SUMED was established by Law No 7, 1974.
Phase one of operations started with a capacity of 40 million tons per annum.
The first tanker, Esso Rotterdam, was unloaded at Ain Sukhna.
The first tanker, Esthel was loaded at Sidi Kerir.
Phase two of operations started with a capacity of 80 million tons per annum.
The designated period of the company's operations was extended for 27 additional years under Law No. 10, 1992.
Phase three of operations started with a capacity of 117 million tons per annum.
Storage capacity at Sidi Kerir was increased. Total storage capacity reached 3.2 million m3 at Sidi Kerir & Ain Sukhna
Storage capacity at Sidi Kerir was increased. Total storage capacity reached 3.7 million m3 at Sidi Kerir & Ain Sukhna.
Part of the shipment of the tanker Lucina was unloaded at Ain Sukhna under the lightering scheme within cooperation between SUMED and the Suez Canal Authority.
Transporting 121.4 million tons which represented 104% of SUMED pipelines' design capacity.
The company marked its Silver Jubilee on the 25th anniversary of the unloading of the first tanker at Ain Sukhna.
Mediterranean crudes was received for the first time at Sidi Kerir which was transformed into a discharging and reloading terminal.
Storage capacity at Sidi Kerir was increased. Total capacity reached 4.1 million m3 at Sidi Kerir & Ain Sukhna.
In recognition of its outstanding performance throughout 2007, SUMED was granted the award of excellence.
The company achieved distinguished revenues and the highest net profit after tax since its startup.
The company was awarded the Occupational Health, Safety and Enviroment Protection Technical Compliance Certificate for all the sites of the company in (Ain Sukhna, Sidi Kerir, Dahshour, Kafr Al Elw) in excellent grade.
SUMED introduced the service of discharging and reloading crude oil at Ain Sukhna.
The highest revenue per ton transported and the highest total revenues throughout the company's history.
Breakthrough in custody transfer measurement for tankers offloading at Ain Sukhn, by the establishment and operation of metering skid using ultrasonic technology.
The first gasoil tanker, Hermione, discharged its cargo at Ain Sukhna on behalf of Egyptian General Petroleum Corporation (EGPC).