Egypt 10th Ramadan City awaits Geo Therm Ltd

June 28, 2019 7:00 am

Geo Therm Ltd inspection team are returning to Egypt to further cement our commitment to Jotun Paints, commencing the favored inspection services at their brand new production and logistic’s facility at the 10th Ramadan City in the central heart of Egypt.

The thermographic survey is planned for mid July and to last no longer than one week.  The facility located on the outskirts of the city is expected to produce 70m liters of paints per year, principally for the internal Egyptian market.  The company’s products vary between paints, home decoration, protective coatings, marine coating products, and coating powders.

This 1.2bn EGP faciltiy is the latest investment by the Norwegian paints giant in the MEIA region, Jotun paints currently operates 37 production facilities, 64 companies and is represented in more than 100 countries around the world. For further Jotun paints information, please visit:  https://www.jotun.com/uk/en/b2b/about-jotun/about-jotun

 

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CAIRO, EGYPT - FEBRUARY 9. The Sphinx is seen in front of the Pyramid of Chephren on February 9, 2006 in Giza, Cairo, Egypt.  The Sphinx is carved almost entirely from one huge piece of limestone leftover from the carving of the stones for Cheops pyramid and is about 50 meters long and 22 high. Cairo is still the heart of Egypt and is allegorically called "the Mother of World" Greater Cairo's population is estimated at between 18 and 22 million, roughly a quarter of Egypt's total. Some 62 slums and squatter settlements alone are home to about five million people. And there are countless numbers of people living in the ancient cemeteries known as the City of the Dead. The massive and continual increase in the number of people has overwhelmed the city. Housing shortages are rife, buses are packed to the hilt, snarled traffic paralyses life in the city and broken pipes spew water and sewage into the streets. Everything i s discolored , buildings, buses and footpaths are brown and grew from smog and desert dust. (Photo by Marco Di Lauro/Getty Images)

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