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Bolloré Africa Logistics is in demand for its logistics expertise in industrial projects

Egypt. 21 August 2015

Bolloré Africa Logistics in Egypt has successfully carried over-gauge equipment as part of an exceptional haulage operation from the port of Sokhna in the north of the Gulf of Suez to the new coal-fired power plant in the Suez Governorate, some 150 km east of Cairo.

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The operations consisted in carrying a degasser measuring 15.5 m long x 4 m x 4 m, and a 27.8 m long x 4.4 m wide x 5.28 m high water tank.

East Delta Electricity Production (EDEPC), a state sector company overseen by the Egyptian Ministry of Electricity and Energy, turned to Bolloré Group to carry over 160 MT of equipment (52 MT for the degasser and 110 MT for the tank) from the port at Sokhna to the power plant site.

Bolloré Africa Logistics in Egypt has also been selected to carry more equipment that will be required when plant construction gets under way as from Q4 2015.
The future plant, capable of generating 650 MW, will help Egypt to increase its electricity production output and accompany the country’s social and economic development.

The power will then be available for industrial and commercial use in the country and contribute to the creation of new jobs, the growth of productivity, with more connections to the national grid, and an overall enhancement of the quality of life.

The operations consisted in carrying a degasser measuring 15.5 m long x 4 m x 4 m, and a 27.8 m long x 4.4 m wide x 5.28 m high water tank.

 

East Delta Electricity Production (EDEPC), a state sector company overseen by the Egyptian Ministry of Electricity and Energy, turned to Bolloré Group to carry over 160 MT of equipment (52 MT for the degasser and 110 MT for the tank) from the port at Sokhna to the power plant site.

 

Bolloré Africa Logistics in Egypt has also been selected to carry more equipment that will be required when plant construction gets under way as from Q4 2015.
The future plant, capable of generating 650 MW, will help Egypt to increase its electricity production output and accompany the country’s social and economic development.

 

The power will then be available for industrial and commercial use in the country and contribute to the creation of new jobs, the growth of productivity, with more connections to the national grid, and an overall enhancement of the quality of life.

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