Governmental Affairs & Public Relations Director, Suez Canal Container Terminal (SCCT) – Hany ElNady, expressed his pride with SCCT’s participation in the 4th edition of TransMEA 2021, the Smart Transport, Logistics & Traffic Fair. SCCT is the golden sponsor of the outstanding event which will be held on 7-10 November, in the presence of H.E. President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi and H.E. Kamel El Wazir, Minister of Transport.
ElNady stated: “Honoring its commitment to supporting development nationwide, Suez Canal Container Terminal strives to reinforce its strategic partnerships with various governmental entities, including the Ministry of Transport and Maritime Transport sector. As the golden sponsor of TransMEA 2021, we complement our continuous contributions to upgrading the Egyptian ports and container terminals. Through flourishing with East Port Said Port’s competencies to become the leading transshipment hub in the Eastern & Southern Mediterranean countries, implementing cutting-edge solutions, and embracing eco-friendly technology, SCCT emphasizes Egypt’s prominence in the shipping industry”.
He added: “Chairman & Managing Director – Suez Canal Container Terminal (SCCT), Mr. Steven Yoogalingam, will deliver a talk in the forum’s opening session. Furthermore, SCCT’s Chief Commercial Officer, Mr. Sunay Mukerjee, will take part in the panel discussion “Smart & Sustainable Ports & Terminals” among officials & leaders of the maritime transport sector, mulling the future of transport and logistics technology. SCCT is keen on highlighting its witnessed achievements as Egypt’s gateway to the world, to continue its pivotal role in supporting the national economy towards Egypt vision 2030.”
About Suez Canal Container Terminal (SCCT):
Suez Canal Container Terminal (SCCT) is the main operator and sole container handling terminal in East Port Said Port; regarded as a world-class terminal among the Suez Canal ports. SCCT is a subsidiary of the Danish shipping giant Maersk; where APM Terminals, one of Maersk’s arms, owns the largest share of 55% and manages production operations. COSCO Pacific holds 20%, The Suez Canal Authority holds 10.3%, The National Bank of Egypt holds 5%, while the Egyptian private sector holds 9.7%.