Live cattle, wheat, and corn are the most important things that Damietta port in Egypt received during the past week

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Published Dec 1, 2021

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The media center of the Damietta Port Authority said that the port witnessed during the past week a great activity in the movement of ships (containers and general goods), and received and left dozens of ships loaded with various goods, pointing out that the port dealt with 164 ships during the aforementioned period. The center indicated that the port received 102455 tons of wheat, 90,217 tons of corn, 5683 tons of beech wood, 50 tons of plywood, 847 tons of pipes, 2,610 tons of cooking oil, 1182 tons of fava beans, and 1423 tons of lentils.

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The port also received 21,430 tons of iron, 32,569 tons of scrap, 1,596 live cattle, with a total weight of 439 tons, 2,000 tons of bread, 6,100 tons of ethylene chloride, and 27,481 tons of sugar.Read also cooperation between EgyptAir Academy for Training and Libyan Airlines He pointed out that the port had exported tens of thousands of tons of various commodities such as 16,194 tons of phosphate, 5150 tons of diammonium phosphate, 22,320 tons of urea, and 42,185 tons of sand. The port also exported 4,082 tons of iron, 38,800 tons of salt and 2884 tons of nitrates. He stated that the movement of exports from containers included many different agricultural products, such as fruits (mango, strawberry, pomegranate, tangerine, dates, grapefruit and guava), vegetables (molokhia, okra, potatoes, sage, and beans), and agricultural crops (tomatoes, peppers, potatoes, parsley, olives, caraway, hibiscus, sesame, basil, herbs, beans, lemon and artichokes). Nigella sativa, chickpeas, pulp, ...
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