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Suez Canal will also be affected by global slowdown, says report
Turkey deploys Syrian fighters in Libya, HoR describes Turkish intervention ‘a new colonisation of Libya’
Indian naval ship, Tarkash, arrived in Alexandria on June 28 for 3-day visit to participate in Western Fleet Overseas Deployment training programme
The court scheduled the first session for reviewing the appeal on 30 August
Keshta was arrested in a demonstration protesting the transfer of Tiran and Sanafir islands to Saudi sovereignty
There have been several reports of accidents befalling Egyptian fishermen in recent months
Several groups vow to take further action against Egypt-Saudi maritime demarcation deal
The ministry released Egyptian-Saudi documents concerning the Red Sea islands following a wave of criticism regarding the new maritime demarcation
Ships transiting Suez Canal to reach 65 ships by beginning of 2017, says Mohamed Farid Rehab
Red Sea Port Authority and Abu Dhabi’s counterpart to form joint companies encouraging marine investments
China to lead the Silk Road project and take part in Israeli Red Med project
Ministry of transportation reveals investment opportunities involve 3 railway projects, 3 road projects, logistics centre project, 2 new metro lines, tram line, tunnel and 17 maritime transport projects
By Rehab Saber Arab Bridge Maritime (AB Maritime ) plans to launch a maritime line joining Basra in southern Iraq and the UAE by hiring two passenger ferries with an initial cost of $2m annually, AB Managing Director Hussien Al Souob said. AB Maritime intends to buy the two ferries if the new line proves …
Increase in maritime piracy in particularly West Africa is having a severe impact on countries in the region that are losing lives, property and revenues. Experts believe the situation could get out of control.
The width of the canal is not expected to exceed 250 metres, and would be wide enough for just one ship to pass through at a time, a process which takes two hours back and forth.
In an interview with “Logistics”, Abdul Ghaffar said that he expects to hold a meeting with Admiral Mohab Mamish, chairman of the Suez Canal Authority, to agree on the new features of the project in preparation for developing a general plan and implementation mechanisms during the next phase.