The Hellenic Ports Association is a civil, non-profit company with 26 members, namely, first, the 13 Greek Port Authorities, 11 currently under state control and 2 with a private investor majority and, also, listed in the Athens Stock Exchange. And, second, 13 of the most prominent port funds. The Association is in the process of expanding to include a number of additional members.

The Hellenic Ports Association aims to address the main challenges faced by the international port industry, namely digital transformation, green transition with the use of environmentally friendly practices and the use of renewable energy sources and major port infrastructure construction, expansion and improvement.

The Company efficiently promotes and supports Greek port positions at national, European and international level, always targeting to contribute to economic growth and job creation with a special focus to local communities, regions and societal needs.

The Hellenic Ports Association regularly contributes to the formulation of policy proposals, legislative initiatives and fosters action to further promote port management and industry best practices, underlining the essential role of Greek ports in the national economy and the Country's leading international position in Shipping and the port industry.