The Hellenic Republic Asset Development Fund (HRADF) announces that four Interested Parties
have submitted an Expression of Interest for the acquisition of a majority stake of at least 67%
of the “Alexandroupolis Port Authority” (OLA S.A.).

Expressions of Interest were submitted by the following Interested Parties (in alphabetical
order):
1) Cosnsortium composed of the companies CAMERON S.A- GOLDAIR CARGO AE- BOLLORE
AFRICA LOGISTICS
2) Consortium INTERNATIONAL PORT INVESTMENTS ALEXANDROUPOLIS, composed of the
companies BLACK SUMMIT FINANCIAL GROUP – EUROPORTS-EFA GROUP και ΓΕΚ ΤΕΡΝΑ
3) QUINTANA INFRASTRUCTURE & DEVELOPMENT
4) THESSALONIKI PORT AUTHORITY S.A.

HRADF’s advisors will evaluate the aforementioned Expressions of Interest and submit to the
Fund’s Board of Directors their recommendation regarding the candidates that qualify for the
next phase of the tender (binding offers phase).

The Alexandroupolis Port Authority (OLA) S.A. was granted the right to exclusively use and operate the
buildings, land and facilities of the port land-side zone of the port of Alexandroupolis and the
fishing shelter of Makri by virtue of a concession agreement with the Hellenic Republic. The Concession Agreement has a duration of 60 years from its signing thus expiring on March 21st, 2063.

OLA S.A. also has administrative jurisdiction over the port of Kamariotissa in Samothraki and the Therma
fishing shelter of Samothraki.

The main activities of OLA S.A. comprise the provision of berthing to ships, dry bulk and conventional general cargo stevedoring services and storage, as well as coastal ferry operations and passengers’ services. Furthermore, the port of Alexandroupolis has extensive infrastructure that can support additional container, bulk cargo and passenger transportation activities.

The port of Kamariotissa primarily connects the island of Samothrace with mainland Greece, while the other two ports service local needs.