Why Us:

Remarkable location:- 

  • Close location to Sokhna New Port, which is deemed as the best port in the Middle East, managed by DP World, with accessibility to the Mediterranean Sea and the Indian Ocean.

  • Strategic location at major ways of international trade and in the certain area of international navigation lines.

  • Close location to Public Authority of SCZONE and benefit from Single window system in performing all legal proceedings and acquiring all necessary licenses to carry out your project.
  • Ain Sukhna is considered a global trade center located on the main trade route between Africa, Europe, and Asia, and is also located on the banks of the new Suez Canal, through which more than 8 percent of global trade operations pass every year, and provides all projects in the region the advantage of direct access to more than of 1.8 billion consumers in Europe, Asia, the Middle East, and Africa.
  • Ain Sokhna is considered a tourist, investment, and industrial resort on the coast of the Gulf of Suez in the Red Sea, and through it, it has direct access to the Red Sea, the Mediterranean, and the Indian Ocean.
  • It is one of the best international locations for transit operations, which helps facilitate the movement of exports and imports.
  • Ain Sokhna has oil and gas fields, refining and gas liquefaction projects.
  • There is the Sokhna seaport, which has an area of ​​3.22 square kilometers, and it is expected that this port can accommodate two million containers annually.
  • Many roads surround the area: the coastal road – Wadi Hajul road – the old Cairo-Sukhna road – and the new Katameya-Ain Sukhna road.
  • It is 55 km away from Suez, and it is one of the closest Red Sea resorts to Cairo.
  • It is 45 km from the Suez Canal
  • It is 50 km from the new administrative capital
  • It is 120 km southeast of Cairo

​Investment &Tax incentives 

1- Income Tax (C. 91 of 2005):- a 50% reduction on the net taxable income of companies.

2- Value-added tax (S 67 of 2016): – value added (zero%) is used to suspend value-added tax, and in the case of selling to the local market, the additional value tax due is paid only on the foreign component.

3- Customs tax (C. 66 for the year 1963): – Customs tax (zero %) The zone is exempted from customs tax for all imports imported from abroad for projects established within the geographical scope of the Suez Canal Economic Zone

4- The remaining fees and other taxes: – Exempted from all taxes and fees, bond returns, loan returns, and credit facilities granted to the Authority, the main development company, or companies, establishments, and branches licensed to operate in the Zone.

5- Benefiting from all international agreements between Egypt and the countries of the world: – (Agadir, the European Partnership, QIZ, COMESA, ….) which contributed to the presence of 26 foreign markets and reaching more than 1.8 billion consumers.

6- Customs procedures to facilitate international trade:-

  • Inspection procedures (classification and inventory of quantities and specifications effectively and quickly).
  • The principles of valuation are in accordance with the international trade agreements in force in Egypt so that they are clear and announced.
  • Simplify and shorten customs release procedures, so that they are carried out efficiently and in the shortest possible time.
  • The foundations of laboratory examination of controlled samples to ensure accurate and comprehensive examination in one location.
  • Procedures for issuing and verifying certificates of origin, so that they are done accurately and quickly.
  • Rules for determining the percentage of imported components in products destined for the local market provided that they are clear, simple, and publicly announced

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