Egypt begins new terminal construction works in Port Said

Egypt begins new terminal construction works in Port Said

The construction of a new terminal in East Port-Said Port in Egypt, the northern entrance to the Suez Canal, has officially commenced.

The contracts for developing the terminal were signed in November 2022 between the General Authority for the SCZONE and the Sky Investment and Reliance Logistics Consortium.

According to Xinhua, the two contracts cover the designing, construction, management, operation, and maintenance of the new multipurpose terminal (Terminal 2).

READ: Suez Canal Authority, Maersk strike $500 million deal for East Port Said berth

The new 900-metre-long terminal is expected to provide job opportunities and lure $65 million in cumulative investments, SCZONE said in a statement.

This month, SCZONE confirmed the successful inaugural green bunkering operation using methanol at East Port Said.

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