Indian, Malaysian, Emirati firms bid to build dry port in Egypt

Cairo – Mubasher: Indian, Malaysian, and Emirati companies bid for a project to construct a dry port in Egypt in the Sixth of October City.

Situated on 100 feddans, the new port will serve Alexandria and El Dekheila ports, Egypt’s finance minister Mohamed Maait said.

Three consortiums contend for the 30-year contract including India’s Concor Company, Malaysia’s BSA, Hassan Allam, Holding Co. For Maritime & Land Transport, DP World, Elsewedy Electric, and Germany’s Schenker Egypt, the top official revealed.

Mubasher Contribution Time: 24-Aug-2018 12:03 (GMT)
Mubasher Last Update Time: 24-Aug-2018 12:03 (GMT)