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Board of Directors

The ‘Κ.Τ.Ε.Λ. ΘΕΣΣΑΛΟΝΙΚΗΣ Α.Ε.’ is a private joint-stock company that provides ‘services of general interest,’ directly supervised by the State.

It is governed by a board elected through the procedures of Law 2190/1920, as applicable.

The current Board of Directors (D.S.) of ΚΤΕΛ ΘΕΣΣΑΛΟΝΙΚΗΣ Α.Ε. consists of five members (-5-). It holds office from 09/02/2022 until 08/02/2026 and was elected during the General Meeting (Γ.Σ.) on 4/2/2022

It consists of the following individuals:

  1. Tsolis Stefanos, Architect-Engineer, President and CEO (photo)
  2. Hatzis Dimitrios, Vice President
  3. Bikos Ioannis, Deputy CEO
  4. Rondis Iraklis, member
  5. Kakoulidis Nikolaos, member

Sakis Georgiadis, Economist

Legal Counsel: Kyriakos Triantafyllidis, Lawyer before the Supreme Court

Head of Financial Management: Paschalis Terzopoulos, MBA

Head of Data Processing: Antonis Papadimitriou

Data Protection Officer (DPO): Theodoros Fysekis

Occupational Health Physician: Filio Stoikou

Security Technician: Thomas Garganis

“Also included in the operation of “Κ.Τ.Ε.Λ. ΘΕΣΣΑΛΟΝΙΚΗΣ Α.Ε.” are:

The ‘Shareholders Association of KTEL Thessaloniki Prefecture‘, based at 16 Lagkada Street, Thessaloniki, has seven members and its president is Mr. Koniaris Stergios. It serves as the shareholders’ union.

The ‘SPECIAL PROCUREMENT COOPERATIVE‘ of its former owners, based at 30 Karoli and Dimitriou (Administration) Street, with Mr. Chalkidis Vasileios as the President. It is a cooperative of shareholders, with minimal current activity.

Mutual Insurance Cooperative The Mutual Insurance Cooperative of the shareholders, based at 30 Karoli and Dimitriou (Administration) Street, with Mr. Chalkidis Vasileios as the President. It is the insurance company for ‘K.T.E.L. THESSALONIKIS A.E.’ where its buses are insured. This insurance entity is reinsured by the large cooperative entity titled ‘Mutual Insurance Cooperative of Professional Owners of Publicly Used Cars in Northern Greece and Thessaly Regional Unit,’ which has the KTEL companies of Northern Greece as its partners and is the owner of the ‘MACEDONIA’ station in Menemeni, Thessaloniki.

The supervising authority of the company’s civil works is the O.S.E.TH. (Transport Infrastructure Company of Thessaloniki)

The supervising authority of the intercity project (with decision-making and supervisory responsibilities) is the Region of Central Macedonia.

At the highest level, the KTEL companies are supervised by the respective Minister of Transportation or the Deputy Minister responsible for transportation.