Mohammed Larbi SOBHY


Mohammed Larbi SOBHY is a highly experienced professional with a distinguished career in the shipping and maritime industries. With a background in economic science and journalism, he has excelled in leadership roles throughout his career, demonstrating a commitment to advancing the maritime sector.

Mohammed Larbi SOBHY’s professional journey spans over 25 years, during which he has held key positions and contributed significantly to the development of shipping and port infrastructure. His expertise and accomplishments include:

Advisor to EPDG Chairman: Mohammed Larbi SOBHY provided valuable advice and guidance to the Chairman of the Egyptian Ports Development Group, contributing to the strategic development of port facilities and infrastructure in Egypt.

DIPCo Board Director: As a Board Director of Damietta International Port Company (DIPCo), Mohammed Larbi SOBHY was instrumental in overseeing the construction and management of a container terminal with a capacity of 4 million TEUs, representing Terminal Link in board meetings, and negotiating key contracts.

Senior Industry Advisor: Mohammed Larbi SOBHY served as a Senior Industry Advisor for the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD), where he led initiatives to improve the organizational structure and efficiency of small and medium-sized companies in the maritime industry.

Group Owner’s Representative: Tunisia & Libya – Mohammed Larbi SOBHY served as the Group Owner’s Representative for CMA CGM, managing shipping and logistics activities in Tunisia and Libya in line with the group’s policies and objectives.

Throughout his career, Mohammed Larbi SOBHY has demonstrated exceptional leadership skills and a deep understanding of the shipping and maritime sectors. His contributions have had a significant impact on the development of port infrastructure, shipping lines, and maritime logistics in the region. Mohammed Larbi SOBHY’s dedication to excellence and strategic vision continue to be recognized and celebrated in the maritime industry.