The new buildings program of Attica Group for new Ro-Pax tonnage and not only, has been temporarily put on hold. It will be activated at the beginning of the new year after the successful incorporation of Hellenic Seaways.
Mr. Paschalis and Attica are happy with the H1 2018 results with increased summer passenger, vehicle and cargo traffic.
The challenge for all ferry operators is again the increasing bunker prices. This also affects Attica Group. However, with a fuel-efficient fleet and with corrective operational management, Attica’s goal is to try to minimize the negative impact of the bunker price increases.
This year Attica Group on the Adriatic Sea and through Superfast Ferries, as a non-Italian operator, joined the Italian “Mare bonus programme” that financially supports the green objective to move freight traffic from road to sea.
AML, Africa Morocco Links, operates one vessel in low season and two vessels in high season on the Tangier Med -Algeciras route, offering up to 8 round trip sailings per day. AML has managed within a short period of time to satisfy customer’s expectations, obtain its fair share of traffic and is expected to deliver favourable results this year for its shareholders, BMCE Bank of Morocco and Attica Group.
Ferry Shipping News wishes to Attica team all the best for the exciting future development.