Damietta port in Egypt receives 11,874 tons of wheat and exports 13,950 tons of phosphate

Maize (Corn)
Published Mar 5, 2021

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The Media Center of Damietta Port Authority issued a statement saying that the port had dealt during the past 24 hours with 27 container ships and general cargo. The media center stated that the imported movement of general cargo included thousands of tons of various commodities, as the port received 17,689 tons of corn, 1,124 tons of beech wood and 11874 tons of wheat. The port also received 1,481 tons of soda, 5,700 tons of scrap and 2,880 tons of methanol.

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The media center indicated that the export movement of general cargo included many commodities such as 2000 tons of urea, 13,950 tons of phosphate and 2,500 tons of oil. Read also Finance: Operating logistic services centers at the port of Dekheila at the end of next March. The port also exported 389 tons of beech wood in addition to 449 tons of alcohol. The media center added that the total export movement from containers reached 1272 TEUs, including vegetables (potatoes and onions), agricultural crops (olives, sesame, chickpeas, lentils and herbs), and fruits (strawberries, oranges, dates, tangerines and pomegranates), which are exported to the UAE, Saudi Arabia, Malta, India and Germany. Singapore, Sri Lanka, the Netherlands, Spain, Russia, America and China. The media center indicated that the number of incoming containers reached 696 TEUs, while the number of transit containers reached 1285 TEUs. Read also the dates of Russian trains heading from Cairo to the governorates ...
Source: Almalnews
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