Oman’s geostrategic location offers enormous potential for the development of a global logistics hub.

The Sultanate was historically a logistical gateway that routed tradesmen from Asia to Africa; the time has come to reinstitute the nation’s heritage though modernisation and technology for continued prosperity.

Regarding Oman’s ever enhancing global connectivity, ASAAS recognises the vast potential of the logistics sector and is working to take the lead in ongoing expansion and advancement.

Seaports and free economic zones are expanding national prospects in economic diversification.

Oman has made significant headway in developing its logistical infrastructure, with key achievements realising seaports in Sohar, Salalah and Duqm, paired with free economic zones that have expanded the nation’s prospects and aided economic diversification.

ASAAS has aligned its goals with the Sultanate of Oman Logistics Strategy (2040) and each of its stakeholders.

Oman, A Logistics Hub

International airports in Muscat and Salalah recently saw large-scale expansion, alongside a national rail masterplan that continues to make progress as a regionally important infrastructural development.