January 14, 2015

Egytrans announced the birth of newest project EGYPROJECT Bonded Storage Services

EGYPROJECT Bonded Storage Services is a new storage yard located in Adabiya port of Suez; it is specialized in handling and storing general cargo including oversized and heavy lift equipment or packages and also containerized cargo.

The yard is well equipped with what is needed to handle your cargo and the crew carries the wide history and expertise Egytrans had gained all over the years.

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The yard’s total area is about 10,000 square meters; its ground can carry loads up-till 40 ton/m2 , supported with wide gates allowing the entrance of over dimensional packages, and organized with internal lanes to allow easy maneuvers and handling procedures.

The yard applies the international standards which maintain the highest safety, health, quality & environmental regulations and it is fully secured 24/7.

February 11, 2014

Egytrans/ETAL safely delivers 2×233 Tons Trafos by barge and trailers at Giza North Power Station

Egytrans being the pioneer in the Egyptian heavy lift and transport industry that it is; it did not shy away from taking on the large project of transporting two 233 ton transformers. The ordeal of transporting such large pieces of cargo along with additional equipment and accessories of general cargo was no easy task, but again Egytrans proved to be the company with the professionalism and eye for detail to take on this arduous task.

Loading into river barge in the Port of Alexandria

The two transformers were objects of great importance and concern to the client so it was imperative that Egytrans move forward with ample safety measures in mind. Careful planning was required when choosing the optimal transport path for the transformers. There were several bridges and canals which could not sustain the load and its reinforcement would be cost prohibitive for both Egytrans and the client. Because of this, a multi-modal concept was chosen including, barge and land based transport moving from the Alexandria port, along the Nubaria canal for 250 km to the Khatatba temporary jetty (designed and built by Egytrans) to its final unloading position in Giza North Power Station. Safety and cost efficiency were the main driving factors in choosing this decision.

The efficiency of moving the barge was thanks to careful planning, including a sound method statement, and teamwork with different governmental parties, subsidiary companies, and working partners. All paperwork and governmental arrangements were taken care of with such thoroughness that the whopping 450+ tons of cargo was offloaded in the Alexandria port in less than 24 hours saving the client any and all storage fees from the port.

233 Tons Trafos

The transport was even undertaken in the barricading period of the Nubaria canal, which means that it is the time of the lowest water levels of the year and the most difficult time to navigate barges through the canal. Egytrans again took this opportunity to showcase its astute planning and its attention to detail and safety precautions. The company collaborated with the Ministry of Irrigation and River Transport Authority to navigate the water locks system and to study the necessary water levels appropriate for maintaining the safety of the transformers and the barge in the process.

At Khatatba, Egytrans took it upon itself to build a temporary jetty to ensure the safety and route efficiency of transporting the transformers. Egytrans saw an opportunity to further develop investment opportunities by creating its own temporary jetty in Khatatba for such heavy lifts, saving both the company and any clients additional fees for using government jetties.

Unloading 233 Tons Trafo


Furthermore, a PC/CC 4200 crane was on hand with a super lift-supported lift mechanism to offload the transformers
and move them to hydraulic trailers supplied by “ETAL” (Egytrans Subsidiary Company) and to their final destination in the Giza North Power Station safely and exactly on time showcasing the professionalism and punctuality that Egytrans is proud to have.

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July 04, 2013

A two day Heavy Lifting Seminar for Egytrans in Alexandria, Egypt

Last week a two day “Heavy Lifting” Seminar was presented at Egytrans/ETAL in Alexandria, Egypt.

The full staff of Egytrans and one of its partners in Egypt, Ship & Crew Egypt, a group of 25 persons in total joined this new two Day Seminar which is mainly focused on Lifting of Heavy Lifts and the do’s and don’ts in lifting techniques.

July 04, 2013

Egytrans/ ETAL busy in wind turbine blade transports in Egypt

Egytrans/ETAL uses its brand new extendable trailers for the first time in a prestigious contract to transport 100 wind turbine blade containers from Alexandria Port to Gabal el Zeit (mountains off the Red Sea), a distance of approximately 600 Kms.

December 03, 2012

ETAL chose First to undertake the steps necessary for listing on NILEX

• Egyptian Transport and Logistics (ETAL), a subsidiary of Egyptian Transport and Commercial Services Co. (Egytrans) chose First for Financial Consultancy Co. to assist it in becoming listed on NILEX. Procedures will begin on December 1st.

September 10, 2012

ETAL contacted to buy new equipment for exceptional transport.

Mr. Hussam Leheta, EGYTRANS Chairman & CEO declared that a plan has been developed for ETAL to become one of the most important companies operating in the local market for heavy transport services and exceptional packages in addition to general cargo in the near future.

September 10, 2012

EGYTRANS consolidated profit increased 44.9% during H1

August 7, 2012

Egyptrans Transport & Commercial Services Co. (EGYTRANS) announced its consolidated financial statements for H1-12, which reflected the net profit to be EGP 10.78 million with an increase reaches 44.9%, compared to EGP 7.441 million for the same period during 2011.

September 10, 2012

EGYTRAN profit increased to be 10.7 million pounds

August 5, 2012
Egyptian Transport & Commercial Services Co. (EGYTRANS) announced the unaudited consolidated financial statements for the period ending in June 30th, 2012, reflecting a net profit of EGP10.78 million, compared to EGP 7.441 million for the same period during 2011 with an increase of 44.8%, while the separate financial results reflected net profit of EGP9.509 million, compared to EGP 6.831 million for the same period during 2011 with an increase of 39.2%

Source: youm7.com

September 10, 2012

EGYTRANS license is reactivated in Port Said Free Zone for 3 years

July 18, 2012

Mohamed Sanaa, Investor Relations Manager at Egyptian Transport & Commercial Services Co. (EGYTRANS) said that the EGYTRANS vehicle Storage license is reactivated in Port Said Free Zone for 3 years with a number of other companies begin to work again in the same zone.
Mr. Sanaa added that the operations in the free zone based on customs clearance, and thus there will be no need to buy new equipment as all the work requirements are available since the decision issued by the General Free Zone Investment Authority in 2009.

September 10, 2012

The Free Zone approved the recommencement of EGYTRANS vehicle Storage activity in Port Said

July 16, 2012
Egyptian Transport & Commercial Services Co. (EGYTRANS) announced that the vehicle Storage activity in its project in Port Said Free Zones will resume this week.