Egypt was the first country in Africa and the Middle East to have a train network. It was built in the 1850s.
Now the antiquated existing 5000 kilometres of tracks will be implemented with a new high-speed electrical railway that will run between the Red Sea and the Mediterranean also passing through Egypt’s new administrative capital.
With new trains that will reach 260 km/hour, the project will:
✔ guarantee reduced travelling time within the country, with a forecast of 30 million passengers annually as well as freight cargos;
✔ reduce primary energy usage and overall air pollution by cutting carbon emissions.
So the necessity to be more sustainable outstretched to phase one of this project and with the aid of the MB Crusher units excavated rocks are reduced and reused in the railway construction.
✔ Saving procurement money.
✔ Reducing the number of trucks to and from the job site.