The Lavrion Port Authority, from July 2019, will be called upon to play an important role in the further development of cooperation between Greece and Turkey, as the Cesme-Lavrion-Cesme line is launched. Through this route a large number of passengers and vehicles from and to the neighboring country will be served at a regular basis.
In addition, the Port Facility serves the freight traffic of ships coming from third countries by applying high-level security measures.
In view of the new international ferry service with Turkey, our company has undertaken the complete reorganization of operating procedures by best combining the operational requirements of the implementation of the ISPS Code with the requirements for the implementation of the Schengen Acquisition (Passport and Customs controls). In addition, as part of its consultancy services, it undertook the updating of the Port Facility Security Plan, Access Cards and Operational Procedures Manuals, as well as the Emergency Plan to fully harmonize them with the existing legislation and the new operations of the Port Facility.