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Attica Group Reaches Deal to Absorb ANEK Lines

ANEK Lines will be absorbed by Attica Group following a merger agreement with shareholders and creditors of the Cretan coastal shipping company.

Attica Group Inaugurates its 3 New AERO Highspeed Vessels

Attica Group officially welcomed the delivery of its three new state-of-the-art vessels - AERO Highspeed 1, AERO Highspeed 2 and AERO Highspeed 3 - at the port of Piraeus.

Attica Group Applauded for CSR, Technology Initiatives at Tourism Awards 2018

Attica Group, which engages in passenger shipping via the Superfast Ferries and Blue Star Ferries companies, received three honors at the Tourism Awards 2018.

Attica Group to Acquire 50.3 Percent of Hellenic Seaways

Attica Group has reached a tentative agreement to acquire the majority of stakes, 50.3 percent, of Hellenic Seaways for 30.61 million euros.

Attica Group Offers Humanitarian Assistance to Refugees in Piraeus, Samos

Attica Group, the parent company of Superfast Ferries and Blue Star Ferries, has delivered quantities of fresh milk, juice and cereal to the refugees that have found temporary shelter at the passenger stations of the port of Piraeus and distributed light meals to the refugees on Samos.

Attica Group Issues 6th CSR Report

Attica Group announced recently that it has published its 6th Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Report for the year 2014, presenting the group's performance on sustainable development.

Piraeus-MIG Deal: Changes Expected In Greek Coastal Shipping Sector

The recent strategic cooperation deal between Piraeus Bank and Marfin Investment Group (MIG) is expected to lead to significant developments in the Greek coastal shipping sector.

MIG Cuts Ties With “Olympic” Brand

One of the most widely recognizable brands in the world, the Olympic rings, will no longer be included in the portfolio of Marfin Investment Group (MIG), which has decided to officially cut all ties with its Olympic past.

EU Approves Aegean Airlines Buy Of Olympic Air

Greek carrier Aegean Airlines has been granted the approval of the European Commission to buy rival Olympic Air.

Aegean-Olympic Deal Rumored To Have Been Approved By E.U.

Although a final decision on the acquisition of Olympic Air by Aegean Airlines is expected next month, it is rumored that the E.U. competition authorities have already decided to approve the deal.

Olympic Engineering To Close Next Month

Marfin Investment Group (MIG) recently announced the closure of Olympic Engineering, an Olympic Air subsidiary, as of 1 May, citing financial losses.

Aegean Airlines: Acquisition of Olympic Air Is Necessary

If competition authorities give the green light for Aegean Airlines to acquire Olympic Air from Marfin Investment Group (MIG), the deal could be completed within the next five to seven months, Aegean Airlines vice president, Eftichios Vassilakis, said today, 25 October, during a...

Aegean Airlines To Buy Out Rival Olympic Air

Greek carrier Aegean Airlines and Marfin Investment Group (MIG) reached an agreement today, Monday, 23 October, on the 100 percent sale of Olympic Air to Aegean.

Olympic Air To Fly As Of October 2009

Marfin Investment Group (MIG) recently announced that preparations are in progress for the launch of the flight operations of Olympic Air.

Olympic Goes Through Revamp Process

Olympic Airline's owners, Marfin Investment Group (MIG), announced the designers of the carrier's new cabin crew uniforms last month.