Suez Canal Economic Zone

The Suez Canal Economic Zone (SCZone)
Suez Canal Economic Zone was established under Law No.330/2015. The Suez Canal Economic Zone (SCZone) is a world-class zone and trade hub along the banks of the newly-expanded Suez Canal. It was the first economic zone of a special nature to be established in Egypt, according to Law No. 83/2002 and its amendments. It is strategically located on the main trade route between Europe and Asia, more than eight percent of global trade passes through every year. Spanning 461 km², almost two-thirds the size of Singapore, the SCZone consists of two integrated areas, two development areas, and four ports.

The two integrated areas are Ain Sokhna including Ain Sokhna Port and East Port Said with East Port Said Port. The two development areas are Qantara West and East Ismailia. The four ports are West Port Said Port, Adabiya Port, Al Tor Port, and Al Arish Port.

For further information please see the presentation: SCZone Presentation

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