In a pivotal step towards bolstering Egypt’s export prowess, the Export Credit Guarantee Company of Egypt (EGE) has inked a strategic protocol with the Export Council for Building Materials, Refractory & Metallurgy Industries (ECBM). This landmark agreement, signed under the auspices of EGE’s Managing Director, Mr. Gamal Awad, and ECBM Chairman, Mr. Walid Gamal El din, underscores the shared vision of both entities to strengthen cooperation and empower Egyptian businesses in the building materials, refractories, metallurgical industries, and construction sectors
This collaboration marks a significant milestone in EGE’s commitment to fostering a thriving export ecosystem. By aligning with ECBM, EGE aims to provide comprehensive support to Egyptian companies venturing into the international market. The protocol encompasses a range of initiatives, including:
- Knowledge-sharing workshops and seminars: Equipping companies with the necessary expertise to navigate the complexities of export trade.
- Facilitated access to EGE’s export credit guarantee products: Enhancing the financial security of exporters and mitigating their risk exposure.
- Streamlined application processes: Ensuring efficient and timely access to EGE’s services.
- Joint marketing and promotional activities: Raising awareness of EGE’s offerings among ECBM members.
This strategic partnership is poised to unlock new opportunities for Egyptian exporters, enabling them to expand their reach, enhance their competitiveness, and contribute to Egypt’s economic growth.