Damietta port in Egypt receives 7,500 tons of gelatin and exports 10,677 tons of phosphate

Published Jan 2, 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 24 container ships and general cargo. The media center stated that the movement of imports from general cargo included thousands of tons of commodities, as the port received 15,300 tons of corn, 1,746 tons of beech wood and 7,500 tons of gelatin, in addition to the above, 1289 tons of iron.

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The media center said that the export movement of general cargo included many commodities such as 11009 tons of urea, 10677 tons of phosphate and 810 tons of nitrate. Read also Damietta port receives 14,000 tons of corn and exports 10250 tons of urea, and the port also exported 3300 tons of soybean meal, 2590 tons of sand and 4907. Tons of di-ammonia. The media center stated that the total export movement from containers reached 832 TEUs, which include vegetables (tomatoes, carrots, beans, molokhia, and frozen mixed vegetables), agricultural crops (sesame, turmeric, fennel, coriander, basil and lemon), and fruits (dates, oranges and strawberries), which are exported to each of Saudi Arabia. The UAE, Jordan, the Netherlands, Japan, America, Italy, Sri Lanka, China, Indonesia, Malta and England. Read also the resumption of “EgyptAir” flights to the Sultanate of Oman today. The media center indicated that the number of incoming containers reached 184 TEUs, while the number of transit ...
Source: Almalnews
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