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Travco adds Tanta to its network

April 11- has opened up its first retail branch in Tanta, Egypt, it was learnt on Saturday. The branch is situated in the heart of the city with only five minutes away from its railway station. Travco hopes to open up about 20 branches across Egypt within two years.
The Tanta branch will offer a diverse range of services including outgoing packages, domestic travel, ticketing, Hajj and Umrah, Nile cruises, and limousine and transportation services.
At the moment, there are 14 Travco branches in the Egyptian cities of Cairo, Damietta, Alexandria, Mansoura, Sohag and Aswan.
 

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