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ഒമാൻ നാഷണൽ ട്രാന്സ്പോര്ട്ട് കമ്പനിയുടെ മുവാസലാത്ത് ബസ് സർവിസുകൾ സ്മാർട്ടക്കാൻ ഒരുങ്ങുന്നു. ഇതിന്റെ ഭാഗമായി ഇ- ടിക്കറ്റിങ് സംവിധാനം വൈകാതെ ആരംഭിക്കുമെന്ന് കമ്പനി സിഇഒ അഹമ്മദ് അലി ബുലൂഷി പറഞ്ഞു.
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Oman's Ministry of Transport and Communications has issued licences to operate call-taxi cabs for two companies in Oman. While Ibtikar technology will operate taxis for hotels, Mwasalat will manage taxis to and from shopping malls, airports, and on-call services. Factories with less than 35 per cent Omanisation will not find themselves in the good books of the Ministry of Commerce and Industry. Dr Ali Al Sunaidi highlighted the role that expats play in the country’s economy but argued that companies failing to maintain Omanisation rates were not fulfilling their social responsibilities. Acrobats accompanied by magical chinese lanterns and music officially opened the Venice carnival on Saturday. Hundreds of visitors and spectators who had donned costumes and masks to get into the car...
Public transport in Oman is booming The first quarter of 2017 has witnessed a 40% rise in public transport use from last year Plans are underway to develop large parking spaces for those using public transport Taxis will undergo a major overhaul “Taxis will undergo a major change in the way they operate. There is a social aspect to this issue, as taxi drivers are Omani.” (Dr. Ahmed Al Futaisi - Minister of Transport and Communications) Website: http://timesofoman.com Facebook: http://facebook.com/timesofoman Twitter: http://twitter.com/timesofoman
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Oman Shipping Oman’s state-owned shipping company plans to capture a sizable share of the transport market for aggregates, which is a promising field in the country. Alizz Islamic Bank Alizz Islamic Bank has opened its ninth branch in Ibra under the patronage of Sheikh Yahiya bin Hamoud Al Maamari, Governor of North Sharqiyah. Orpic Board Oman Oil Refineries and Petroleum Industries Company (Orpic) has reconstituted its board of directors to be chaired by Dr. Mohammed bin Hamed Al Rumhi, Minister of Oil and Gas. Emirates Emirates, the Middle East's largest airline, has had a better first half in the current financial year than the same period a year ago when it reported a 75 per cent decline in profits. Stock Market Shares on the Muscat bourse reacted on profit booking Website: h...
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Transport Infrastructure Oman is expected to invest $20 billion on transport sector, especially on infrastructure projects, in the next fifteen years, according to a report. Aromatics Plant Orpic’s Aromatics Plant in Sohar recently completed a major milestone of seven years of safe and successful operations without Lost Time Injury (LTI). Sohar Port Sohar Port’s container volumes were up by over 11 per cent in the third quarter of 2016, compared to the same period of last year. Fake News Sites Google and Facebook took steps to punish fake news websites amid growing scrutiny of technology platforms for permitting false information to spread online. Stock Market Shares on the Muscat bourse staged a smart recovery with retail investors entering the market to acquire value stocks Web...
Mwasalat has chalked out a master plan for the next 20 years, which will be unveiled in October. The strategy includes developmental aspects of trying to find an integrated public system to serve all segments of the society. The aim is to achieve the highest growth rates in accordance with the quality standards with respect to public transport to reduce traffic congestion, enhance economic and social benefits by the implementation of the public transport system and to revitalise the commercial and tourism activity and the associated services.
Referred to as a "Mini Suite", the new first class seat features an 82-inch fully flat bed, with a seat width of 25.5 inches, a 23-inch TV screen, wifi IFE handset, power outlet and two USB ports. The cabin is configured for two rows of 1-2-1, with each suite featuring a "buddy seat" allowing a companion to dine at the single-piece table. The business class seat, which had already been unveiled on the carrier's two-class A330-200 aircraft last month, features a 77.5-inch fully flat bed, with a seat pitch of 82 inches, a width of 22 inches, and a 17.1-inch TV screen. There are 20 business class seats in the cabin, again configured 1-2-1 and including many of the same features as first class such as a buddy seat and power outlet. The new economy seats are configured 2-4-2, and offer a pit...
According to the government’s logistic group Oman’s own internal rail network plan is still on track, The Railway Project is designed to link all three major ports in the nation which includes Salalah, Sohar and Duqm The Telecommunications Authority warns people who buy mobile SIM cards for others in Oman that they are liable for the number registered to them Those leaving the country for good are advised to cancel their SIM card prior to their departure so it cannot be misused Turkey is eyeing tourists from Oman and other GCC countries during Eid Al Adha holidays in a bid to increase tourism numbers The sector generated over 35 billion US dollars in 2015, but recent events have taken a toll on the region. Website: http://timesofoman.com Facebook: http://facebook.com/time...
His Excellency Dr. Ahmed Mohammed Salem Al-Futaisi is the Minister of Transport & Communications of Oman. He spoke with The Prospect Group about Oman's participation in the GCC rail network. Copyright 2012 - The Prospect Group For more information, please visit: http://www.theprospectgroup.com/omans-minister-of-transport-communications-ahmed-al-futaisi-on-omans-participation-in-the-gcc-rail-network-81115/