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Multipurpose Dock Project - Damietta Port
This project will be located at Damietta Port, lying on the Mediterranean Sea, 23 nautical miles from the Suez Canal's northern entrance in Egypt. The project is about Construction of a 630-meter multipurpose dock at a port. The port has a container terminal with four berths with a depth of 14.5 meters and whose stacking yard totals 600,000 square meters. It also features a general cargo terminal, dry and liquid bulk and LNG terminals, as well as a petrochemical complex, marine services area, and fuel supply station for ships. The project includes the construction of a berth with a length of 630 meters and a depth of 17 meters and an area of 75 thousand square meters. It is expected to achieve an increase in volume of 4 million tons annually and revenues of about EGP 160 million per year. The terminal would reduce the waiting period of vessels at the outer ancharge and increase the bulk cargo handling rates, especially grains and increase the cargo loads expected to be receive on the sidewalks from 14 meters up to 17 meters. The new facility will be capable of handling liquid bulk, dry bulk, as well as general cargo vessels. The ministers also inaugurated the EGP 12 million expansion of the operations center at the port and raised the flag on two tugboats to improve the level of service and increase performance rates to meet the current and expected increase in ship traffic. Client has invited firms to submit bids for the main contract.