Bani Sweif City is the capital of Beni Suef Governorate in central Egypt on the western bank of the Nile. In the predynastic period, Beni Suef or Heraklepolis as it was known was the capital of Lower and Middle Egypt during the rule of the 10th dynasty. The present city locates nearby a number of fascinating Pharaonic monuments such as Maidum, Tuedjoi, and Dishasha in El Fayoum Governroate . The Museum of Beni Suef is also one of the notable sights in the city that encompasses a marvelous collection of canopic jars and sarcophagi that date back to the Greco-Roman Era and other items from the Coptic and early Islamic Era. Currently Beni Suef comprises of a large number of small villages most of its inhabitants are farmers or manufacturers in textile and cement factories. The main source of income for the city and many other cities in Bani Suef governorate are industries based on agricultural products such as wheat and cotton . The government pays a great attention for providing inhabitants and businessmen in Beni Suef city and governorate by all the necessary needs for increasing investment. This is clear in the great role of Beni Suef Trade Point in serving all companies and factories in all the industrial areas throughout the governorate. The objectives of establishing this international trade point is to support small and medium investors and companies to double their participation in the global trade and attract foreign investors for investing their capital in Egypt.