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ZTE to open logistics centre in Greece

by Stuart Wilson, Friday 21 March 2014

Networking and device vendor ZTE has signed an agreement to set up a new logistics centre for its products in Greece. China-based ZTE will use Piraeus container terminal (PCT)as a Greek logistics centre and will use the facility as a base for transiting its products into 12 major markets in Europe: Croatia, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Slovenia, Austria, Hungary, Bulgaria, Romania, Italy, Spain, Portugal and Cyprus.

The agreement was signed in the presence of Antonis Samaras, prime minister of Greece. Samaras said: "PCT is a key gateway, it is an international hub, connected with Greece’s rail infrastructure and therefore, with Eastern and Central Europe. It has become a very important global hub of transport networks."

The logistics centre forms part of a long-term investment from ZTE that is expected to create around 600 jobs. Further ZTE developments at the site could include a service centre and even product assembly operations.

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