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226 thousand tons of wheat are the stock of silos in the public and private sectors in Damietta Port

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During the past 24 hours, Damietta Port received 28 general cargo ships.

The authority estimated the total shipments of wheat and grain stored in the silos of the public and private sectors in the port at about 226 thousand tons, as the balance of the grain and grain silo for the public sector in the port reached about 51 thousand tons, while the balance of wheat in the warehouses of the private sector reached 175 thousand tons, while the circulation of trucks reached 4349 trucks.

 

Damietta Port Authority said in a statement today, Monday, that the export movement included about 12 thousand tons of general cargo, including: 2000 tons of phosphate, 5 thousand tons of sand, 3400 tons of urea, 1265 tons of gypsum board, 284 tons of ethanol and 300 tons of packed ammonium nitrate.

 

The import movement of general cargo amounted to 29,000 tons, including: 2937 tons of corn, 12307 tons of wheat, 2,400 tons of edible oil, 380 tons of beech wood, 1187 tons of plywood, 2,362 tons of bottled soda, 3327 tons of tin, and 4158 tons of iron.

 

While the total export movement from containers reached 1018 TEUs, which include vegetables (potatoes, beans, carrots, and frozen mixed vegetables), agricultural crops (marjoram, basil, fennel, caraway, pumpkin, olives, onions and garlic) and fruits (strawberries and oranges) that are exported to each of the Emirates, Jordan, Saudi Arabia, Malta, America, Belgium and Malaysia. Singapore, Italy, England, Russia, Slovenia, Bangladesh, Croatia, Germany, China, India and the Netherlands.

While the number of imported containers reached 506 TEUs, and the number of transit containers reached 3549 TEUs.
 

 

The article 226 thousand tons of wheat, the stock of silos in the public and private sectors in Damietta Port, was written in the Al-Borsa newspaper

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