The media center of the Damietta Port Authority issued a statement saying that the port has dealt, during the past 24 hours, with 28 container ships and general cargo.
The center indicated that the incoming traffic of general goods included thousands of tons of various commodities, as the port received 15582 tons of wheat, 1693 tons of iron and 1749 tons of scrap. The port also received 2,000 tons of corn, 2,658 tons of beech wood, 2,900 tons of sugar, 5,123 tons of lentils, in addition to the above, 8848 tons of fava beans. Read also: Egyptian ports received 585.7 thousand tons of dry bulk last week The center explained that the movement of exports of general goods included many commodities, such as 400 tons of sand, 6760 tons of urea, 800 tons of nitrates, and 2465 tons of phosphates. The port also exported 2098 tons of iron, in addition to 2078 tons of gypsum powder. The media center said that the total container export movement amounted to 846 TEUs, including vegetables (frozen beans, okra, and frozen mixed vegetables), agricultural crops (potatoes, green onions, olives, alfalfa, herbs, onions, basil and pulp), and fruits (dates, ...
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