The Company Rokas
Constructions SA, having initially been established in 1958 under
a different name and legal form, was initially engaged in the
design, construction and installation of lifting and handling
equipment. In 1977, following its conversion to C. Rokas SA, the
Company built its new modern production unit in the Industrial
Zone of Tripolis and started specializing in more complex steel
structures, supplying equipment to major commercial ports,
shipyards and heavy industries in Greece and abroad.
In 2000, as a confirmation of the importance placed by the Company
on the quality of its products, it was certified as per
international standards ISO 9001/1994 and in 2003 as per ISO
During the period 1991-1992, the Company constructed the first
wind farms in Greece for the Public Power Corporation (PPC).
Capitalizing its experience in the construction of energy
projects, in 1998, the Company constructed the first private wind
farm in Greece, with a capacity of 10.2 MW in Sitia, Crete, paving
the way for the development of Renewable Energy Sources in the
country. Rokas was awarded the “Best investment of the year” award
by the Center for Renewable Energy Sources.
As a result of its diversification, it was decided in 2008 to
transfer the traditional activity of the company to a new
subsidiary. So, Rokas Constructions SA was established as a 100%
subsidiary of C. Rokas SA, with the particular scope to serve the
Group’s needs in the sector of electromechanical equipment.