Muscat – The Ministry of Commerce, Industry and Investment Promotion (MoCIIP) has signed a cooperation agreement with Ta’athur Technology Company to establish Oman Exports electronic platform.
The cooperation agreement was signed by H E Asilah bint Salem al Samsamiya, Undersecretary for Investment Promotion in MoCIIP, and Thamer bin Ahmed al Marhoon, CEO of Ta’athur Technology Company.
It aims to create an electronic platform that contributes to the promotion of Omani products and Omani exports for those who wish to market their products through the electronic platform outside the sultanate.
It also aims to conduct studies and research on the export environment in the sultanate and improve the marketing of Omani products outside the country, as well as holding a virtual exhibition with the aim of bringing suppliers and concerned parties to one place.
“The establishment of the platform will support the ministry’s role in promoting Omani exports. The ministry organises ‘Made in Oman’ campaigns, which is held annually in support of Omani products, and focuses on finding outlets for Omani products in supermarkets and malls spread in all governorates and allocating a special corner for marketing of Omani products,” said H E Asilah.
According to H E Asilah, the platform will contribute to promoting trade between the sultanate and other countries, support the access of Omani exports in international markets, as well as support the national economy and contribute to increasing the gross domestic product of the sultanate.
She added that the platform will be managed by an Omani team working around the clock, seven days a week.