Egypt establishes two logistics zones along Sudan border

Egypt announced, on Thursday, the establishment of two logistics zones to address the truck congestion at the Arqin and Qustul land crossings with Sudan, Anadolu Agency reports. “Based on coordination between the Egyptian Transport Ministry and Aswan province, two mini-logistics zones were implemented in Wadi Karkar and the city of Abu Simbel to process Egyptian vehicles heading to Sudan,” said the Egyptian General Authority for Land and Dry Ports, affiliated with the Ministry of Transport. The Authority said in a statement that the “slow” completion of procedures at corresponding Sudanese crossings leads to the congestion at the Arqin and Qustul land crossings. The overcrowding is also caused by the mismatch in working hours, as Egyptian ports operate 24 hours a […] Source

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