Maritime security operations expand in Greece with three new contracts

2 December 2013

ICTS Hellas, ICTS Europe’s Greek subsidiary expands its maritime presence with new contracts for the provision of security services at the ports of Thessaloniki, Mykonos and Naxos.

Responsibilities include guarding and patrolling of the port premises, as per the International Ship and Port Facility Security (ISPS) Code and access control. All port staff, passengers and vehicles are security cleared and boarding passes checked prior to boarding of the cruise ships. At the ports of Naxos and Thessaloniki, ICTS also performs the roles of Port Security Facility Officer and Deputy Port Facility Security Officer respectively, working in compliance with the ISPS code and in unison with the local Port Authorities.

“We have greatly developed our maritime services and are delighted with this recent expansion, that sees ICTS Hellas providing security services to the following Greek ports: Patra, Kos, Vathi Samoy, Karlovasi Samoy, Pithagoreio Samoy, Malagari Samoy, Mykonos, Thessaloniki, Naxos and Agxialeias. We look forward to the spring, when the cruising industry really starts to pick-up” said Anastasia Tolimazi, Operations Manager, ICTS Hellas.