Egypt: corn, wheat and scrap are the most important things received by Damietta Port during the past week (Graph)

Updated Dec 14, 2020
In a related context, the center explained that the port exported tens of thousands of tons of various commodities such as 4,500 tons of phosphate and 34,858 tons of urea. Read also the dates of trains heading from Cairo to the governorates today, Sunday 12-13-2020, and the port also exported 43,000 tons of sand and 12,346 tons. Salt, 2,900 tons of soybean meal, 900 tons of calcium fluoride, 4,346 tons of calcium chloride, and 442 tons of alcohol. He pointed out that the export traffic from containers amounted to 4,620 TEUs, while the number of imported containers reached 5258 TEUs, while the number of transit containers reached 13,993 TEUs. The center explained that the export movement from containers included many different agricultural products such as fruits (pomegranate, strawberry, oranges, tangerines, dates), vegetables (beans, potatoes and peas), and agricultural crops (rice, fennel, lemon and sesame), where they are exported to the Netherlands, England, Germany, Syria, ...
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