TransOman Conference 2012, the premier Transport, Shipping and Logistics event, was inaugurated today, 28th May 2012, by HE Dr. Ahmed Bin Mohammed Bin Salem Al Futaisi, Minister of Transport and Communications at the Grand Hyatt.
"TransOman brings together more than 200 leading local and international related representatives every year where attendees have benefited from more than 60 experienced speakers and industry experts. This year won't be any different if not more enriching. Paying tribute to the dynamic trends and developments taking place with respect to the Ports and Shipping sector, Civil Aviation sector and Transport and Logistics sector, in contributing to the growth of the country's national economy, the Conference will put a spotlight on the abovementioned three sectors" says Mr. Ebrahim Taher, Project Manager, TransOman 2012.
The Conference focusing on Latest trends and Development in the Supply Chain and Logistics sector, Civil Aviation Development in Oman and developments and trends in the Port and Shipping sector will cover topics by experts from the industry and will benefit Government Agencies and Authorities, 3pls and 4pl Operators, Storage and warehousing providers, Supply chain professionals, Logistics and distribution experts, Carriers (Road, Rail, Sea and Air), Ship owners and operators, Ports and Freeport Operators, Aircraft manufacturers and services providers, Banks and Financial Institutions, Investors, Manufacturers and Retailers, Exporters and Importers, Consultants, analyst and academics and IT Solution Providers, all of whom are expected to grace the conference with their presence.
The organisers of TransOman 2012 would like to acknowledge and appreciate the support of its sponsor The Ministry of Transport and Communication, its supporters Port of Sohar ; Freezone Sohar ; Oman Shipping Company S.A.O.C ; Oman Charter Company S.A.O.C ; Oman Container Lines and Oman Ship Management Company S.A.O.C, its participant the International Maritime College of Oman, its media partners Robban Assafina Magazine ; Air Cargo Update ; OER Dossier ; Oxford Business Group and M2O and its Knowledge partner Frost and Sullivan.
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