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The Egypt Transport Infrastructure Monitor provides detailed, up-to-date and original industry information on the rail, metro, ports, shipping, aviation, logistics, roads and water markets.

It is designed to help companies and other organisations identify business opportunities, track the progress of specific projects, find partners or suppliers, conduct market research and follow developments in the industry. 

Four main content types are included in the platform:

News. Our news section is updated daily and forms the core of our Daily Brief email to subscribers. We produce content using original research and interviews, as well as through monitoring and reviewing dozens of local and international sources in Arabic and English.

Companies. Our company database contains profiles of local and international firms operating in Egypt's transport infrastructure sectors. Information includes details on activities, management, background, key contacts, financials and more.

Projects. Our unique project tracker provides in-depth profiles of in-planning or under-construction projects, spanning new rail and metro lines, port upgrades, airport terminals, roads, water and wastewater plants, dry ports and more. Information includes details on capacity, current status, contractors, suppliers, consultants, location, cost, lenders/investors, and estimated completion date. All profiles are updated regularly to reflect the very latest information available.

Resources. Our resources library includes a range of transport data, plus other useful documents and reports for business readers.

All our content is researched and produced by a team of local and international staff in our Cairo office. We also offer customised research services for clients seeking detailed reports on specific segments of the market.

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Access to content is available through either a Basic or Premium Subscription.

For more details on prices and options, or to request free trial access, please visit our Subscribe section, or contact:

Ahmed Atta     |     |    +20 (0)100 992 8952

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