Skip to Content




We Deliver Cold Chain Shipping Solutions

Crude Oil Shipping With 17 VLCCs and 15 Product Tankers

We Operate a Feeder Service With the UAE Port of Jebel Ali with Sohar, Duqm & Salalah

Dry Bulk Serving Oman’s Metallurgical Projects

A Total of Six LNG Ships To Support LNG Transport

Vessels for liquid cargoes, refined petroleum fuels, and petrochemicals



Methanol Carrier
VLCC & Products Fleet
LR2 Tanker
Container Fleet
LNG Fleet
Chemical Tanker


From the outset of its launch, ASYAD has sought to achieve the highest standards of Quality, Health, Safety and the Environment (QHSE) by incorporating the principles of sustainable development across its business activities. QHSE safeguards are embedded in the company’s business processes. They are also made obligatory for ASYAD employees, including its crew, shore staff, contracted personnel, and others who may be associated with the company’s operations in any way.

Given this robust adherence to internationally benchmarked QHSE standards, it’s no surprise then that ASYAD continues to enjoy an unblemished track record with regard to Health, Safety and the Environment.

ISO Standards

In line with this commitment, ASYAD Shipping was recently certified to ISO 9001 and ISO 14001 standards by the American Bureau of Shipping (ABS). The company also performed exceptionally well in the Tanker Management Self-Assessment Audit (TMSA), among other best practices prescribed for the shipping industry.


Crude Oil and Product Shipping

With 17 VLCCs, 15 Product Tankers, ASYAD’s fleet of product carriers accounts for more than half of the company’s national fleet. Read more

LNG Shipping

ASYAD’s evolution as one of the world’s fastest growing national shipping lines began with a modest fleet of LNG ships. Read more

Dry Bulk Shipping

A growing number of Oman’s metallurgical projects currently depend on ASYAD's modern vessels to either freight in their raw materials and ship out their refined products and finished goods. Read more

Container Shipping

Connecting Omani ports with those in the Arabian Gulf is a key objective of ASYAD’s strategy to spur stronger trade ties between the Sultanate and the wider region. Read more