Industry, Logistics & Shipping

NMDC unveils energy, dredging projects expertise at Cairo expo

NMDC Group, a global leader in engineering, procurement, construction, and marine dredging, is showcasing its expertise in both energy and dredging projects, including its significant contribution to the duplication of Suez Canal, a vital facilitator of global maritime trade, at the ongoing Egypt Energy Show (EGYPES) 2024.
The largest energy conference and exhibition across Egypt, North Africa, and the Mediterranean, (EGYPES) 2024 concludes tomorrow (February 21) at the Egypt International Exhibition Center, in Cairo.
The three-day event serves as a key platform for industry leaders and innovators to showcase their latest projects and advancements spanning the entire energy supply and value chains, said the organisers.
During the show, NMDC will also spotlight two of its standout vessels, the DLS 4200 and Ghasha, presented as scale models at its pavilion. In addition to providing insight into their structure and functions, these vessels will demonstrate NMDC's technological leadership and unwavering commitment to excellence.
On the key event, Group CEO Engineer Yasser Zaghloul said: "EGYPES presents us an excellent opportunity to highlight our ongoing efforts to redefine the landscape of energy and dredging projects through innovation, expertise, and global presence. In addition to engaging with industry leaders to explore latest trends shaping the future of the energy sector, we will share our expertise and technological advancements to successfully navigate the ever-evolving industry landscape."
"With ambitious plans for expansion into new markets and a strong focus on clean energy initiatives, we will leverage our participation at the event to discuss regional and international progress and collective efforts towards achieving net-zero emissions," he stated. 
"At NMDC, our vision for the future is focused on pursuing opportunities that prioritize decarbonization to build a more sustainable and prosperous future for all," he added.-TradeArabia News Service