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Development of 14 Java Ports and Railway-Linked Logistics Zones in Egypt

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Egyptian Minister of Transport Kamel Al Wazir confirmed that the Dry Port on October 6 marks the beginning of a major breakthrough in the establishment of 14 dry ports and logistics zones that are linked to the rail network and seaports.

He explained that “the implementation of the “October 6 Dry Port” takes place within the framework of the strategy of the Ministry of Transport, which is to search for integrated logistics development axes to connect industrial, agricultural, mining and service production areas with seaports through a clean, fast and safe vehicle.” , noting that “the port is within two axes”. make Egypt a global hub for world trade and logistics.

He stated that “the implementation of the Sixth October Dry Port aims to achieve several economic, environmental and environmental aspects, including: the development of industrial zones, the provision of direct and indirect jobs in the logistics sector, in addition to increasing traffic in maritime ports and prevent the accumulation of containers in them, as well as “Speed ​​up the work cycle of export and import supply chains”, indicating that “the port contributes to the digital transformation of cargo movement procedures, reduces the costs of container delays in ports and, as a result, the increase in the cost products”.

Source: “Country”

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