• Businesses For Sale In Port Said Egypt .wmv

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    published: 28 Jul 2016
  • Portsaid University Electerical Engineering Fun day 2015

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    published: 17 Mar 2016
  • IntelliCities interviews Ahmed el Mofty, Commercial Director at the East Port Said Development Co

    We interviewed Mr. Ahmed el Mofty, Commercial Director at the East Port Said Development Company, who represented his company in ICEC 2016 – Intelligent Cities Exhibition & Conference, on 29th September 2016, in Fairmont Heliopolis, Cairo. Mr. El Mofty specified: “East Port Said Industrial Zone is part of a group of development companies called the Industrial Development Group (IDG), and this is its second project in Egypt; its first project was the Engineering Square which was located in the 6th October city on an area of 3.1 million m2. The East Port Said Project is 5 times the size of the Engineering Square, and it is located in East Port Said in a special economic zone in an area of 16 million m2”. East Port Said Development (EPD) is the developer and promoter for the new industrial ...

    published: 24 Oct 2016
  • prince charles & port meadow

    Feb 5th - demonstrating at the Said School against Oxford University's Port Meadow flats

    published: 24 Feb 2013
  • Smuggling and economic woes ravage Port Said trade

    (2 Aug 2016) LEAD IN: Once a thriving commercial hub, Port Said has taken a sharp economic hit in recent years and some retailers say their shops are struggling to survive. A spike in smuggling is a key driver of the crisis. STORY-LINE: There is not a customer in sight in many of the shops and stalls in this market area of Port Said. Clothes sellers like Mohamed Yousef have seen prices skyrocket in recent years. "Port Said is facing a very hard time. Back in the old times, I used to buy a bale (of clothes) for 500 EGP (around 56 US dollars). Now I buy one for 4,000 EGP (350 US dollars)," Yousef says. He says his industry has been distorted by "top traders", who "have created a business of their own." "They buy all the bales and send them outside the city to other governorates," ...

    published: 17 Nov 2016
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    published: 22 May 2017
  • Port Said American Graduates 2011 -Unofficial.mp4

    Seniors 2011, Port Said American School, Zamalek - Memories Song: Till the Day we Meet Again by Clan Glabraith

    published: 21 Jun 2011
  • Port Said makes second home for Syrian refugees

    On the 21th of January, 620 Syrian refugees arrived in Port Said after a long boat trip of about 30 hours. Those new comers are part of the 300 000 Syrian refugees in Egypt that escape the shelling and the bad condition of life during the war. In Port Said and Port Fuad, the Syrians get help from a business men organization. They told Egypt Independent how they were welcomed in Egypt and how they organized their travel from Turkey. This video is linked with the article "Into the fold" of Egypt Independent Print published on the 7th of February 2013. Directed by: Lindsey Parietti and Virginie Nguyen Videography by: Mayada Wadnomiry Translation by: Dina Zafer

    published: 11 Feb 2013
  • Port Said GEW.mov

    The USAID funded project "Egypt's Competitiveness Program-ECP" and Global Entrepreneurship Program, in cooperation with the Port Said SMEs provided a set of events to promote the culture of entrepreneurship within Port Said University Students. USAID-ECP funded project provided mentoring, guidance to students to encourage their creativity and help them start their own businesses, and create jobs.

    published: 04 Apr 2012
  • Port Delays And Influence On Business

    Feature: The outrageous expenses incurred by importers in clearing goods at the ports and the number of days spent to clear such goods, have been cited as a major contributor to the high cost of doing business in the country. Speaking to GTV News, the President of the Ghana Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Mr. Seth Adjei Baah, said the delays and cost involved have been a disincentive for entrepreneurs and investors who wish to invest in the country.

    published: 11 Jun 2013
  • Police 'not welcome' in Egypt's Port Said

    Residents of Port Said, plagued by deadly clashes between protesters and security forces, say they want the reviled police force out of their canal city and the army to take control. Duration: 00:57.

    published: 06 Mar 2013
  • Port of Long Beach CEO Says Worker Contract Deadlock a 'Difficult Time'

    Negotiations between the West Coast port workers' unions and their employer have been going since May of 2014 and Port of Long Beach CEO Jon Slangerup says both sides are very close to coming to a new long-term contract. Slangerup said on Wednesday that an agreement between the two sides 'could come any day now.' Once a new contract is signed, business will likely get back to normal in four to six weeks. One of the biggest issues at the Port of Long Beach has been congestion and Slangerup said some port business has been diverted to other ports in Mexico in Canada but he hopes a $4 billion investment at Long Beach will help the port win more business. 'The expansion will bring a substantial amount of new business. It will be the most efficient port ever built...the name of the game is spee...

    published: 11 Feb 2015
  • New international export at Port MacKenzie

    A new international export moving across the docks at Port MacKenzie is drawing the interest of global buyers from Japan and South Korea. A ship, flagged from Singapore, has been at Port MacKenzie since last Thursday, (Nov.8) loading some 8,000 tons of scrap steel, bound for South Korea. Two gold dredges from Fairbanks, a local barge, and 11, 200-300-ton fishing boats from Seward were cut up previously and loaded among the cargo. The effort is a test shipment to see if Alaska can export the product directly to South Korea. Presently scrap exports go straight to Seattle. By exporting directly from Alaska to Asia the shipping time is reduced by some 10 days, reducing transport costs. Working on the effort nearly 2.5 years, Syed Hussain is a managing partner of Tri Metal International L...

    published: 15 Nov 2012
  • Dock workers react to possible ports' takeover by UAE company

    1. Wide pan of ship docked at Port of Baltimore 2. Various shots of ship docked at port 3. SOUNDBITE: (English) Samuel Thomas, Dock worker: "None of the longshoremen like it. We feel that there should be companies from out of this country taking over this port, taking over our port, because you have got enough companies (in the United States)." 4. Various shots of crews working on docked ship 5. SOUNDBITE: (English) Terry Nablett, Dock worker: "I ain't going to say it's a good idea, but that is business. A lot of people thinking they are going to take over the whole port, we've got dozen of companies down there, they are just taking over one company. They are taking over P&O ports and that is only one fraction of the waterfront, that's not the whole waterfront. So they are not taking...

    published: 30 Jul 2015
  • Collision between Colombo Express and Maersk Tanjong off Suez Canal

    The 324-metre container vessel Colombo Express collided with the 332-metre container vessel Maersk Tanjong in the Suez Canal off Port Said. The accident occurred on September 29 at 5:33 UTC.

    published: 29 Sep 2014
Businesses For Sale In Port Said Egypt                      .wmv

Businesses For Sale In Port Said Egypt .wmv

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Portsaid University Electerical Engineering Fun day 2015

Portsaid University Electerical Engineering Fun day 2015

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Our Event For this Year https://www.facebook.com/events/1708846082693465/
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IntelliCities interviews Ahmed el Mofty, Commercial Director at the East Port Said Development Co

IntelliCities interviews Ahmed el Mofty, Commercial Director at the East Port Said Development Co

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We interviewed Mr. Ahmed el Mofty, Commercial Director at the East Port Said Development Company, who represented his company in ICEC 2016 – Intelligent Cities Exhibition & Conference, on 29th September 2016, in Fairmont Heliopolis, Cairo. Mr. El Mofty specified: “East Port Said Industrial Zone is part of a group of development companies called the Industrial Development Group (IDG), and this is its second project in Egypt; its first project was the Engineering Square which was located in the 6th October city on an area of 3.1 million m2. The East Port Said Project is 5 times the size of the Engineering Square, and it is located in East Port Said in a special economic zone in an area of 16 million m2”. East Port Said Development (EPD) is the developer and promoter for the new industrial area in East Port Said Special Economic Zone, at the northern end of the Suez Canal. The company has been established by the Industrial Development Group (IDG), the National Service Project Organization (NSPO) and SAMCRETE. The shareholders have vast experience in industrial development and contracting fields; IDG owns and operates one of the most successful industrial parks in Egypt, namely e2. Located in 6th of October city, Industrial Zone, e2 offers a unique formula of state‐of the‐art infrastructure, sophisticated facility management, and a full range of exceptional business and community services designed to attract new businesses. East Port Said Industrial Zone is available for a wide range of industrial uses, involving Automobile Assembly Parts, Construction and Building Material, Chemical, Processing & Packaging, Engineering and Building Products, Agri-Business and Food Processing, Textile and Ready-made Garments, Home Appliances and Electronics, Pharmaceuticals, ICT and General Industries. East Port Said Industrial Zone facilities and services include the following: • One-stop Investor Services Center: supports requirements of investors during project conceptualization, set-up, construction, and operation; fast tracking of government approvals and licenses, in-house foreign labor services, including the fast and efficient processing of visas • Business Infrastructure: Bank, business center, courier, post office, Pascale scale, trucks parking areas, clearing, forwarding, and shipping agents • Administrative Infrastructure: Customs office, in-house security, fire station, public transport, medical center, cleaning services • Support and quality of life: Restaurant and canteen, investors club, recreation center, sport complex, hotel, training academy • Research and development institutions: an educated workforce and trade facilitation programs • World-class telecommunications options: such as full telephone and fiber optic/internet connectivity • Utilities: (water, power, gas, industrial sewage network, firefighting network) • Internal road network 40m width
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prince charles & port meadow

prince charles & port meadow

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Feb 5th - demonstrating at the Said School against Oxford University's Port Meadow flats
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Smuggling and economic woes ravage Port Said trade

Smuggling and economic woes ravage Port Said trade

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(2 Aug 2016) LEAD IN: Once a thriving commercial hub, Port Said has taken a sharp economic hit in recent years and some retailers say their shops are struggling to survive. A spike in smuggling is a key driver of the crisis. STORY-LINE: There is not a customer in sight in many of the shops and stalls in this market area of Port Said. Clothes sellers like Mohamed Yousef have seen prices skyrocket in recent years. "Port Said is facing a very hard time. Back in the old times, I used to buy a bale (of clothes) for 500 EGP (around 56 US dollars). Now I buy one for 4,000 EGP (350 US dollars)," Yousef says. He says his industry has been distorted by "top traders", who "have created a business of their own." "They buy all the bales and send them outside the city to other governorates," he says. Cafe owner Ahmed Mokhtar describes the once thriving city as a dead zone. "No people, no work, no trips and no visitors. It is supposed to be a tourist hub, but no visitors come here anymore," he says. Smuggling has played a key role in Port Said's economic woes. It has "ruined everything," says shoe shop owner Mohamed Ahmed. "Goods come to Port Said and are then smuggled on. The traders and sellers who have shops here can't earn anything." Former Egyptian MP Elbadry Farghaly goes further complains that the city has now become renowned for smuggling. "Actually, Port Said is not suffering from stagnation," he says. "Rather, it is under siege. Five years ago, Port Said became an economically besieged city. Shops are closed, the streets are empty and it is now accused of being the city of smuggling." Farghaly blames the Egyptian government for failing to address Port Said's problems. "If no one moves to solve the Port Said crisis and the siege continues the economic crisis in the whole country will not be solved," he believes. The Egyptian economy as a whole has been struggling during the years of political unrest since the overthrow of longtime leader Hosni Mubarak in 2011. Foreign investment and tourism have suffered. Car parts importer Alaa El Hmamy says the the country's economic problems are taking a toll on Port Said, adding that the exchange rate and "unjustified customs fees" make trade in the city even harder. Port Said is one of Egypt's free zones - a designation that is intended to provide a favourable tax regime to stimulate economic activity. But some say that the business environment in the city is worse than it has been for decades. "Economic stagnation is at all levels," says car parts trader Mohamed Elmiligy. "In general, Port Said is not like before," he adds. "No people are walking in streets. The new customs and free zone system has made the economic situation worse." You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/a0073a8a455c54eac4aad3e93711e756 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Port Said American Graduates 2011 -Unofficial.mp4

Port Said American Graduates 2011 -Unofficial.mp4

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Port Said makes second home for Syrian refugees

Port Said makes second home for Syrian refugees

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On the 21th of January, 620 Syrian refugees arrived in Port Said after a long boat trip of about 30 hours. Those new comers are part of the 300 000 Syrian refugees in Egypt that escape the shelling and the bad condition of life during the war. In Port Said and Port Fuad, the Syrians get help from a business men organization. They told Egypt Independent how they were welcomed in Egypt and how they organized their travel from Turkey. This video is linked with the article "Into the fold" of Egypt Independent Print published on the 7th of February 2013. Directed by: Lindsey Parietti and Virginie Nguyen Videography by: Mayada Wadnomiry Translation by: Dina Zafer
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Port Said GEW.mov

Port Said GEW.mov

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The USAID funded project "Egypt's Competitiveness Program-ECP" and Global Entrepreneurship Program, in cooperation with the Port Said SMEs provided a set of events to promote the culture of entrepreneurship within Port Said University Students. USAID-ECP funded project provided mentoring, guidance to students to encourage their creativity and help them start their own businesses, and create jobs.
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Port Delays And Influence On Business

Port Delays And Influence On Business

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Feature: The outrageous expenses incurred by importers in clearing goods at the ports and the number of days spent to clear such goods, have been cited as a major contributor to the high cost of doing business in the country. Speaking to GTV News, the President of the Ghana Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Mr. Seth Adjei Baah, said the delays and cost involved have been a disincentive for entrepreneurs and investors who wish to invest in the country.
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Police 'not welcome' in Egypt's Port Said

Police 'not welcome' in Egypt's Port Said

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Residents of Port Said, plagued by deadly clashes between protesters and security forces, say they want the reviled police force out of their canal city and the army to take control. Duration: 00:57.
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Port of Long Beach CEO Says Worker Contract Deadlock a 'Difficult Time'

Port of Long Beach CEO Says Worker Contract Deadlock a 'Difficult Time'

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Negotiations between the West Coast port workers' unions and their employer have been going since May of 2014 and Port of Long Beach CEO Jon Slangerup says both sides are very close to coming to a new long-term contract. Slangerup said on Wednesday that an agreement between the two sides 'could come any day now.' Once a new contract is signed, business will likely get back to normal in four to six weeks. One of the biggest issues at the Port of Long Beach has been congestion and Slangerup said some port business has been diverted to other ports in Mexico in Canada but he hopes a $4 billion investment at Long Beach will help the port win more business. 'The expansion will bring a substantial amount of new business. It will be the most efficient port ever built...the name of the game is speed to market and everything we’re doing. TheStreet's Ruben Ramirez has details from New York. Subscribe to TheStreetTV on YouTube: http://t.st/TheStreetTV For more content from TheStreet visit: http://thestreet.com Check out all our videos: http://youtube.com/user/TheStreetTV Follow TheStreet on Twitter: http://twitter.com/thestreet Like TheStreet on Facebook: http://facebook.com/TheStreet Follow TheStreet on LinkedIn: http://linkedin.com/company/theStreet Follow TheStreet on Google+: http://plus.google.com/+TheStreet
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New international export at Port MacKenzie

New international export at Port MacKenzie

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A new international export moving across the docks at Port MacKenzie is drawing the interest of global buyers from Japan and South Korea. A ship, flagged from Singapore, has been at Port MacKenzie since last Thursday, (Nov.8) loading some 8,000 tons of scrap steel, bound for South Korea. Two gold dredges from Fairbanks, a local barge, and 11, 200-300-ton fishing boats from Seward were cut up previously and loaded among the cargo. The effort is a test shipment to see if Alaska can export the product directly to South Korea. Presently scrap exports go straight to Seattle. By exporting directly from Alaska to Asia the shipping time is reduced by some 10 days, reducing transport costs. Working on the effort nearly 2.5 years, Syed Hussain is a managing partner of Tri Metal International LLC. Two international buyers of scrap metal for Japan and South Korea traveled to Port MacKenzie Saturday to observe the loading effort, and were very pleased, Hussain said. Breaking into the global competition has had its hurdles, he said. He said he is losing money on this shipment just to prove to the scrap industry that it can be done. The global buyers visiting the dock Saturday include: Masaharu Takahashi, President of Takahashi Co-Limited from Japan. Takahasi has been in the scrap business for 40 years and recently formed a new company. Adeel Ko Ansari, Chief Operating Officer, of Shin Chuo KK, Japan, a Japanese used-vehicle trading company. Ricky Kim, Manager Kolon Global Corporation Co., Ltd, of Gyeonggi-do, South Korea, a heavy and civil engineering construction firm with some 1,363 employees, Six months ago a representative visited the scrap yard from Marubeni, Corporation, of Tokyo, Japan, one of the largest general trading companies in Japan, Hussein said. He projects exporting 50,000 to 100,000 metric tons of scrap metal a year through Port MacKenzie. His company has been working with Prudhoe Bay contractors for removal of steel from the North Slope, as well as the removal of a derelict tank farm in Fairbanks. The company is also pursuing abandoned mining equipment and machinery via the Bureau of Land Management. The ship is called Billesborg, a vessel with two cranes capable of 100-ton lifts each. The bright red ship was built recently in 2011 in China. Ice presented no problems for the 450-foot ship tied up at the deep draft dock as crews worked round the clock. "The ice of Cook Inlet presents some challenge to the efficiency at Port MacKenzie but absolutely no challenge to the operation of the Port," said Emerson Krueger, Acting Facility Security Officer with the Borough. Krueger said the dockage and wharfage fees generated for the Borough amount to some $30,000. A few dozen local jobs were created. The ship is expected to leave tonight, Nov. 15, and head to South Korea. For more information call Public Affairs Director Patty Sullivan 745-9577 or email psullivan@matsugov.us Video and photos by Patty Sullivan/MSB. Video production by Stefan Hinman, Media Design Specialist. -end-
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Dock workers react to possible ports' takeover by UAE company

Dock workers react to possible ports' takeover by UAE company

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1. Wide pan of ship docked at Port of Baltimore 2. Various shots of ship docked at port 3. SOUNDBITE: (English) Samuel Thomas, Dock worker: "None of the longshoremen like it. We feel that there should be companies from out of this country taking over this port, taking over our port, because you have got enough companies (in the United States)." 4. Various shots of crews working on docked ship 5. SOUNDBITE: (English) Terry Nablett, Dock worker: "I ain't going to say it's a good idea, but that is business. A lot of people thinking they are going to take over the whole port, we've got dozen of companies down there, they are just taking over one company. They are taking over P&O ports and that is only one fraction of the waterfront, that's not the whole waterfront. So they are not taking over the whole waterfront." 6. SOUNDBITE: (English) Mike Spurgen, Vox Pop: "Well I think its scary, to sell our borders and our land to foreign countries, it's outrageous, I don't know where he is coming from, the President, on this, but it's a nervous time." 7. Various shots of crews working on dock 8. SOUNDBITE: (English) Terry Nablett, Dock worker: "Well you kind of wonder who they got in charge of ships, what they are going to send, who is going to check it once it comes through, it is a concern. But I think customs will do the right thing as far checking every box that they need to, from origin of what country it comes from. So I wouldn't be that concerned, but it just makes you wonder. A lot of people are looking that being a Middle East company, they wonder if it's a good thing." 9. Various shots of dock workers 10. Wide shot of dock equipment 11. Homeland Security shield on dock equipment 12. Various shots of shipping containers 13. Wide shot of ship docked at port STORYLINE: A state-owned company in the United Arab Emirates volunteered late on Thursday to delay part of its $6.8 billion US dollar takeover of most operations at six US ports. The surprise announcement relieves some pressure from a standoff between President George W Bush and Congress, which had threatened to try to block the deal over concerns about the UAE's purported ties to terrorism. Under the offer coordinated with the White House, Dubai Ports World said it will agree not to exercise control or influence the management over US ports pending further talks with the Bush administration and Congress. It did not indicate how long it will wait for these discussions to take place. The company said it will move forward with other parts of the deal affecting the rest of the world. Speaking before news of the delay was made public, workers at one of the six ports involved expressed their concerns about the deal. Crews at the Port of Baltimore said on Thursday they couldn't understand why the government had agreed to go overseas. "None of the longshoremen like it. We feel that there shouldn't be companies out of this country taking over this port," said dock worker Samuel Thomas. "You have got enough companies right here in the United States." Others, such as Terry Nablett, said he "would not be that concerned" about security. "That is business, lot of people (are) thinking they are going to take over the whole port, we've got dozen of companies down there, they are just taking over one company," he said. The deal puts United Arab Emirates company, Dubai Ports, in charge of major terminal operations in New York, New Jersey, Baltimore, New Orleans, Miami and Philadelphia. The White House acknowledged earlier this week that US President George W. Bush was unaware of the pending sale until the deal had been already approved by his administration. The US government chose not to impose other routine restrictions. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/5ca5726ecda95da952411dd68f511a28 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Collision between Colombo Express and Maersk Tanjong off Suez Canal

Collision between Colombo Express and Maersk Tanjong off Suez Canal

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The 324-metre container vessel Colombo Express collided with the 332-metre container vessel Maersk Tanjong in the Suez Canal off Port Said. The accident occurred on September 29 at 5:33 UTC.
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