transport hub. The MOU was signed by Mr. Athanasios Liagkos, Management Consultant and PPA BoD Member and the President of Qingdao Port Group Mr. Zheng Minghui.

The areas of cooperation mentioned in the memorandum are: Exchange of know-how and information, Personnel training, development of initiatives for the protection of the environment through good practices, etc.

The main objective pursued through the strategic cooperation of the two ports in the above areas is the development of synergies in projects of common interest that will favor the development of logistics and will enhance the role of ports as trade gates.

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