Salalah Port Services Company SAOG (SPSI.OM)

Also known as:  Port of Salalah, SPS
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0.60 OMR 0.000.00%
As of 08 APR 2021 10:20 GMT|Muscat SM

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Recommendation
-
Div Yield
3.333%
P/E (Last 12 Month)
7.17
Upside
-
Target Price (Mean)
-
52Wk
0.54 30 APR
0.64 02 MAR

Open
Data not available
Previous Close
0.60 OMR
Turnover
Data not available
EPS
0.082 OMR
Volume
0
Transactions
0
Market Cap
107.90M OMR
IPO Date
15-Jul-1998
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About Salalah Port Services Company SAOGLast updated on: 11 June 2020

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
Building: Beach One Building
Street: Street 2601
Floor: 4th Floor, Office 401
Area: Al Sarooj Area
P.O. Box: 105
Country: Oman
City: Muscat
City Suffix: 118
CONTACT
Related links
www.asyad.om
Region
Muscat
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Executives

Mr Mark Hardiman
Chief Executive Officer
Mr Roeland Van Beers
Chief Financial Officer
Mr Ahmed Suhail Ali Qatan
Chief Operations Officer, General Cargo Terminal

Board Members

HE Ahmad Nasser Hamed Al Mahrizi
Chairman
Sheikh Braik Musallam Mohammed Al Amri
Vice Chairman
Mr Ahmed Salem Mohammed Al Busaidi
Director
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