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Thursday, 25 August 2022

Adly Mansour transit hub now has an electric bus charging station

Elsewedy launches electric bus charging at the Adly Mansour transit hub: Elsewedy Transport & Distribution has started operating electric bus charging facilities at Adly Mansour station, it said in a statement (pdf) yesterday. The transit hub connects five different modes of transport: Cairo Metro Line 3, the newly-launched light railway, a railway station, SuperJet bus station, and the under-construction Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) system.

Elsewedy T&D is also working on the electric bus charging station in Sharm El Sheikh as part of preparations for the COP 27 summit in November.

Aswan could get a massive EGP 20 bn fertilizer industrial complex: Aswan Governor Ashraf Attia presented a EGP 20 bn project to build the governorate’s largest fertilizer industrial complex during a meeting with Singaporean firm IVL Dhunseri Polyester and the heads of Misr Phosphate, according to a statement.

US-based, MENA-focused developer Global Ventures (not the VC outfit by the same name) wants to attract a number of Chicago real estate investors to help develop a series of residential, administrative and commercial projects in the new capital, New Alamein and other new cities, Al Mal reports. Global Ventures is part of the US-UAE consortium in charge of the Mogamma redevelopment project.

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