The Suez Canal Special Economic Zone (SCZone) is a world-class free zone and trade hub along the banks of the newly-expanded Suez Canal. Strategically located on the main trade route between Europe and South Asia, more than 8% of global trade passes through every year. The four zones are:
Each zone provides opportunities in industrial and commercial enterprises, infrastructure and real estate development, logistics, amenities and state-of-the-art technology. The six ports are:
VISION To become a premier international investment destination by creating a superior business environment for attracting investments to Egypt while ensuring maximum benefits to the local community that upgrades the quality of life over the coming 15 years.
MISSION Establish a state-of-the-art special economic zone in the heart of the Suez Gulf of Egypt. The SEZone will develop an international recognition and reputation for being a competitive business location that provides Egyptian and foreign investors with top-class infrastructure, market access, and streamlined administrative procedures
MARKET ACCESS The SCZone’s multiple port facilities ensure rapid delivery of goods to 1.8 billion consumers in Europe, Asia, the Middle East and Africa.
Known as the Trans-African Highway, the road network, being developed with the collaboration of the African Union, the United Nations Economic Commission for Africa and the African Development Bank, will be 10,228 kilometers in length, connecting Egypt and South Africa, along with countries in between, such as Botswana, Zimbabwe, Zambia, Tanzania, Kenya, Ethiopia, and Sudan.According to the Ministry of Transportation, Egypt has built new ports and new infrastructure costing nearly $US 11 million to ensure that the country benefits fully from the new African corridor
With over 10,000 km of boulevards, avenues and streets, the city will be pedestrian-friendly. It will have vibrant recreational spaces to bring people together. It will be buzzing with life day and night. Cairo Capital is a momentous endeavor to build national spirit, foster consensus, provide for long-term sustainable growth and address various issues faced by Egypt through a new city, which will create more places to live, work and visit