The most important news and events

“As part of the mutual cooperation and integration between maritime transportation companies, BPT Company carried out the demolition works for the warehouse of the Suez Shipping and Unloading Company located in Adabiya waters, Berth No. 5.”

Date: February 21, 2024

At the beginning of his visit to Tanzania, General Engineer Kamel Al-Wazir, the Minister of Transportation, met with officials from the Tanzanian Trade Authority (TAN TRADE). During the meeting, the minister discussed with government officials, the private sector, and representatives from the Tanzanian Industries Union ways to enhance trade between the two countries and increase cooperation between Egyptian and Tanzanian ports. Everyone emphasized the necessity of increasing the current level of cooperation to align with the strength and depth of Egyptian-Tanzanian relations.

Date: February 20, 2024

As part of the cooperation with Alexandria Petrochemicals Company, their iron supplies were

provided, including:

1- Ribbed carbon steel wire mesh.

2- Carbon steel beam mesh.

3- Carbon steel angle mesh.

4- Carbon steel angle mesh, steel.

The Egyptian Company for Supplies & CONTRACTING CO. has acquired, through the auction held by the National Authority for Railways in Egypt, a total of 2 lots consisting of:

(Various scrap, scrap metals) through an auction session at a value of 26,311,935 Egyptian Pounds, inclusive of Value Added Tax (VAT).

Date: January 17, 2024.

Major General Osama Rabie, the head of the Suez Canal Authority, witnessed the signing ceremony of a contract for waste management and service provision between the company Antipollution Egypt, one of the companies affiliated with the Suez Canal Authority, the Red Sea Ports Authority, and the Egyptian Company for Supplies and Maritime Works, a subsidiary of the Ministry of Transportation. The ceremony took place in the presence of Major General Reda Ismail, the head of the maritime transport sector, and several leaders of the authority, at the headquarters of the authority in the Guidance Building in the Ismailia Governorate. The contract was signed by Major General Mohamed Abdel Rahim Hameed, the head of the General Authority for Red Sea Ports, Major General Mohamed Suleiman Barakat El Gamal, the head of the Egyptian Company for Supplies and Maritime Works, and Viron Vassiliadis, the Chairman of the Board of Antipollution Egypt.

Purchasing 50 tons of scrap for the Alexandria Port Authority (consisting of 3 containers + a jar + scrap iron)

On Sunday, November 5, 2023, the activities of the TransMEA 2023 Smart Transport and Logistics Exhibition and Conference, one of the five largest exhibitions specialized in this field in the world, will begin in Cairo, including an event that is the first of its kind in the region and the second on the international level after Germany, which is allocating an open arena to the public. Visitors get to know nature and directly learn about the latest means of light and heavy transportation that have recently been developed by giant international companies.

The company replaced and developed navigational aids – Suez branches with the Egyptian Maritime Safety Authority.

The company replaced and developed navigational aids – Suez branches with the Egyptian Maritime Safety Authority.

The company replaced and developed navigational aids – Suez branches with the Egyptian Maritime Safety Authority.

A tripartite cooperation contract for solid waste management was concluded with the Suez Canal Authority, the Red Sea Ports Authority, and the Egyptian Company for Marine Supplies and Works.

The company developed, replaced and renovated the hull by 95% of the water tanker Isis for coastal work.

Cooperating with battery companies to provide the needs of companies affiliated with the Ministry of Transport and the Holding Company for Maritime and Land Transport:

 

  1. Contracting with chloride for batteries.

  2. Contracting with Eagle for batteries.

  3. Contracting with Ghatati Battery Company.

  4. Contracting with Qaha for batteries.

Cooperating with tire companies to provide the needs of companies affiliated with the Ministry of Transport and the Holding Company for Maritime and Land Transport:


1- Contracting with Bermiton Tires.
2- Contracting with Temco Tires
3- Contracting with Ghatati Tire Company.

Cooperating with oil companies to provide the needs of companies affiliated with the Ministry of Transport and the Holding Company for Maritime and Land Transport:

 

1- Misr Petroleum Company
2- Exxon Mobil Company
3- Emirates Company
4- Eni Company

  1. Contracting with the National Metro Authority.

  2. Contracting with the National Railway Authority of Egypt.

  3. Dealing with the General Authority for Roads and Bridges

    Dealing with Al-Abd Company.

  4. Dealing in the field of scrap with the Nile General Company for Desert Roads

  5. Cooperation with Ghazl El Mahalla Company in the field of scrap and demolition

  6. Cooperation with P.L.S Company, affiliated with the Ministry of Petroleum, in the demolition work

  1. Cooperation with the National Navigation Company in the field of ship supply

  2. Cooperation with the Arab Bridge Company in the field of ship bunkering.

  3. Dealing with all port authorities in marine supplies and works.

  4. Cooperation with Alexandria Mineral Oil Company (AMOC), affiliated with the Ministry of Petroleum, in the field of supplies.

  5. Cooperation with Alexandria Petroleum Company, affiliated with the Ministry of Petroleum, in the field of supplies.

Cooperating with battery companies to provide the needs of companies affiliated with the Ministry of Transport and the Holding Company for Maritime and Land Transport:

 

  1. Contracting with chloride for batteries.

  2. Contracting with Eagle for batteries.

  3. Contracting with Ghatati Battery Company.

  4. Contracting with Qaha for batteries.