History

Hellenic Post through the years:

  • 1828 - Founded by a presidential decree by Ioannis Kapodistrias
  • 1970 - Greek Postal Service becomes a Private Law Entity under the distinctive title: "Hellenic Post"
  • 1985 - Hellenic Post launches a large-scale reorganization program
  • 1996 - Hellenic Post becomes a Societe Anonyme under the name "Hellenic Post S.A."
  • 1998 - Establishment of KEK-ELTA SA
  • 1998 - Infrastructure upgrade & human resources development
  • 2000 - Establishment of ELTA Courier SA
  • 2002 - DEA decides to initiate the procedures for the Hellenic Post ASE listing
  • 2006 - Strategic commercial agreement with Hellenic PostBank (TT)
  • 2008 - Large investment program is completed focusing on the Postal and Sorting Centers network automation, IT infrastructure upgrade and Human Resources Development
  • 2012 - ELTA partial disinvestment from TT share capital
  • 2012 - Greek State’s voting rights over the Hellenic Post share capital pass to the Hellenic Republic Asset Development Fund (TAIPED)
  • 2013 - In accordance with the Law 4053/2012 the postal market in Greece is fully liberalized
  • 2014 - In accordance with the 152.687/ΨΣ6309-Α2/07.11.2014 Decision of the "Digital Convergence" Operational Program Special Management Service all the ELTA NSRF (ESPA) projects are recalled
  • 2016 - ELTA is licensed as energy provider by the Regulatory Authority for Energy (RAE) and enter the Greek electricity market
  • 2017 - ELTA apply the Joint Ministerial Decision (KYA) for the postal items customs clearance.
  • 2017 - Legislation issued for Hellenic Post to receive the USO compensation for the period 2013-2015
  • 2018 - Greek State's share participation in ELTA passes to Hellenic Corporation of Assets and Participations S.A.(EESYP)
  • 2018 - EETT Decision (845/006/26.03.2018) affirming the 2013-2015 USO compensation to €127.9 million

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