Our team at the Port of Ain Sokhna – Egypt’s primary logistics gateway on the Red Sea – has been managing operations at the terminal since 2008. Since then, they’ve been transforming the port’s into one of the largest, most efficient trade gateways in the country.Read More
Through an investment of $520 million (USD) the terminal has expanded to include a second basin and 350 000m2 container yard – resulting in an annual capacity of 1.75 million TEUs (Twenty Foot Equivalent Units).
The port’s position just below the southern entrance to the Suez Canal, on the Red Sea, makes it strategically located to handle cargo transiting through one of the world's busiest commercial waterways. It is located at the heart of the vitally important East-West trade route.
DP World in Sokhna is a part of DP World’s global network that spans 69 countries, made up of logistics terminals, marine services, ports and economic zones.
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- Why DP World Sokhna
Paper, wood, wood pulp, bags, rolls of steel, parts of wind turbines, transformers, steel coils, pipes, citrus, scrap; these are most of the products that can be transported in a container or simply put on a vessel.
The name says it, it breaks easily. To be able to lift General Cargo, it is often packaged on pallets, in crates or racks. A crane or forklift truck can easily load or discharge the goods.
DP World Sokhna dockworkers have considerable expertise and an outstanding reputation with this kind of work, which allowed Sokhna to grow into the leading BreakBulk port in the Red Sea.