“Abu Dhabi Ports” signs two agreements on projects in the port sector in Egypt05 May 2022
“Abu Dhabi Ports” signs two agreements on projects in the port sector in Egypt
Abu Dhabi Ports Group and the Crimson Sea Ports Authority signed an settlement on phrases and circumstances and a preliminary settlement relating to main port tasks to be applied on the Egyptian coastal strip, within the presence of His Excellency Lieutenant-Basic Eng. Kamel Al-Wazir, the Egyptian Minister of Transport.
The phrases and circumstances settlement was signed by Main Basic Eng. Mohamed Abdel Rahim, Chairman of the Board of Administrators of the Crimson Sea Ports Authority, and Rear Admiral Abdel Qader Darwish, Chairman of the Board of Administrators of the Egyptian Group for Multipurpose Terminals, and Saif Al Mazrouei, Chief Govt Officer – Ports Sector, Abu Dhabi Ports Group.
The 2 agreements stipulate that Abu Dhabi Ports Group will develop, function and handle a multi-purpose terminal at Safaga seaport, in cooperation with the Basic Authority of Crimson Sea Ports and the Egyptian Group for Multi-Objective Terminals, the industrial arm of the Egyptian Ministry of Transport.
The multi-purpose terminal venture in Safaga Port is taken into account one of many necessary nationwide tasks because of its strategic location on the Crimson Sea, which upon completion in 2024 will present berths with a size of 1,000 meters able to dealing with all varieties of common cargo, dry and liquid bulk.
The three way partnership will present port customers with a variety of marine providers, together with vessel site visitors administration; harmful items administration; offering navigational aids; provision of firefighting and prevention tools; designated docking areas; Mooring upkeep providers, ship piloting, ship towing, anchoring and crusing options.
Whereas the preliminary settlement was signed by Main Basic Mohamed Abdel Rahim, Chairman of the Board of Administrators of the Basic Authority of Crimson Sea Ports, and Saif Al Mazrouei, CEO – Ports Sector, Abu Dhabi Ports Group.
This preliminary settlement covers the event, operation and administration of docks and terminals for cruise ships within the ports of Sharm El Sheikh, Hurghada and Safaga, along with offering assist providers that contribute to the enlargement of cruise ship enterprise in Egypt, along with the Abu Dhabi Ports Group growing plans to function a marine line for cruise ships linking Abu Dhabi, Hurghada and Sharm El Sheikh and the Jordanian metropolis of Aqaba. Beneath the settlement, Abu Dhabi Ports Group will perform the required improvement work to enhance the expertise of incoming vacationers.
His Excellency Lieutenant-Basic Engineer Kamel Al-Wazir – Egyptian Minister of Transport stated: “These agreements come throughout the framework of implementing the directives of His Excellency President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi, the President of the Republic, to make Egypt a worldwide middle for commerce and logistics providers, and throughout the framework of the plan to develop all Egyptian ports on the Crimson and Mediterranean coasts, and throughout the framework of integration and cooperation The optimistic and fruitful relationship between Egyptian and Emirati ports.
For his half, Captain Mohamed Juma Al Shamsi, Managing Director and CEO of Abu Dhabi Ports Group, stated: “We’re happy to develop the scope of our strategic relations with Egyptian authorities by these agreements, which fall throughout the context of the keenness of the clever management of the UAE to strengthen cooperation relations with the Arab brothers, and canopy an built-in set of Providers in a lot of ports alongside the Crimson Coastline.. The Egyptian Ministry of Transport has laid down formidable plans to reinforce maritime commerce and transport, and there’s no doubt that the Abu Dhabi Ports Group is able to make use of its experience and information to contribute to the implementation of those tasks.”
The preliminary agreements that have been signed are thought of the newest points of cooperation in a collection of agreements between Abu Dhabi Ports Group and Egyptian authorities, together with the settlement concluded with the Egyptian Group for Multipurpose Terminals Firm relating to cooperation within the improvement and operation of Ain Sukhna Port within the Arab Republic of Egypt.