Raft of firms interested in Oman land port project

Oman's Supreme Council for Planning has revealed that 34 firms have obtained prequalification documents to manage the land port in South Al Batinah

NEWS, Projects, Land port, South Al Batinah, Supreme Council for Planning

Oman's Supreme Council for Planning has revealed that 34 companies have obtained prequalification documents to manage the land port in South Al Batinah.

The facility will connect Muscat International Airport, Sohar Port and the distribution channels at the different wilayats, especially in the Governorate of Muscat.

It will also connect its operations with the other ports, business and industrial zones and will ensure smooth and speedy transportation and handling of goods.

Seventeen of the companies were from the Sultanate and 17 from Asia, Europe, U.S.A, Africa and Australia.

The Steering Committee of the Logistic Area in South Al Batinah has been tasked with selected the company to manage the land port.

 

 

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