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Egyptian private firm Carbon Holdings has signed 48 agreements and contracts to officially launch the long-planned Tahrir petrochemicals project, to be built in the Suez Canal Economic Zone at Ain Sukhna at an estimated cost of $10.9bn.
Among the key deals were engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) contracts with Germany’s Linde, US firm Bechtel, Dutch firm Archirodon, Italy’s Tecnimont, Egypt’s Hassan Allam and Athens-based Consolidated Contractors, and land and port agreements with the Red Sea Port Authority.
Carbon Holdings chairman and CEO Basil El-Baz says “we have just made crucial progress towards the establishment of Tahrir Petrochemicals Corporation (TPC) as the centerpiece of a new, global-caliber manufacturing hub… TPC will both drive industrial development and lead export growth.” (CONTINUED - 917 WORDS)
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