Benyan Musandam to supply Omran with 7,500 tonnes of ready-mix concrete
- Oman: Thursday, October 04 - 2012 at 08:53
Oman-based Benyan Musandam has signed an agreement with Oman Tourism Development Co (Omran) to supply 7,500 metric tonnes of ready-mix concrete for the construction of Khasab Hotel project currently underway in the governorate of Musandam, Times of Oman has reported. Benyan Musandam has recently doubled its daily production capacity to reach 100 metric tonnes. Located in the Musandam Peninsula, the three-star hotel comprises 80 rooms and 30 suites. The project is scheduled for completion in the first quarter of 2013.
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