Egyptian Prime Minister, Dr. Mostafa Madbouly, along with a group of accompanying ministers, visited several projects in the Economic Zone of the Suez Canal and Ain Sokhna Port and inspected the Benya factory for fiber optic cables, established in partnership with the Arab Organization for Industrialization.

“We are proud to announce that the first production batch of our factory, which is currently in its trial operation phase, is being directed towards the infrastructure of the presidential initiative ‘Hayah Karima’ project. We commend the Benya team for their exceptional work in building and establishing the factory in record time, utilizing advanced production lines boasting a production capacity of 60 thousand kilometers of fiber optic cables suitable for both indoor and outdoor use. We are proud to announce that the indoor cables are the first of its kind to be manufactured in Egypt,” noted Prime Minister Madbouly.

The Egyptian market's demand for fiber optic cables is being addressed through a national project, which not only supports the country's digital transformation goals but also promotes the export of "Made in Egypt" products.

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