Damietta Furniture City was established with an authorized capital that reaches 5 billion Egyptian Pounds, with a 521 million Egyptian Pound capital value and a 100% Egyptian capital contribution.
|Data of sewage and stormwater network:|
|Network length:||4500 m|
|Manholes number:||620 Manholes|
|House connections:||180 (Inspection chamber)|
|Pipe diamters:||180 up to 1000mm|
|Installation depth:||until 7 m|
|Pipe stiffness [SN]:||8 KN/m²|
|Manhole stiffness [SN]:||8 KN/m²|
An industrial area built on 331 acres, to establish furniture industries of different size and complementary industries and provide the infrastructure, services and facilities needed by those industries.
1500 small and medium workshops of 50 to 150 meters with about 150 large and complete factories, besides the establishment of the furniture technology centre in Damietta.
The project also aims to transform Damietta city into an integrated city specialized in the furniture industry by deepening and promoting this industry. For the latest international developments, especially with regard to the design and development of production lines, as well as the creation of export opportunities to qualify them to compete regionally and internationally, in addition to providing more direct and indirect employment, which is expected to exceed 25,000 employment opportunities.
The complete sewage and stormwater network is made of Krah pipes, made by Krah MISR. All pipes and manholes has to be delivered in approx. 3 months.
A big challenge for installation is the muddy soil. For backfilling well compacted sand is used, separated to native soil by geotextile. Nevertheless a settlement is expected and it is very important to join all pipes and manholes by homogenous welding.
All Krah pipes will be joint by integrated Electrofusion socket. The full pipe string is flexible and move with the soil.
New Mena Plast (KRAH MISR)
Mr. Peter Youssef
Part 4 & 5 Block 12016
1st Industrial zone
Obour City Kalyoubeya, EGYPT