We support projects which seek to transform how national government can provide more efficient services, and how private companies can provide effective logistics and transport solutions. Throughout the years, we have collaborated with the Ministry of Transport on strategy and organisational development, as well as other third-party stakeholders and regulators, to introduce revolutionary new schemes and develop masterplans for major national projects, most recent of which is the Suez Canal Area Development Project.
Egypt resides over multiple entities responsible for the enhancement of mobility in Greater Cairo, but the city still faces setbacks and continuous challenges. In an attempt at resolving issues such as institutional fragmentation, insufficient financial resource, poor public transport, aggravated traffic congestion and high accident rates, the World Bank Group in collaboration with the most influential players within the transport sector, mandated IDOM and CID Consulting to develop the Greater Cairo Transport Regulatory Authority (GCTRA).
As part of a consortium led by Dar El Handasah on behalf of the Suez Canal Authority, we were tasked with formulating a comprehensive masterplan of The Suez Canal Economic Zone as an international trade and economic hub. CID led two core components of the masterplan - the social and environmental impact assessment and development plan, as well as the development of a marketing and communication plan to support investment promotion of the zone.
As part of its global commitment to safeguard the environment, Nestlé Egypt devised a Plastic Roadmap comprised of three pillars: Develop packaging for the future Help shape a waste-free future• Drive new behavior and understanding
With an ambition to become one of the largest players in the logistics and transport sector, IACC, an international Maritime and Freight Transport Company, needed a better picture of the market’s perception of their brand and brand equity. They required a brand strategy which would hold up to international standards.
The Ministry of Transport, supported by the World Bank, sought to transition the River Transport Authority (RTA) from its existing role towards becoming a more regulatory authority capable of overseeing the provision of efficient transport services.