Citations with the tag: EGYPTIAN National Railways (Company)
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- Involving the private sector.
// Railway Gazette International; Apr2014, Vol. 170 Issue 4, p10
The article reports on the plans of Egyptian National Railways to call tenders for the supply and maintenance of trainsets for the Cairo-Alexandria route in Egypt in 2014.
- Commissioning begins in Cairo.
// Railway Gazette International; Jun2009, Vol. 165 Issue 6, p9
The article reports on the commissioning of Egyptian National Railways' first 15 of 40 Electro-Motive Diesel JT42XWRM locomotives being provided under the initial order for Class 66 family from outside Europe. The Electro-Motive Diesel JT42XWRM locomotives feature 12N-710G3B engines and EM2000...
// MEED: Middle East Economic Digest; 10/30/1998, Vol. 42 Issue 44, p18
Announces that Spain's JEZ Sistemas Ferroviarios has signed a contract with the state-owned Egyptian National Railways. Terms under the agreement.
- Egyptian Class 66s begin commissioning.
// Railways Illustrated; Aug2009, Vol. 7 Issue 8, p76
The article reports on the line of new Class 66s locomotives commissioned by Egyptian National Railways (ENR) from Electro-Motive Diesel Inc. (EMD). It says that the locomotives will be operated for passenger services in ENR's passenger sector blue livery. Furthermore, the air-conditioned...
// MEED: Middle East Economic Digest; 4/28/2000, Vol. 44 Issue 17, p18
Presents a news update about business in Egypt as of April 28, 2000. Agreement by the Arab Fund for Economic & Social Development to grant loans to finance an upgrade project for rolling stock operated by Egyptian National Railways; Net profit posted by the National Societe Generale Bank;...
- News in brief.
// MEED: Middle East Economic Digest; 7/7/2000, Vol. 44 Issue 27, p17
Presents news items related to transportation in the Middle East, for the week of July 7, 2000. Bids for the contract to upgrade rolling stock operated by Egyptian National Railways; Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates-based Oasis International Leasing's purchase of a Boeing 777-200 aircraft from...
- Crashes bring investment promise.
// Railway Gazette International; Oct2006, Vol. 162 Issue 10, p654
This article deals with the series of accidents involving Egyptian National Railways (ENR) trains in August and September 2006. The Qalyoub collision appears to have been caused by a train from Mansoura to Cairo passing a red signal, and a similar error may well have led to the second crash. It...
- The Impact of Customer Knowledge Management Process on Service Recovery Performance.
El-Helaly, Nehal; Ebeid, Ahmad; El-Menbawey, Azza // Proceedings of the International Conference on Intellectual Capi; 2013, p506
In our knowledge-based economy, organizations must examine how they can better leverage knowledge assets and create added value. Customer knowledge represents an important organizational asset that organizations would utilize and manage to gain a competitive advantage. The primary aim of the...
- NEWS IN BRIEF.
El-Helaly, Nehal; Ebeid, Ahmad; El-Menbawey, Azza // MEED: Middle East Economic Digest; 8/25/2006, Vol. 50 Issue 34, p19
The article presents news briefs related to construction in the Middle East. Egyptian National Railways director Hanafi Abdel Qawi was removed from his post following a rail crash on August 21, 2006 in Qalyoub. DP World has signed a build-operate-transfer with Port Qasim Authority for a $211...
- ENR investment will raise safety standards.
El-Helaly, Nehal; Ebeid, Ahmad; El-Menbawey, Azza // Railway Gazette International; Aug2007, Vol. 163 Issue 8, p478
The article reports on the investment of Egyptian National Railways (ENR) in track, trains and signaling to raise the safety standards of Egypt's rail network. Details on five major projects on the country's rail network have been revealed by Boulos N. Salama, Professor of Railways at Cairo...
- TRAFFIC CONTROL: SCIENCE OR ART?
Lindsey, Ron // Railway Age; Sep2012, Vol. 213 Issue 9, p42
The author discusses the integration of a virtual-CTC (V-CTC) concept to railroad traffic control at a project of the Egyptian National Railways, in order to optimize efficiency in track management of variables which ensures the safety of passengers and personnel. He offers information on the...
- A Proposed Model for Web Proxy Caching Techniques to Improve Computer Networks Performance.
el-Khameesy, Nashaat; Rahman Mohamed, Hossam Abdel // International Journal of Information Technology & Computer Scien; Oct2013, Vol. 5 Issue 11, p42
One of the most important techniques for improving the performance of web based applications is web proxy caching Technique. It is used for several purposes such as reduce network traffic, server load, and user perceived retrieval delays by replicating popular content on proxy caches that are...