The Egyptian National Railways (ENR) carries millions tons of cargo across the country, helping drive economic activity. As a partner to ENR, GE supports nearly one-fifth of ENR's total operating fleet with 110 GE locomotives in service. Enormous linked databases of information called "Data Lakes" allows GE to deliver powerful insights that are helping Egypt's transport sector achieve efficiencies and improvements to processes, systems and equipment. Read more. More about GE in Africa in this BRIEFING.
Data Lakes Offer Smooth Sailing for Egypt's Transport Sector
GE Africa, 6 December 2016
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For customers such as the Egyptian National Railways (ENR), better manufacturing processes mean better locomotive performance and reliability. That’s vital given that ENR carries 6 million tons of cargo across the country, helping drive economic activity. As a partner to ENR, GE supports nearly one-fifth of ENR’s total operating fleet with 110 GE locomotives in service, accounting for the maximum hauling capacity in ENR’s fleet.
Africa's intracontinental trade has nearly doubled since 1995, and the increasing volume of goods moving through the supply chain is creating transportation and logistical ... Read more »
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