Arab Republic of Egypt
International Land Port

About Port


Egypt's unique geographically connected geographical location enhances its position as a global logistics hub for companies seeking business and trade between the continents of Europe, Asia and Africa. Egypt is also located at the crossroads of international trade between Europe, the Middle East, Asia and Africa, Distinguished from the most important global logistics axes. Business is constantly seeking to establish itself in Egypt as a springboard to Africa, Asia and Europe and stimulate trade in regional markets.

One of the most important characteristics of Egypt in infrastructure is the existence of a railway which is historically and internationally the second country to have railways after the United Kingdom and 60% of them in the delta and the length and the Nile, in addition to the ports of Alexandria, Suez and Port Said.

From this point of view, it was of utmost importance to establish an international land port in the Arab Republic of Egypt with a unique strategic location to link the continents of the world, stimulate regional and international trade, and create a trade climate that provides the necessary needs while taking into account the reduction in the cost of shipping.

Access to South Africa (Mainland)
  • The international land port connects South Africa through the borders of the states of Egypt and Sudan in the south through the ports of Qustal / Arkin ... to the port of Cape Town, South Africa. The route of the cargo shall be through the regional ring road, which is 2 km away from the land port

Access to North Africa (Mainland)
  • The international land port of the North African countries links the borders of the States of Egypt and Libya through the Salum crossing to Chad / Niger The route of the cargo shall be through the regional ring road, which is 2 km away from the land port

Access to North Asia (Mainland - Multimodal)
  • The international land port connects the countries of Asia through Nuweiba (Egypt) / Aqaba (Jordan). The direction of the route from the land port at 53km Suez Road, passing the Ahmed Hamdi tunnel to the port of Nuweiba. Access Nuweiba / Safaga ports via connect the road direction from the land port start from the 53 km end of the Suez road, turning right - Zafarana road to the port of Safaga and return.

Access to the canal ports
  • Access to the Egyptian ports starting to arrive to the countries of the world through the regional ring road, which is 2 kilometers from the land port - which also links more than 16 Egyptian governorates

Egypt - International Land Port
Badr City
53Km Egypt - Suze Road


 

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