Egypt’s National Authority for Military Production has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Poland’s AC Spolka Akcyjna (AC SA) to cooperate in manufacturing compressed natural gas (CNG) kits.
Under the MoU, the National Authority for Military Production will manufacture components and assembly by utilizing the capabilities of its companies according to the designs of AC SA, which specializes in the manufacture of mechanical and electronic components for modern CNG systems for gasoline and diesel engines
The National Authority for Military Production will also work to increase local Egyptian contribution and will also participate in setting technical specifications for managing imported and local components. This is in addition to participating in purchasing raw materials and components, conducting logistical organization and planning, as well as ensuring the quality of products and their conformity to the required specifications.
Meanwhile, the Polish company AC SA will provide designs, engineering drawings, detailed drawings, and manufacturing steps for the components to be manufactured or assembled. It will also participate in the development of technical specifications for the procurement of components, as well as support and supervise the manufacturing, assembly and operation processes, as well as train the cadres necessary for manufacturing and assembly work.
The signatories of the MoU include Mohamed Mostafa, Deputy Chairman and Managing Director of the National Authority for Military Production, and Krzysztof Szymanski, Vice Chairman of AC SA. It was signed in the presence of Egyptian Prime Minister Mostafa Madbouly and Polish President Andrzej Duda.