Agility has signed a memorandum of understanding to manage logistics at Carbon Holdings’ industrial facilities in Egypt, including construction of the new Tahrir Petrochemicals Complex (TPC).
Agility will work with Carbon Holdings, a midstream and downstream petrochemical and process industrial plant company, to transport plastic byproducts within Egypt and to customers abroad. Agility will also handle the distribution of chemical compounds, including low-density ammonium nitrate inside Egypt and the onward distribution to container ports for Carbon Holdings’ Egypt Hydrocarbon Corporation (EHC) business.
The 5 million m2 TPC is expected to be the largest single-train naphtha cracker in the world and will be strategically located in the Suez Canal Economic Zone in Ain Sokhna, Egypt. During construction, Agility will collaborate with Carbon Holdings to optimise heavy lift operations for the project, including in-bound movement of containers, storage and equipment for construction.
Read the article online at: https://www.hydrocarbonengineering.com/petrochemicals/23012019/agility-to-manage-logistics-for-carbon-holdings/
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