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Salalah Port Services Company SAOG (SPSI.OM)

Also known as:  Port of Salalah, SPS
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Ownership

Executives

Mr Mark Hardiman
Chief Executive Officer
Mr Chelekara S Venkiteswaran
Chief Financial Officer
Mr Jesse Damsky
Chief Commercial Officer

Board Members

HE Ahmad Nasser Hamed Al Mahrizi
Chairman
Sheikh Braik Musallam Mohammed Al Amri
Vice Chairman
Mr Jens Rolf Nielsen
Director
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About Salalah Port Services Company SAOGlast updated on: 04 February 2019

Business Summary
Operation and management of a seaport; provides other sea port services including general cargo and container terminals services.
Country of Incorporation
Ownership Type
Established In
1997
Primary Sector
Stock Listing
IDStock TypeCurrencyExchangeSymbol
SPSI.MSMOrdinaryOMRMuscat SMSPSI

Contact details

Primary address
Al Jawharah Building
Al Muntazah Street
Shatti Al Qurum
105
Oman
Muscat
118
CONTACT
Region
Muscat

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