The position of Marketing Manager is responsible to manage day-to-day marketing programmes and activities so that they meet the ASYAD's short and long-term business objectives, comply with regulations and standards, and protect the organization's public reputation
To formulate and execute ASYAD’s corporate marketing and communications strategy, in order to ensure a strong corporate brand equity for ASYAD and improve its brand awareness, in line with the corporate brand and within budget.
To conduct risk based audit assignments and consulting services as per plan/mandate to objectively, independently assess, analyses and communicate the results of the audit review of the operational/strategic risk/processes in terms of control, risk management and governance.
Oversee the operations of ASYAD’s network and security solutions through management of the organization's network and security specialists. Support the implementation an enterprise network and security stance through policy, architecture and training processes.
To lead, control and manage the implementation of multiple projects and programmes relating to technology in order to achieve the overall objectives of SOLS 2040 and the specific objectives defined within the strategic plan.
To utilize audit objectives and procedures to review and assess technical areas and risks and to submit audit report that improve the adequacy and application of related internal controls and risk levels.
To lead the identification, evaluation, recommendation and implementation of new business opportunities (Mergers and Acquisitions, New Companies and Joint Ventures) in fulfillment of ASYAD's sustainable corporate expansion objectives.
To assist CFO to design and implement an effective risk management strategy, framework, policy and processes across ASYAD, and to support the ongoing monitoring of compliance of the Group and its operating companies to the same, in order to protect ASYAD from loss of assets, claims and other forms of risk.
The Senior Support Services Specialist provides and delivers administrative support for General Administration Department activities, and he is responsible for organizing, coordinating and performing a variety of day to day administrative tasks regarding the internal operations of ASYAD's.
Create visual concepts, by hand or using computer software, to communicate ideas that inspire, inform, or captivate consumers. To develop the overall layout and production design for advertisements, brochures, magazines, and corporate reports..etc
The Project Management Office (PMO) is an OMAN based Project Management and Construction Management consultancy business unit with interests across Oman. The PMO provides program management, project management, engineering management and construction management consulting services.
To direct and manage business development activities to increase ASYAD Cluster performance and profitability, identifying and developing new business opportunities, building and expanding the presence of the company and its brand both locally and internationally in accordance with the organizational strategy.
Contribute to the definition and implementation of ASYAD Strategy Delivery Programme for Ports, Manage the development of ASYAD Domestic Ports Master Plan, Development and implementation of Continuous Improvement programme for Domestic ports for operational and safety performance and Manage development of Network Costing Analysis.
Port of Khasab is positioned at the northern end of Oman, in the Musandam Governate facing the Strait of Hormuz.
Port Shinas’s expansion since 1996 serves as a prime example of the Sultanate’s rapid economic development in recent decades.
Port Suwaiq’s strategic location, situated between Muscat and Sohar, makes it ideal for global logistics customers seeking rapid access to Oman and the wider region.
INDUSTRIAL WORK & STEEL STRUCTURE
Asyad Drydock facilities can also be made available to industrial projects, especially those involving steel structures such as bridges, pilings, RSJ’s etc.
OFFSHORE RIG REPAIR & CONVERSION
Apart from all types of ships, the graving docks at Asyad Drydocks, can also comfortable handle the repairs of jack-up rigs and other offshore structures.
PORT REPAIR & ON-VOYAGE SERVICES
PROVS provides global operating shipping lines and managers professional ship repair services while the vessel is at anchorage, in port, off port drifting and/or on voyage in the Persian Gulf.
As well as carrying out general repair operations, Asyaddock also has the ability and experience to undertake large conversion contracts.
One Omani Logistics Giant Is Changing the Future Of The Industry
The COVID-19 pandemic disrupted global supply chains forcing businesses to adapt in order to stay competitive – and Omani logistics group, Asyad, is one business that has succeeded in doing just that. Through the right combination of leadership, advanced infrastructure, and responsive decision-making, the global integrated logistics service provider resiliently weathered the storm, emerging stronger as a result.
Through careful maneuvering and sound use of its sizable assets, Asyad optimized its operations to make the processing of containers and shipments faster and more efficient, saving its customers cost and time and alleviating the impact of oil prices. Even when difficulties did arise, the group prevailed. According to the Group’s CEO, Abdulrahman Al Hatmi, Asyad managed to reduce its costs by 17% during the pandemic to secure the flow of essential goods, and stayed ahead in the competitive international container market by keeping its prices 12% lower than the competition.
Looking to the future, while Al Hatmi believes in the importance of his group’s physical assets and infrastructure, he sees emerging technologies as a potential gamechanger in the logistics industry. “I would say technology will play a major role in bringing the costs down and also [improving] efficiencies and delivery times,” says the CEO.
In addition to embracing big data, adopting cutting-edge technologies, and integrating and restructuring its businesses to provide global markets with a full-suit of solutions, the Oman-based group demonstrated its commitment to technological advancement through investing in R&D and experimenting with and implementing emerging technologies across its operations. The group has also launched a number of initiatives such as tradetech and Tech Try. Launched last year, Tech Try was featured by the World Economic Forum and showcased how new technological advances could help facilitate trade and propel the growth of the logistics industry.
This year, Asyad has had even bigger aspirations. With Expo Dubai 2020 presenting a platform for the world to showcase new ideas, the Omani group took the opportunity to launch the Asyad Global Logistics Challenge to promote Oman’s logistics sector and its competitiveness in the global market. The challenge included two initiatives: the Asyad Global Logistics Hackathon Challenge and the Asyad Logistics Startup Challenge. There were more than 630 applicants for both challenges combined and through a meticulous screening process, 57 individuals were selected to take part. The successful applicants hailed from 15 countries across six continents.
In collaboration with Hypermotion, the Asyad Global Logistics Hackathon Challenge ran from November 2 to November 4 and served as a platform for data scientists from all over the world to compete and share their ideas on how to solve real-world logistics problems.
Winning first place, Team Noufal, a two-member team from Oman and India, successfully built an algorithm that uses historical ship building data to accurately forecast potential build prices and predict the best time to buy or hold a vessel. Team Ninja came in second followed by Team Stars in third place. The finalists have since been offered training and mentorship by eight Asyad leaders and their projects will be developed and implemented in Oman to help optimize the competitiveness of the logistics sector.
Meanwhile, with the participation of 12 companies, the Asyad Logistics Startup Challenge saw talented teams present innovative solutions to problems facing the logistics industry. Through the challenge, participants had the opportunity to market their products on a global platform, with the chosen winners sharing $50,000 in prize money.
Cubex Global from the UAE achieved first place winning a prize of $25,000, while UVL Robotics came in second. Though based in the United States, UVL Robotics is a home-grown Omani company, demonstrating the potential and talent that the sultanate has to offer. Meanwhile, PalletPal from the United States achieved third place, rounding out an exceptional and exciting competition.
Through its multiple initiatives and technology-oriented approach, Asyad is helping to remap the future of the logistics industry, not just in Oman, but world-wide. According to Al Hatmi, Asyad is striving to secure status as a global industry player, with plans to further increase its assets, international presence, partnerships, and collaborations as it looks to the future.
OMAN POST AND ASYAD EXPRESS INTRODUCING THE FIRST E-LOCKER PARCEL MACHINE NETWORK ACROSS OMAN
Oman Post and Asyad Express Group partners with Oman Petroleum and Real Estate companies to install e-locker parcel network- providing convenience and accessibility to their customers