Muscat: The Oman Shipping Company launched the giant oil tanker (Dhalkot), which was built at the DSME shipyard in South Korea and is the last ship out of 3 other tankers that were recently launched last year (Tire, Bahla).
This is to enhance its position in the global crude oil transportation market and translate to continuing expansion at the level of its operational business. The ship has a tonnage of 300,000 tons and it meets all future environmental standards. The giant oil tanker “Dhalkot”, the 60th ship, is part of the company’s fleet.
As one of the Asyad Group companies, Oman Shipping Company plays a vital role in the Sultanate’s endeavors to become one of the top ten countries in the world in the logistics sector, as the company supports integration activities across the various stages of the supply chain in the Sultanate.
The company offers a full range of services, as it handles tanker ownership, technical management and maintenance, and commercial operation of ships.
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