Marafi has urged merchants to use the facility of direct export to Bandar Abbas port in Iran in order to link and support local commercial markets with regional countries.
Marafi announced that it has taken several measures to support importers, like using Suwaiq port for importing vegetables and fruits and providing opportunities for merchants to use their ships for direct export to Bandar Abbas port. It is also aiding in export of general goods as an important step to link the local commercial markets with regional countries.
On April 12, Dr Ahmed bin Mohammed al Abri, CEO of Marafi, said, “The first shipment loaded with 500 tonnes of various foodstuffs arrived at Suwaiq port from Bandar Abbas port.” He added that shipments will continue with five trips per week.
Meanwhile, Asyad has announced that there are 200 direct lines to 86 ports in 40 countries to bring various merchandise. Oman’s extensive shipping network can save companies time and money.
The Government Communication Centre said the Oman Shipping Company has transported 22,000 containers to the sultanate since it started operating its direct lines to India.
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