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FESCO and Egypt explore possibilities for Alexandria-Novorossiysk shipping service

Andrey Severilov, chairman of the board of directors of the FESCO Transport Group held a meeting with Yasser Moustafa, the head of the commercial Bureau of the Embassy of the Arab Republic of Egypt, in Russia, to discuss opportunities for opening a new shipping service from Alexandria port to Novorossiysk for food and agricultural products delivery.

According to the Russian transport company FESCO, the service will be arranged by Dalreftrans, a subsidiary of FESCO, which is in charge of temperature-controlled cargo transportation.

Additionally, Andrey Severilov and Yasser Moustafa agreed that the Egyptian side will support FESCO during the presentations of its container services for Egyptian exporters and importers.

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