Khazaen Dry Port launched the partial shipment solutions service through various commercial ports and land ports in the Sultanate of Oman. Juma Ibrahim Al Maskari, CEO of Khazaen Dry Port said that the service of partial shipment solutions will provide support for various industries, as well as small and medium enterprises (SMEs) by providing high quality logistic solutions at minimum cost. With the development of this service, Oman will be able to increase its competitiveness and consolidate its position on the global map of trade.
The Khazaen Dry Port, which began operations in 2021, is considered to be the first of its kind in Oman. Asyad, one of Oman’s leading developers in the area of logistics, operates the dry port at Al Mussad. Asyad Group is a global integrator of logistics services in Oman. As a USD 4 billion enterprise backed by an initial USD 20 billion government infrastructure investment, Asyad is attracting customers who want to utilize integrated logistics and establish manufacturing in the country.
Across ports, freezones, and shipping, Asyad Group provides logistics solutions. It comprises three deep ports, two free zones, an economic zone, and Oman’s five airports. Further, Asyad operates one of the largest drydocks in the middle east, as well as a fleet of over 60 ships, supported by a sea transport network that links Oman to key ports around the world.