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Egis & GV Development Sign MOU for Tarboul Industrial City

Article-Egis & GV Development Sign MOU for Tarboul Industrial City

Spanning across 109 million m2, Tarboul Industrial City will be located in Giza. The city will serve as a sustainable hub for economic activity.

The international group in consulting, Egis, and leading Egyptian real estate developer, GV Developments, have signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) for the development of Tarboul Industrial City.

The MOU was signed by the Chairman of GV Developments, Sherif Hammouda, and Sameh Atalla, Managing Director of Egis in Egypt. It acts as a partnership agreement between the two organizations. This covers several different real estate and hospitality projects, but also other miscellaneous tasks.

Every aspect of the proposed 109 million m2, Tarboul Industrial City in Giza is intended to support the goal of sustainable manufacturing along. Equally it will also be key in providing labor workforce accommodation, and space for administrative activities.

In the center of Egypt's commercial sector, Tarboul seeks to create an industrial city that is sustainable, green, and innovative. Equally, it is set to serve as a multi-core industrial city with an unparalleled combination of a host of activity. This includes industrial activity, business services logistic centers, modern facilities, administrative, buildings, commercial outlets, labor housing, and social services that meet worldwide standards.

Tarboul will also be in an optimal location. The new industrial city will be situated just 5km away from the river Nile, 77km away from 6th of October City, and 83km away from the New Administrative Capital (NAC). Not only that, but Tarboul will also be located just 44km away from Helwan, 109km away from Ain El Sokhna Port, and 160km away from the Red Sea. So, the city is in a strategic location that will be well suited for businesses of all shapes and sizes, as well as for residential occupancy.


The industrial city is in line with Egypt's Vision 2030 in many ways. The city will achieve this by fostering integrated and sustainable ecosystems, raising Egyptians' standards of living, and developing a competitive and diverse economy. This sustainable and innovative approach to urban development is fueling strong demand for investment in new city developments such as Tarboul Industrial City.

The project will be the first sustainable, smart industrial city in Egypt, making it an attractive development.


Egis is a global player operating in the consulting, engineering, and mobility service industries. Presently, Egis conducts business in 13 Middle Eastern nations, executing more than 500 projects in 15 nations in the area, and hiring more than 2,000 people.

GV Developments is devoted to offering the best quality and innovative technologies throughout its developments across Egypt. The company helps to give life to the high-quality visions of its clients in a standout real estate experience.

As one of Egypt's top real estate developers, GV Developments is in charge of several significant projects around the nation, including White Sands, Times Square Port Said, and Tarboul Industrial City. They also participate in several waste-to-energy initiatives.

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