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A royal entrance for Ramesses

Egyptian heavy haulage specialist, Nosco, has transported the 82-ton (74.4-tonne) statue of Ramesses II from Ramses Square in downtown Cairo to the Grand Egyptian Museum, under construction in Giza.

Nosco, which has provided logistics services to the Grand Egyptian Museum project since 2012, relocated the statue, which dates back to 1820, using a specially designed conveyor system.


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