Egypt to Construct 7 Logistical Corridors Connecting Seaports


Egypt devised a strategic plan to construct seven massive logistical corridors, connecting industrial, agricultural, and mining areas with seaports across the Mediterranean and the Red Sea. The corridors will also link the production areas through a network of railways or paved main roads passing through dry ports and logistic zones located on these corridors. This comes with the goal of providing services to newly developed urban communities, enabling economic integration and accessibility for trade. The Egyptian Minister of Transportation, Kamel Al-Wazir, stated that the corridors are planned to connect Sokhna to Alexandria, Arish to Taba, Cairo to Alexandria, Tanta to Mansoura to Damietta, Gargoub to Salloum, Cairo to Aswan to Abu Simbel, and Safaga to Qena to Tartour. The Sokhna/Alexandria Logistic Corridor, extending from the Ain Sokhna Port on the Red Sea, passing through the 10th of Ramadan Dry Port and the logistic zone will be connected to the railway network through the Robeiky, 10th of Ramadan – Belbeis Railway Line, spanning 63.5 km, according to Al-Wazir. Passing through the industrial city of the 10th of Ramadan city and Cairo’s largest urban center in the Middle East, it will continue…

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