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ECSA Data (European Community Ship-owners’ Associations)  80% of world’s trade is via maritime routes  90% of total volume of EUs foreign trade  42% of intra-community trade is transported by short-sea shipping

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The maritime-based corridors: 

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The Black Sea Eurasian land-bridge corridor The Black SeaAegean North-South corridor The Adriatic-Ionian corridor The North AfricaEurope corridor The North AfricaMiddle East corridor The Middle EastEurope corridor

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1: EMR-Middle East ports cluster 2: Aegean and Black sea Turkish ports cluster 3: North Black Sea ports cluster 4: EU Black Sea ports cluster 5: North Aegean ports cluster 6: Central/ South Aegean Sea ports cluster 7: Ionian Sea ports cluster 8: Central Mediterranean ports cluster 9: South Adriatic/Balkan ports cluster 10: North Adriatic ports cluster 11: South Adriatic / Italian ports cluster

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East-Med MoS Potential Corridor 8 “Elaboration of the East Mediterranean Motorways of the Sea Master plan” 

Ro-Pax service between port clusters: Ports cluster No7  Igoumenitsa & Patras Ports cluster No8a - Catania  & Augusta

Forecasted corridor demand: 150 250 ktons per year (both directions) by 2015

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Ionian Odos Transport Corridor

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E-65 Transport Corridor Motorway of Central Greece

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The Port PHASE A’ INFRASTRUCTURES 1

Port Land area: 130,000 m2

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Land Area: 80,000 m2

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Twelve (12) piers

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Berth Length: 781 m

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Canal: 1,500 m length - width 100 m - depth 10 m

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Central Passengers Terminal Building: 6,326 m2

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Fire Station Building: 612 m2

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The Port

Phase B’

(Under Construct ion)

PHASE B’ INFRASTRUCTURES

Pha se A ’

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Port Land area: 118,000 m2

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One (1) finger pier 197.6 m length

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New pier: berth 371 m length / 10.20 m depth

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Canal: length 1,700 m / width 170 m / depth 10.5 m

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Passengers Terminal 2nd Building : 3,040 m2

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Passengers Terminal 3rd Building (Extra Schengen): 2,324 m2

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The Port PHASE C’ INFRASTRUCTURES

PHASE B’

PHA SE A’

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Two (2) berths for Ro-Ro/Ro-Pax ships

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Two (2) Finger piers 198 m each

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One (1) berth for Railway connection (Ra-Ra) 93 m

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One (1) cargo terminal 2,013 m2

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Total Land Area: 90,000 m2

PHASE C’

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The Port Of Igoumenitsa Domestic Destinations Port C’ Phase Future Investments

B’ Phase Construction Works

New Port (Phase A’)

B’ Phase Construction Works

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Physical Planning for bipolar Freight Village

Feasibility study

Master Plan – Phase I & Phase II

Transport study

Urban Planning Study – Phase I & Phase II

Strategic Environmental Impact Analysis (SEIA) – Environmental Impact Analysis (EIA)

Business Plan - Investment Plan, Source of funding, Time schedule of implementation

Design of Freight Village

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