OIL, RICE, FISH AND OTHER GOODS

1- Vegetal Oil

MDM Shipping is in business Importing foreign goods and services bought by residents of a country. Residents include citizens, businesses, and the government. It doesn’t matter what the imports are or how they are sent. They can be shipped, sent by email, or even hand-carried in personal luggage on a plane. If they are produced in a foreign country and sold to domestic residents, they are imports.
Even tourism products and services are imports. When you travel outside the country, you are importing any souvenirs you bought on your trip
A- Trade Promotion
Imported products process oilcakes, soybeans and other oilseeds and rice bran in their modern solvent extraction plants.
SEA is the Trade Promotion Organisation (TPO) recognised by the Ministry of Commerce, Government of each country, for the exports of various de-oiled meals (feed ingredients), animal and poultry feeds and minor oils (fats) from Countries. SEA acts as a catalyst between international buyers and local exporters and is responsible for export promotion and performs various export promotion functions, including:
• Export promotion and market development of De-oiled meals, fats, minor oils, compound feeds for cattle & poultry
• Assess International trends in feed ingredients, and prices thereof, for guiding exporters and optimising exports.
• Collection and dissemination of market information and statistics on trends of contracting, physical exports, status of crop situation and marketing strategies.
• Providing a strong organisational nucleus.
• Ensuring timely and regular shipment performance.
• Inspiring confidence in foreign buyers.
• Deputing delegations to foreign countries to explore & study export markets.
• Organising and participating in trade fairs, exhibitions and buyer – seller meets in different countries and abroad.
To make known Oil trade point of view and interest to national and international authorities, chambers of industry and commerce and other organisations.
2- Rice

One of the most important measures of many Asian countries’ economic performance is the price and quality of its rice. It’s no wonder, then, that policymakers have taken significant strides in attempting to control the dynamics of their national rice trade in order to stabilize their respective domestic markets. The five top importers of rice are responsible for about 30% of the total global trade, and the top ten are responsible around 50% of total rice imports worldwide. Many of the major players, including the most recent top importer, China, are located in Asia, which is the continent most responsible for shifts in the world’s rice market. Other significant rice-importing countries include Nigeria, the Philippines, Iran, and Indonesia.
The Various Types of Imported Rice
There are two main categories that the global rice trade is based on: non-fragrant and fragrant rice. Parboiled, Glutinous (sticky), and most long-grain white rice varieties fall under the non-fragrant rice umbrella, while Jasmine and Basmati are placed under the fragrant category.
Ten years ago, Thailand was recognized as the dominant force in the Jasmine rice market but, in the most recent of years, Cambodia and Vietnam have both made important headways into the market, causing Thailand’s share in the Jasmine market to fall down to less than 50%. To date, Vietnam has claimed 40% of the global market share for Jasmine rice, making it the biggest competitor globally for Thai ‘Hommali’ Jasmine rice.
The major destinations of intact-grain Jasmine rice are the following countries: China, Singapore, Malaysia, the United States, Singapore, Hong Kong, and Côte d’Ivoire. Moreover, between 600 to 700 thousand tons of broken (lower quality) jasmine rice are shipped, primarily sent to such West African countries as Togo, Benin Senegal, Ghana, and Côte d’Ivoire.
Parboiled and other common non-fragrant white rice are being exported to Middle Eastern and African countries primarily by Thailand and India. On the other hand, the Basmati rice trade is currently dominated by Pakistan and India, with their shipments’ destinations primarily being to Middle Eastern countries. Growth over the past decade and a half is has seen a massive increase to 4 million tons from 1 million tons, with the aforementioned countries as the major contributors to the phenomenal growth.

Frozen Products


MDM Shipping imports the finest meat quality available. Our imports are mainly coming from Brazil, EU, Argentina and Colombia . As we already have a well-structured distribution network for frozen products, we have the ability to interact with most traders, hyper markets and hotels.

Middle East cuisines commonly use sesame seeds as an essential ingredient in their food. One of the main sweet desserts we use is Halawa, which is made out of sesame paste. imports all types of sesame and its varieties. Quantities imported are distributed to a wide variety of Egyptian factories and wholesalers all around Egypt. We import sesame seeds from India, Sudan, Ethiopia, Mozambique and Argentina.
Frozen Chicken
MDM Shipping imports frozen chicken and fish mainly from Brazil, Argentina, Ukraine and Turkey.
Suppliers has a wide distribution network that covers 2,500 active customers all over the Egyptian market. Our distribution network covers all the hypermarkets, retailers, and wholesalers in the domestic market.
Our well established distribution network allows us to easily build brand recognition in the market and distribute large volumes.

Frozen Liver


MDM Shipping imports Liver from distinguished exporters in the U.S.A, Autralia and Brazil and distributes this commodity to Wholesalers, Supermarkets and local traders in Egypt.
Liver is known for its large amount of high-quality protein, an easily absorbed form of iron, all of the B vitamins (including B12 and folic acid in significant amounts), balanced quantities of vitamin A, many trace elements and minerals including copper, zinc, chromium, phosphorous and selenium, essential fatty acids EPA, DHA.

Other imported good like Sugar and salt and ……………..;

OIL, RICE, FISH AND OTHER GOODS