Egypt Air issued an international tender for the supply of a storage system for
the new warehouse complex. Companies with an experience in this field were
invited to present their pre-qualifications.
26 local and international companies presented their pre-qualifications, Egypt
Air studied their presentation. 6 companies were selected to participate (2
Egyptian and 4 European companies). A technical committee was formed to study
the technical offers.
The technical committee studied all offers, several technical questions were
raised, samples were requested, visits to all factories were performed in Egypt
After nearly a year of studying the offers, The committee came to a conclusion
that only two companies are able to satisfy Egypt Air requirements (Link Misr
and an Italian company).
The new complex will be located inside the duty free zone area in Cairo
airport, giving advantage to foreign suppliers. However, due to Link Misr's
confidence in their product and determination to execute Egypt Air's warehouse
complex, Link Misr won the tender. This project contained several types
of storage systems for the storage of very small, medium parts to the big size
spare parts. Link Misr offered for the small spare parts a Three tier Lista
storage wall drawers system (over 15200 steel drawers with internal partitions
A three tier long span system for medium parts, for big parts Link Misr offered
a wide aisle and narrow aisle pallet racking system and many other special
types of storage systems to accommodate Egypt Air special needs.
After completion and handover the project, Lista president and Lista delegation
visited the project site and press release was issued in Al-Ahram newspaper
announcing new relation between Link Misr and Lista AG .