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Wednesday, 1 April 2020

Your top 5 infrastructure stories of the week

Your top 5 infrastructure news of the week:

  • The Cairo Airport Company has launched a EGP 1 bn tender for local companies to renovate the airport’s Terminal 2 over five years.
  • The Transport Ministry has received bids from three international consortiums to build the second container terminal at Damietta Port in a project worth USD 300 mn.
  • Cairo Metro’s three lines are getting five extra trains during rush hour in a bid to ease overcrowding.
  • Four international companies withdrew their bids to build signal boxes for the Giza-Beni Suef railway line after the National Railway Authority refused to extend the tender by three months due to the covid-19 outbreak.
  • Elsewedy Electric signed an agreement with Swiss-Swedish power company ABB Group to help it expand the Toshka 2 substation.

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