ABOUT FREIGHT SERVICES
ASYAD’s Freight operations are unique in the GCC, in that they offer a truly integrated logistics solution which is flexible enough to meet the specific requirements of all regional and global businesses – either already operating in, or keen to enter, the expanding Middle East and Africa market.
ASYAD’s Freight services are provided through four Freight companies – Oman Shipping, Oman Drydock, Oman Rail, and Oman Post. This comprehensive portfolio of operations enables ASYAD to offer its international customers end-to-end sea, road, warehousing, Freight forwarding and last-mile supply chain solutions, along with full vessel repair facilities and a planned extensive rail network.
Backed by a multi-billion-dollar investment programme, ASYAD is also committed to further expand its operations to ensure that it is offering the most competitive and efficient services in the region. These include last-mile express delivery capabilities via the ASYAD Express service and the enhanced Oman Container Line service offering integrated container logistics services.
ABOUT OUR FREIGHT COMPANIES
With a fleet over 50 vessels, Oman Shipping offers shipping services covering the Oil, Gas, LNG, Dry Bulk and Container shipping segments to an ever-growing world class client-base including leading global oil majors and mining companies, Main Lines Operators (MLOs) and leading local companies in the Oil & Gas sector.
Oman Drydock is the second largest operation of its kind in the Middle East and North Africa region, strategically located close to global shipping routes with Dry Docking capabilities able to handle vessels up to 600,000 DWT.
Oman Rail is developing a national rail network that will link the Sultanate’s three main deep-water ports, free zones, logistics hubs, mineral resource and petroleum sites with the rest of the country and the GCC.
In operation for over 160 years, Oman Post is the Sultanate’s official postal system. offering a variety of services including last-mile delivery, express shipping, tracking and traditional postal services alongside new e-commerce and digital payment platforms.