Oman to name consultant to shift port activities
- Oman: Tuesday, October 30 - 2012 at 02:58
Oman's transport and communications ministry is set to appoint a consultant to plan the transfer of business activities from Port Sultan Qaboos (PSQ) to Sohar Industrial Port, Times of Oman has reported. As part of their scope of works, the consultants is to carry out a study and prepare a report with proposed time table and recommendations for the migration of vessel handling operations from Port Sultan Qaboos. The study is expected to be completed by November.
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