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2007/09/21/(Fri)

Suez Canal Container Terminal (SCCT) signs concession agreement for Phase II of the East Port Said terminal development [Seaport]

Positive negotiations between the Egyptian government and Suez Canal Container Terminal (SCCT) have resulted in signing an agreement launching Phase II of SCCT’s container terminal.

This new phase will expand SCCT not only in size but in manpower, boasting 24 Super-Post Panamax cranes and a terminal capacity of 5.1 million TEUs.

In the short time that it has been operating Suez Canal Container Terminal (SCCT) has managed to successfully establish itself as a leading transshipment centre for the Eastern Mediterranean, increasing shipping and exporting opportunities for local and international businesses.

SCCT- Suez canal Container Terminal
Suez Canal Container Terminal (SCCT) is a transshipment container terminal located at East Port Said Port. SCCT is operated by APM Terminals and began operating in 2004 and currently occupies an overall area of 600,000 square meters and is equipped to handle 2.55 million TEUs annually. SCCT is an Egyptian joint venture company (Public-Private Partnership), the majority (60%) shareholding of SCCT is held by APM Terminals.

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