Economic Zone Authority grants “Truck Oman” Right of use of land for the Construction of Logistics Center at Duqm
H.E. Yahya bin Said bin Abdullah Al Jabri, Chairman of Board of Directors of Special Economic Zone Management Duqm signed today (Tuesday, May 3, 2016 m) an agreement with Truck Oman Projects and Oilfield Services Company, one of the group companies of Truck Oman acquired the right of use of land for the construction of an integrated center for logistics, which includes the warehouse offices, maintenance workshop and storage areas for equipment and machineries for oil and gas fields. The agreement was signed on behalf of the company by Dr. Mohammed Moosa Al Yousuf, Chairman of the Board.
The project will be built over an area of 23 thousand square meters in the logistics area, which is considered one of the main areas for investment in the Special Economic Zone, Duqm which has already witnessed over the past years signing of a number of land use agreements with local and foreign investors.
Truck Oman Projects and Oilfield Services is considered as a state of the art limited liability company founded by Truck Oman Group for the management of its new project in the Special Economic Zone at Duqm. The group said it hopes that the new company will be one of economic tributaries in the country to support the plans and policies of economic diversification economic, thereby providing job opportunities to the local workforce in these areas.
The project aims to provide logistics management solutions of various kinds, to meet all the needs of customers, such as management of transport, supporting and controlling the traffic movement, management of vehicles and equipment movement data during the hours of work in the field.
Truck Oman Group said that it has selected the special economic zone, Duqm to construct an integrated center for logistics due to the strategic location of the area, overlooking the Indian Ocean. The area is considered as one of the mechanisms established by the Sultanate to achieve economic diversification and will become in the coming years an integrated economic center serving the Omani economy from the perspective of economic diversification and will serve the Wusta Region from the developmental perspective. Special economic zone at Duqm has been selected as one of the centers of Truck Oman to expand its logistics services network and link to the other group centers in the Sultanate, particularly in: Nimr, Marmul, Haima, Azz, and Salalah