Damietta


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Damietta:

see DumyatDumyat
or Damietta
, city (1986 pop. 89,069), capital of Dumyat governorate, N Egypt, on Lake Manzala near the Mediterranean Sea. It is a manufacturing and trade center. Its products include glassware; cotton, silk, and rayon textiles; and processed rice and fish.
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, Egypt.
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Damietta Furniture City will be established on a 331 acre plot and is expected to produce 25,000 job opportunities, as well as another 40,000 jobs indirectly.
The Egyptian contractor was a part of the consortium that completed the construction of Assiut and West Damietta plants in the third quarter of 2015.
HRSG Business Division of Doosan E&C It had signed a contract to supply HRSGs for combined cycle power plant construction project at Damietta package.
Orascom is part of a consortium building Assiut and West Damietta power plants on a fast-track basis.
The Egyptian Gazette The people of Damietta had manifested an environmental awareness back in 2008, when they insisted on the demolishing of a petrochemical complex that was constructed by a Canadian company in the name of Agrium.
Egypt's second most important trading port where a free industrial zone is growing rapidly, Damietta lies at the eastern end of the Nile Delta about 50 km north-west of Port Sa'id.
In late April, with most homes in Damietta draped with black banners reading "No to the factory of death," thousands of residents held demonstrations demanding that the plant be relocated.
It came on the sidelines of the visit of Mohamed Saad Zaghloul, chairperson of the Damietta Company, to the PTI's headquarters.
Finland's Konecranes has received an order for four Rubber Tired Gantry (RTG) cranes from Egypt's Damietta Container & Cargo Handling Company (DCHC), following an initial order for six RTGs back in 2009.
Construction of a New Terminal at the Damietta port.
These tanks will be built for the LNG plant that Union Fenosa will develop in the Damietta Port site in Egypt Mediterranean shore, which will be in operation on middle 2004.