This service allows interested parties to apply to enter port facilities without having to be physically present to apply. The service is intended to make it easier for all users to travel to/from the port facilities..
Together, EY and HPCS have taken measures to ensure the security of the digital system.
The security of transactions is a top priority for HPCS.
The minimum required information is exchanged in order to carry out each transaction. Access to this information is protected through a series of technical security measures, such as the use of one-time passwords, encrypted communication channels, dissemination of information only to involved parties and identity-based access. Each user is only aware of the information sent to them by the previous user, as is the next user to whom they, in turn, decide to send the information whenever they so choose.
Therefore, the information being transmitted is only disclosed on a need-to-know basis, thus protecting the confidentiality of this information.
The platform fully complies with the provisions of Greek and European legislation on personal data. Both the infrastructure and operation of the platform are subject to thorough audits by external auditors on an annual basis.
Finally, HPCS is supported by an expert team of engineers, 365 days a year, 24 hours a day, using state-of-the-art tools to monitor security and ensure the smooth operation of the platform.
The shipping company shall indicate to the Free Zone section each container exported.
The necessary information to be known by the port administrator (container size, agency, container weight, port of landing etc.) and the carrier has undertaken its transportation to the port area.
The Shipping Company, which holds containers for loading on a vessel, shall deposit a centralized electronic file with those containers, as well as the necessary information that the Port Administrator must know in the Free Zone section after the arrival of the vessel.