The new service will include operating a ship every 15 days from Damietta Port to the Port of Nhava Sheva and Mundra in India
Middle East Logistics & Consultant Group- MELC Group – Globalia member in Alexandria/Cairo, Egypt, and the shipping agent for AAS Shipping Lines – has launched a new service that links Damietta Port with Indian ports.
The new service includes operating a ship every 15 days from Damietta to the Port of Nhava Sheva, which takes 13 days directly without a transit port.
Moreover, this service will allow them to ship cargo directly without a transit port to India and vice-versa within just 13 to 14 days.
Presently, MELC Group is offering this service for dry containers only. Moreover, the line will perform these services through its vessels without entering into alliances with any other carrier.”
Congratulations to MELC Group on launching this new service!
They are also working as consultants for the building of the mid-port terminal in the Port of Alexandria
MELC group – Globalia member in Alexandria/Cairo – has announced the final signing of the concession agreement of a new terminal that will be built in the port of Damietta/Egypt.
The new “Terminal 2” in the port is expected to start operations by 2024 and will have a final total operational capacity of 3.3 Mio TEU. According to Melc Group, the Consultant of DPA, Partner and advisory body for both Eurogate Damietta GmbH and Contship Damietta, it will serve as Hapag-Lloyd’s dedicated strategic transshipment hub in the East Mediterranean.
Congratulations to Globalia Alexandria & Cairo for their commendable projects!
Direct International Logistic ships 120 tractors and 134 RORO units from January to September
Direct International Logistic, Globalia member in Alexandria, Egypt, fulfils their yearly target of shipments 3 months before the end of the year. As a leading logistics provider of Alexandria, they have been offering comprehensive transportation management services, and providing their clients with a true competitive edge by combining cutting edge technology, industry expertise, and modern approach to real world logistics.
“We defined our target at the beginning of this year which was to be achieved by the end of December 2019, but we achieved it 3 months earlier. This undoubtedly is a source of great pride and contentment for our company.” says Mr. Mohammed Dosoky, the Logistics Manager of Direct International Logistic.
GLB Alexandria targeted to ship 100 tractors to Egypt and Iraq by December 2019 but they shipped 120 tractors by the end of September. They also aimed to move 120 RORO units from Europe and the US to Egypt by the end of the year and they have already shipped more than 134 units! Mr. Dosoky further adds, “It took great effort and dedication on our part to achieve this! We had to make numerous contracts with importers, RORO liners, and container lines. The tremendous efforts of our team have been appropriately rewarded and we are absolutely contented with the result.”
Congratulations to Direct International Logistic and wishing them all the best for their future projects!