Middle East

Falcon swoops in on Lebanese agricultural products

Cairo: The launch of a shipping line to transport the Lebanese production to Egypt and Saudi Arabia by ships

Falcon Shipping announced a new regular shipping route between the ports of Tripoli, Damietta, Suez in Egypt and Duba in Saudi Arabia to start as of next Saturday at a rate two to four voyages a week.

The new route comes as the Ministry of Agriculture in Lebanon has sought to find a shipping line to transport Lebanese agricultural production to Egypt and from Egypt to Saudi Arabia back and forth by roros.

Falcon Shipping is a private company founded in 1980 and wholly owned by Sudanese entrepreneurs.  [08/05/13]


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