BDP International opens Cairo office

| February 11, 2016

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BDP International, a leading privately held global logistics and transportation services company, is opening an office in Cairo, Egypt this month.The new office is overseen by country manager Emad Tawfik, reporting to Fikret Ersoy, BDP’s head of North Africa and Turkey. Ersoy reports to BDP managing director Europe Yves Letange in Antwerp, Belgium.

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