Port of Salalah expands operations

The Port of Salalah, Oman’s major regional gateway port and transshipment hub on the Arabian Sea, recently received four new rubber tyre gantry cranes (RTGs) to stay ahead of the operational needs of customers.

The RTGs incorporate a number of features designed to be safer, more environmentally-friendly and reduce equipment downtime. This procurement is part of the many ongoing initiatives under the terminal asset improvement programme, which also saw the port recently adding 33 new tractor trailers to its fleet.

“Adding these new RTGs is part of our ongoing fleet management programme to ensure that we have the best operational fleet of equipment and capacity to serve the evolving needs of our customers. These new machines demonstrate our commitment to safety, operational leadership and to run an environmentally conscious business that reduces our carbon footprint,” Andrew Dawes, CEO of the Port of Salalah, said.

“We are dedicated to the Government of Oman’s success and to deploying the best resources to ensure that Salalah continues to be a catalyst for growth, development and economic prosperity for Oman,” he added.


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