Egypt's Holding Company for Food Industries to build four factories

The factories will be built over areas not less than 100,000 square metres (sqm) over a period of three years

  
A truck drives in front of factory chimneys on the outskirts of Cairo, Egypt October 30, 2018.

A truck drives in front of factory chimneys on the outskirts of Cairo, Egypt October 30, 2018.

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Cairo – The Egyptian Minister of Supply and Internal Trade, Ali El-Moselhy, has inaugurated the food development and safety centre affiliated to the Holding Company for Food Industries in Qaha City.

The centre, developed over 3,600 metres at a cost of EGP 90 million, is the first regional centre covering 27 governorates, El-Moselhy added in a statement on Monday.

On the sidelines of the inauguration, Chairman of Holding Company for Food Industries, Ahmed Hassanein, revealed a plan to build four factories at an initial cost of EGP 7 billion, including three oil factories in Borg El-Arab, Delta, and Sohag and a detergent factory in El-Amriya, according to the Middle East News Agency (MENA).

The factories will be built over areas not less than 100,000 square metres (sqm) over a period of three years, Hassanein added.

Source: Mubasher

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