last updated on: 27 October 2016

Sohar Industrial Port Company SAOC

Also known as: Port of Sohar, SIPC

fast facts

Business Summary Operation and management of seaport; provides maritime traffic control services. Country of Incorporation Oman Ownership Type Foreign Established In 2002 Primary Sector Transport Number of Employees 50

Contact details

Primary address
Sohar Industrial Port Company SAOC Building
Sohar Port Area
Al Batinah

Zawya industry classifications

  • Transport
    1. Transportation Services
      1. Water Transportation
        1. Support Services - Seaports
          1. Management Services- Seaports (Primary Industry)
          2. Traffic Control - Maritime

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