Oman to build intermodal freight yards
- Oman: Sunday, March 03 - 2013 at 05:14
Oman's transport ministry is considering plans to build intermodal freight yards to allow for the seamless movement of goods between the country's road, rail and maritime transportation systems, Oman Daily Observer has reported. The planned facilities are to be set up at Sohar, Barka, Al Misfah, Sunaynah, and Duqm, while modest-sized yards are proposed at Al Buraimi, Al Suwaiq, where a new port is envisaged in the future, and Sinaw. Khatmat Malahah on the sultanate's border with the UAE is also proposed to host a medium-sized intermodal yard primarily to cater for freight customs procedures, cargo hold-ups, and other formalities.
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