Asyad manages and commercially operates ports within the Sultanate of Oman, as well as regionally and internationally. In-line with Asyad’s aspiration to become one of top 10 global integrated logistics service provider by 2040, terminal operations growth is a critical component, including the acquisition of global terminals. Asyad’s goal is to create significant economic benefits such as volumes connectivity, job creation, contribution to national GDP, national trade and industry enabling, technology transfer and social welfare.
Asyad terminals commenced its business by undertaking the operations and management of Port Sultan Qaboos from 1st January 2018.
The portfolio includes management and operations of (Port Sultan Qaboos), (Port Suwaiq), (Port Shinas) , (Port of Khasab) and the first dry port in Oman (Khazaen Dry Port).
Asyad Group includes three deep-water ports - all supported by Oman’s five airports, a planned new USD 20 billion rail network and a USD 10 billion world-class road network providing gateway distribution capabilities across the Sultanate and the wider Middle East.
The modern, technologically advanced ports of Salalah, Sohar, Duqm, and Khazaen Dry Port are unrivaled in their connectivity - strategically located within two weeks sail of all major global ports, and benefitting from rapid access to the growing Middle East, Indian and East-African markets.
Together, the ports run 200 weekly maritime services to 86 commercial ports across more than 40 countries providing a vast network for clients to make cost and time savings.
Asyad’s ports work closely with the expanding free zones providing importers with significant benefits across the logistics sector.
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