• Adabiya Port

    Mahfouz Taha, the vice chairperson of the Authority for the Southern region said that the Adabiya Port has achieved an increase in general cargo and dry bulk of 1.1 million tonnes. Taha added that the economic zone is working to complete the establishment of the desalination plant with a production capacity of 100,000 cubic meters per day, in cooperation with the Engineering Authority of the Armed Forces, in addition to establishing a sewage station with a capacity of 35,000 cubic meters, starting with 10,000 cubic meters at the moment, based on the needs of the projects in the area of Ain Sokhna.

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  • Transmar increases service levels with extra tonnage to Jeddah

    Transmar has upgraded its Adabiya departure services with the addition of a new vessel – the MV Viking Merlin – on the company’s Red Sea Service (RES) with a scheduled first departure from Adabiya on Thursday 20 September, 2018. This increased tonnage on the RES offers customers a more modern vessel with increased capacity and a reliable and dependable service. Following the first sailing with MV Viking Merlin, the Transmar sailings will remain as published with sailings from the port every 10 days on the 10th, 20th and 30th of each month.

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  • Transmar sets sights on further growth from Adabiya port

    Transmar - Egypt’s only container shipping line - has strengthened its presence across the Middle East and East African routes using the Port of Adabiya – regarded as the jewel in the logistics crown due to its high levels of service and congestion-free operation. With a growing interest in container services and a recovery in the Egyptian economy, the port has become the focal point of Transmar’s operations to service its UAE, Saudi Arabian and East African clients thanks to its location and facilities which include a free zone area of about 62 feddans overlooking Suez bay coast. It is also the key port for palm oil imports into Egypt. As the leading Egyptian flagged shipping line operating from the port, Transmar is looking to increase its supply chain offerings according to CEO Mohamed El Ahwal.

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  • The Leadership Lab

    When asked what our purpose was, our CEO quickly replied, “developing people.” Similar to how Disney asserts it’s in the business of making people happy, Transmar as well as all IACC Holdings’ subsidiary companies insist that we are in the business of developing people. This ultimately serves the bigger vision of being the employer of choice which is core to our DNA.

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