Latest News for: Egypt freight


Neom suffers another setback with delay to $10 billion transport venture

Business Insider 18 Jun 2024
The Line is a key part of the Neom project ... Saudi Arabia's Neom megaproject appears to have hit another stumbling block ... The freight company is still waiting for regulatory approvals from both Saudi Arabia and Egypt, Bloomberg reported ... ....

EgyptAir to launch direct flights between Cairo, 3 African capitals in July

Egypt Today 13 Jun 2024
For instance, Egypt will launch soon sea freight between the Port of Alexandria and Greece's Port of Volos. Also, there will be RoRo freight ...

Hebei deepens opening-up to drive high-quality development

China Daily 23 May 2024
This year, Wu'an Xinfeng Circular Economy Industrial Investment Development Co signed a contract for a 2-million-ton hot-rolled coil project in Egypt. In April, the China-Europe freight train that ...

Egypt, Italy to launch RoRo freight between ports of Damietta, Trieste

Egypt Today 21 May 2024
Minister of Transport Kamel al-Wazir met Tuesday with the Italian ambassador to Egypt to discuss updates on the prospective RoRo freight to be launched between the ports of Damietta and ...

Red Sea Diversions Spew Carbon Emissions Equal to 9 Million Cars

Live Mint 29 Apr 2024
(Bloomberg) -- Ships seeking to avoid ongoing attacks by Houthi rebels in the Red Sea area are emitting millions of additional tons of carbon, making it tougher for companies using ocean freight to ...

British Steel given planning permission for Teesside electric arc furnace

The Engineer 04 Apr 2024
Expert Q&A ... Xijun said ... In a separate development, British Steel has won a multi-million-pound contract to supply 9,500 tonnes of track for Egypt’s Green Line railway, a 660km long, fully electric mainline and freight network. electric arc furnaces.

British Steel to supply tracks for Egypt's high-speed rail

The New Arab 03 Apr 2024
The Egyptian government recently awarded British Steel a major contract to supply tracks for a major railway project, "The Green Line", the country's first fully electrified mainline and freight network.

Major manufacturing contract secured to create landmark rail route

The Business Desk 03 Apr 2024
In total, 9,500 tonnes of track, produced in Scunthorpe, will be delivered for Egypt’s Green Line railway – the country’s first fully electrified mainline and freight network which stretches from the Red Sea to the Mediterranean.

British Steel wins multimillion-pound contract for Egyptian rail project

The Guardian 02 Apr 2024
... mainline and freight network which stretches from the Red Sea to the Mediterranean.

Red Sea Attacks Foster Arab-Israeli Trade Link by Land

Beijing News 15 Feb 2024
Jeddah, Saudi Arabia - Houthi drone and missile attacks on Red Sea shipping have spurred the development of an alternative "land bridge" to carry cargo by truck from the Persian Gulf across Saudi Arabia and Jordan to Israel and Egypt.

Stable growth forecast for China's machinery makers this year

China Daily 06 Feb 2024
Nantong Tongyang Port Co Ltd, a freight forwarder located in Nantong, Jiangsu province, shipped 80 buses manufactured by Heifei, Anhui province-based Anhui Ankai Automobile Co Ltd to Saudi Arabia and Egypt from a port in Nantong, late last month.

Houthi Attacks On Red Sea Ships Raise Shipping Costs By $1M: EIFFA

MENA FN 04 Feb 2024
(MENAFN - Daily News Egypt). The Egyptian International Freight Forwarding Association (EIFFA) at the Cairo Chamber of Commerce warned of the economic consequences and the surge in shipping costs, ... .

Shipping transits through Suez Canal plunge 42% amid Houthi attacks

The National 27 Jan 2024
The Suez Canal in Egypt is an artery for international trade, with about 12 per cent of the world's shipping traffic passing through it ... Container freight rates are surging amid the crisis, with the ...

“Quality has a cost, but the cost of low quality is higher”

Fresh Plaza 24 Jan 2024
... in the event of freight delays. And while Egypt is a strong competitor to Morocco in the strawberry segment, Mohamed maintains that Moroccan produce still has an advantage in the berry industry.

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