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25 June 2019 The on-line newspaper devoted to the world of transports 04:21 GMT+2

December 31, 2018

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Global Ports Holdings will manage the Turkish crocieristico port of Bodrum until 2067

Been extended 48-year-old the duration of the concession contract

Global Ports Holdings (GPH), the harbour terminalista independent world leader in the field of the cruises, has signed an agreement with the Turkish government in order to extend the validity of the contract of concession through which the company it manages the crocieristico port of Bodrum, in Turkey. The expiration of the agreement had been fixed originally to December 2019 and with the new understanding the term of the contract is moved to December 2067.

GPH has announced that for the extension of the agreement 2,5 million dollars will pay a canon of total concession of 13,3 million Turkish Liras (), figure to which an ulterior correlated sum will join to the annual rate of inflation.

In the 2017 traffic of the crocieristi in the port of Bodrum it has been almost 31 thousand passengers, with a decrease of the -50,0% on the year precedence.

59.3% of the capital of the Global Ports Holdings are stopped by the Global Turk Investment Holdings (GIH). An other quota pairs to 33.55% of the capital is under responsibility of the society of private London equities Centricus, while residual 38.4% are floating to the Stock exchange of London.

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