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Model Y Port of Koper Last year, Tesla selected the Port of Koper as one of its entry points in Europe for its vehicles produced in China.

More recently, Tesla also started to export the first Berlin-built Model Y from Koper.

The Port’s strategic position allows for even shorter intervals between production and deliveries and reduced transport-related CO2 emissions. In Koper, Tesla also benefits from our automotive logistics expertise which positions us among the top terminals in Europe.

Teeside International Airport Teesside International Airport Cargo is now LIVE.

Over the last 12 months we have been working on the £2.5m build of our new cargo hangar, which is now ready for business – and we now hold both Regulated Agent and ITSF status.

Our state-of-the-art cargo facility is a key piece of infrastructure to unlock global import and export potential, connecting local businesses to international marketplaces. The facility also sits within the UK’s first and largest Freeport. The Freeport benefits go beyond customs deferment on import here at TIA as all Teesside Freeport locations are linked, benefitting importers and exporters by land, air, and sea.

Not only is the North-East a net-exporting region with some huge businesses on our doorstep, but the Tees Valley region also leads in sectors such as energy and renewables, advanced manufacturing and life sciences.

The Tees Valley has huge ambitions – to become the world’s first Net Zero Industrial Cluster. Here at Teesside Airport, we are no exception. Like you, we are committed to delivering on our Net Zero mission, which is why we are aiming to become the first hydrogen-ready airport in the UK - our operational equipment is either hydrogen, electric or solar powered, giving you confidence that your operation at Teesside is sustainable too.

Centrally located in the middle of the UK, and with the Tees Valley having one of the UK’s fastest moving road commuter networks, we are ideally situated to move goods North or South with ease. Our airport also boasts a 2291m runway and is not slot-constrained in the same way as other ports, allowing for greater flexibility and faster processing. Given the challenges faced at the larger ports up and down the country, we are confident in our commitment to you that we will provide you with a fast and reliable service. You can find out more about our extensive airport capabilities on our attached Aerodrome Fact Sheet.

In line with our commitment to better service, we have some highly competitive rates for operators, and these can be found in our attached Schedule of Charges.

We can offer the following services: Security screening; Customs clearance utilising our freight forwarding community; Pallet weighing and netting; Dangerous goods (contact us for further information); Temporary storage for up to 90 days.

We would welcome the opportunity to work with you more closely and explore how we can also meet the needs of your clients. We therefore welcome those who wish to apply for a shed ID here at TIA: for your information, Teesside International Airport shed ID is MMETVS.

Rhenus CEIV Rhenus successfully obtained the Center of Excellence for Independent Validators in Pharmaceutical Logistics (CEIV Pharma) certification from the International Air Transport Association (IATA) for its Istanbul Airport branch, becoming a leading logistics service provider in the Turkish market for Life Sciences & Healthcare.

The CEIV certification ensures that Rhenus meets the compliance requirements for the handling of pharmaceutical products, such as Good Distribution Practices (GDP) by the European Union, World Health Organization Pharmacopeia standards and IATA temperature control regulations. Rhenus also benchmarks the activities in Turkey towards domestic, international and IATA conditions while mitigating the impact and the risks, with technological improvements such as customised IoT solutions, real-time tracking and monitoring.

“The IATA CEIV certification is a big milestone in serving the Turkish Life Sciences & Healthcare community and also acting as a regional hub with comprehensive industry solutions,” says Stephan Dülk, Global Head of Life Sciences and Healthcare at Rhenus Air & Ocean. “At Rhenus, we are building a global Life Sciences & Healthcare network that fully meets the regulatory requirements of the pharmaceutical Industry, setting highest standards in terms of service, quality, product integrity and patient safety."

Rhenus obtained the certification in only 16 months, with rigorous preparations across pharmaceutical product handling and transportation, staff competency, procedures, risk assessment and infrastructure, directly involving a team of experts among the Air Freight and Road Freight, Sales, Quality, HR and IT Departments.

“Our goal is to ensure service excellence for pharmaceuticals,” says Mert Gedikçi, Director of Rhenus Turkey. “This is also a source of motivation for us, because we fulfill our human responsibility towards society.”

Thanks to this achievement and its global presence, Rhenus expects to increase its shipping volumes in Turkey by 25 percent, with a 24/7 service offered at Istanbul Airport and a strategical position that connects the Far East and Europe.

Rhenus in Turkey counts 190 experts located in eleven branches throughout the country, covering logistics and freight forwarding solutions for Air, Ocean and Road Freight, Project Cargo and Warehousing, while offering comprehensive end-to-end logistics services with full transparency and customised solutions.

Port of Antwerp BrugesOnce again this year, Port of Antwerp-Bruges is highlighting litter.

After the great success of the 2021 Port Cleanup campaign, the Port Authority is now opting for a #PortCleanUpChallenge2022. Companies active at the port will be challenged, just like the Port of Antwerp-Bruges' own employees, to clean up as much litter as possible at the port. The starting gun was fired today during a cleanup campaign at the port. After the cleanup month, an artwork made from roadside litter will be awarded. The sponsorship of the Challenge is being taken on by Jean-Paul '10 minutes a day' Meus.

Litter does not belong in the Scheldt, in nature or at the port. In recent years, the Port Authority has been working with companies at the port to raise awareness of preventing litter and floating debris, and of cleanup efforts and innovations to address this problem. Port of Antwerp-Bruges itself is also taking a great deal of action to tackle the problem: every day, for example, port tornadoes clean up litter at the port of Antwerp, while Patje Plastic and waste collection boat Condor are doing away with floating debris and drones are being deployed to detect floating debris. In Zeebrugge, the green workers from 360° Groen are helping to clean up mess in the port area. Along with Mooimakers, Port of Antwerp-Bruges launched an awareness campaign aimed at truckers in 2021, a Cleanliness Index was developed, and drones were deployed in the battle against floating debris on the Scheldt and in the docks, etc.

In 2021, (the former) Port of Antwerp also organised a Port Cleanup campaign in collaboration with Mooimakers and Natuurpunt. No fewer than 1,200 people participated.

Vice Mayor for the port, urban development, spatial planning and patrimony, and President of Port of Antwerp-Bruges, Annick De Ridder: "Our port is the economic engine of Flanders, providing no fewer than 164,000 jobs as well as the necessary passage. Precisely because a clean port is a pleasant port to work at, we are launching the #PortCleanUpChallenge2022. Armed with a litter picker, gloves, boots and rubbish bag, we will be going to war against litter today. It's a warm-hearted call-out to all the people and companies working at our port to do the same in the month of September ... and to keep the port clean afterwards as well. It is therefore our explicit ambition to be the very first world port to reconcile economy, people and environment in a sustainable way."

This year, Port of Antwerp-Bruges is challenging the entire port community from Antwerp to Zeebrugge, as well as its own employees, to set up as many campaigns as possible for clearing up litter at the port. Both maritime and non-maritime companies at the port can participate. The kick-off for this campaign will be given today by Chair Annick De Ridder and Jean-Paul Meus. On 20 September, Vice Chair Dirk De fauw will be getting to work near Zelzatebrug at the port of Zeebrugge.

CEO Jacques Vandermeiren: "The Port Authority attaches great importance to the battle against litter. Beyond September, we also implement policies throughout the year to keep public spaces at the port free of waste, from Antwerp to Zeebrugge. The port must be a clean environment to work in, and that's not just about the environment. This Port Cleanup Challenge will also help us to further strengthen the community feeling at the port, including between companies in Antwerp and Zeebrugge."

Participating port companies will communicate on LinkedIn about their campaign by using the tag #PortCleanupChallenge2022.

Vice President for Port of Antwerp-Bruges Dirk De fauw: "I am now challenging all the companies in Zeebrugge to help clean up the mess. I'm sure they will roll up their sleeves to take on this challenge and start making a solid contribution against litter." ​

Jean-Paul Meus is known in Antwerp as an activist against litter with his '10 minutes a day'. After having initiated numerous campaigns against litter, he is now throwing his weight behind the campaign organised by Port of Antwerp-Bruges.

Jean-Paul Meus: "I myself have been cleaning up for 10 minutes a day for more than 2,300 days in a row. Litter is everyone's battle. I'm very happy that our port is taking this seriously, so I'm happy to take on the sponsorship of the Challenge. 17 September is World Cleanup Day and that's when I'd like to get as many people as possible into cleaning up litter."

The Challenge also comes with a prize. The company that shared the most fun and original team photo of the campaign during the Cleanup Month will receive a trophy during the month of October.

The Antwerp-based 'Trash Kids Club' will provide the trophy

Artist collective 'Trash Kids' will provide this trophy for the winner. The 'Trash Kids' have long been known to be creative with Antwerp's litter. They will create an artwork from Antwerp roadside litter for the winner.

The Port Cleanup Challenge is being supported by 360° Groen, Mooimakers and Natuurpunt.

ethiopian B787Ethiopian Airlines, the largest carrier in Africa, and Travelport, a global technology company that powers bookings for hundreds of thousands of travel suppliers worldwide, announced a new agreement.

The renewed deal includes distribution on the Travelport+ platform, including New Distribution Capability (NDC) content from Ethiopian Airlines. This agreement expands the ongoing travel retailing and distribution relationship between Travelport and Ethiopian, who was ranked the number one airline within the African continent by Business Insider earlier this year.

Both companies are in the process of developing a strategic plan to provide agents access to NDC content and functionality from Ethiopian Airlines in the Travelport+ platform. As part of the agreement, Ethiopian Airlines will also become a new participant in Travelport’s Rich Content & Branding (RC&B) program. As a top 100 carrier booked through Travelport, the carrier is laying the foundation to ensure that Travelport connected agencies can access the most robust, enriched Ethiopian Airlines’ content following its current fleet expansion.

“As we are now investing in our ability to meet high demand for travel following the pandemic, it is crucial that we deepen our partnership with Travelport as they understand our need to efficiently deliver simplified access to our growing content,” said Lemma Yadecha, Chief Commercial Officer at Ethiopian Airlines. “Travelport’s enhanced multi-sourced content capabilities within the Travelport+ platform will help us to provide agents and their travelers with quick, easy access to highly relevant offers and more choices to fit their needs. Our expanded agreement with Travelport and Rich Content & Branding will further enable us to drive more value for our travelers through today’s modern travel retailing environment.”

David Gomes, Head of Regional Air Partners, EMEA at Travelport, says: “Our renewed, expanded agreement with Ethiopian Airlines to include NDC content and Travelport RC&B is a significant step in evolving and modernizing Ethiopian’s retailing strategy. Travelport+ was built to manage multiple sources of content and effectively merchandize personalized and dynamic offers, which will greatly benefit the agency community and provide a better experience for Ethiopian’s travellers.”

CP Paulo Reto children Record attendance and incredible performances during the CP Women's Open helped Canadian Pacific (CP) raise $2.5 million to support the Children's Hospital of Eastern Ontario (CHEO) Foundation and $510,000 for Perth & Smiths Falls District Hospital Foundation.

Paula Reto finished the week at 19 under par to take home her first LPGA Tour win and the $352,500 winner's share of the $2.35 USD million purse, one of the largest for a non-major on the LPGA Tour.

"The CP Women's Open returned to Ottawa with great fanfare and the best golfers in the world so that CP could raise funds to support CHEO's important work and continue the legacy of giving to the communities where our employees live and work," said Keith Creel, CP President and CEO. "The Ottawa community and the world's best golfers did not disappoint, and we are proud to be a part of this world-class tournament."

"We congratulate Paula Reto on her masterful play to win the CP Women's Open," added Creel. "It was a tremendous week of golf, but more importantly, together we have made a significant contribution to CHEO Foundation and to eastern Ontario, a key province in our network. CP is proud to continue to make a difference in communities across Canada through CP Has Heart, our community investment program supporting heart health initiatives."

The total donation is the result of several fundraising efforts of the CP Has Heart campaign. Through CP Birdies for Heart, CP contributed for each birdie made by Ottawa Hunt and Golf Club members prior to the tournament and for each birdie made by LPGA players on the 15th hole during tournament play. CP also matched all donations made during a CHEO campaign online during February, which is heart month.

"This eagerly anticipated week was beyond anything we imagined," said Steve Read, Acting President and CEO, CHEO Foundation. "When Golf Canada and the LPGA brought this world-class golf tournament to the historic Ottawa Hunt and Golf Club it was an exciting moment for everyone involved. When the generosity of this community, led by CP, turned enthusiasm and elite sport into care for young cardiology patients at CHEO, it became an inspiring reflection of what we can do when we work together. My special thanks to Lorie Kane and Brooke Henderson who showed such kindness to CHEO patient Aurora Amos as she represented all CHEO cardiology patients this week."

Perth & Smiths Falls District Hospital Foundation was the 2022 CP Women's Open community partner.

"The Foundation would like to thank CP for their support, which helped raise $510,000 for cardiac care at our hospital," said Kristine Fair, PSFDH Foundation Chair. "Overwhelming community support paired with the matching initiative that CP provided has created double the impact for our hospital. Funds raised through this partnership will allow us to purchase essential cardiac equipment that our healthcare team needs to provide the quality care our community deserves."

"CP's continued commitment to leave a meaningful legacy in the name of the CP Women's Open has been extraordinary," said Golf Canada CEO Laurence Applebaum. "We are so proud to experience the special impact of CP on the lives of countless Canadians, and we are thrilled that the CHEO Foundation, the Perth & Smiths Falls District Hospital Foundation, and the eastern Ontario community at large will benefit from their incredible generosity."

On Friday, CP celebrated Lorie Kane's remarkable golf career as she finished her 30th and final CP Women's Open.

"Lorie has made outstanding contributions to women's golf and the community, including as a CP Ambassador," said Keith Creel, CP President and CEO. "We cherish Lorie for her contributions as a CP Ambassador since 2014, and I look forward to her continuing as a significant member of the CP team promoting CP Has Heart in the community."

Qatar Airways Next Generation The world as we know it, is changing.

The pandemic has challenged long-serving, traditional structures and work processes. Digitalisation is finally taking off within the air cargo industry, and the past two years have shown that resilience, courage, and embracing change yield the best results. These elements have led to the emergence of the Next Generation approach which induces a corporate mindset shift. Thanks to its many dedicated employees across the world, Qatar Airways Cargo demonstrated agility, innovation, and flexibility in the face of this extraordinary period in which the air cargo industry, as a whole, experienced major upheaval. It is this positive disruption within a crisis that Qatar Airways Cargo intends to apply to all aspects of its business.

“The future is in every decision we take – be it in technology, sustainability, diversity, the new generation of employees joining our company, our products and services, and how we approach our business in general. Every move we make has consequences, and we consciously endeavour to ensure that it yields the best results for our customers and the regions we serve.” Guillaume Halleux, Chief Officer Cargo at Qatar Airways, stated. “We have a responsibility as the world's leading airline and with Next Generation we are taking our industry to the next level. There has never been a better time to set entirely new standards. We are shaping the air cargo industry of tomorrow – one that combines digital efficiencies with a unique, professional human touch. Next Generation has a clear vision to develop employees’ talents, to fully utilise digital potential, and to take a fresh, innovative approach to the business of air cargo.”

Qatar Airways Cargo will be unveiling digital enhancements and new products in the course of this year. The Next Generation launch is accompanied by a strong new logo in the airline’s corporate colours. Alongside the already familiar WeQare logo denoting Qatar Airways Cargo’s sustainability initiatives, the Next Generation logo represents the company’s core focus: an unparalleled air cargo mindset. Qatar Airways Cargo is crossing thresholds into a new way of doing business, hence the emphasised X in the word NeXt. This cross also acts as an arrow pointing to the future and to an even higher level of quality and service. With the shift to Next Generation, every Qatar Airways Cargo product has been allocated its own identifying colour. These colours are incorporated in the logo whenever the particular product is featured.

Qatar Airways Cargo’s website relaunch is a further visible implementation of Next Generation. The emphasis here is on an intuitive, inviting, and optimal customer experience. In providing visually appealing, precise and clear information and fast navigation, the design responds to modern user requirements. More digital solutions and new products are being developed under the Next Generation strategy.

IMO odessaIMO Secretary-General Kitack Lim notes Black Sea Grain Initiative implementation progress and vital role of seafarers.

Secretary-General Lim was able to gain first-hand experience of the Black Sea Grain Initiative and observe ship safety and port management is being implemented.

IMO Secretary-General Kitack Lim has highlighted the significant progress on the implementation of Black Sea Grain Initiative and critical role of seafarers in delivering global trade, during a visit to Odesa, Ukraine.

In Odesa, on Monday (29 August), Secretary-General Lim was able to gain first-hand experience of the Black Sea Grain Initiative and hear how ship safety and port management is being implemented.

"I appreciate the UN and all other stakeholders for the establishment of the Black Sea Grain Initiative and its excellent implementation. The initiative has paved the way to allow significant volumes of grain exports to move from three key Ukrainian ports in the Black Sea," said Mr. Lim.

Secretary-General Lim boarded the MV Helga, one of the ships inspected under the Black Sea Grain Initiative and approved to journey to Odesa to pick up grains from Ukraine for export.

“I am deeply appreciative to see the strong commitment of the seafarers to support the Initiative. The safety and well-being of seafarers is my top priority. I am pleased that the designated maritime humanitarian corridor under the initiative is allowing seafarers to do their job and deliver vital foodstuffs. IMO instruments, including the International Ship and Port Facility Security (ISPS) Code, underpin safe and secure shipping everywhere and especially through the Black Sea,” Mr. Lim said.

The IMO Secretary-General was hosted by Mr. Oleksandr Kubrakov, Minister of Infrastructure in the Government of Ukraine and the two had a fruitful discussion during the visit.

Since the start of the conflict in Ukraine, IMO’s priority has been to support the welfare of seafarers, recognizing that the need for international shipping to move freely and unhindered is critical to the continuous operation of global supply chains, for the benefit of all peoples of the world.

The Black Sea Grain Initiative specifically allows for significant volumes of foodstuffs. The Joint Coordination Centre has been established in Istanbul, with representatives from Ukraine, the Russian Federation, and Türkiye, under United Nations auspices, to coordinate the safe passage of ships of all flags. As of 1 September, the total tonnage of grain and other foodstuffs exported from the three Ukrainian ports is 1,677,396 metric tons. A total of 146 voyages (78 inbound and 68 outbound) have been enabled so far.  IMO provided legal and technical expertise to the Joint Coordination Centre to initiate its work..

“Procedures for Merchant Vessels” engaged in the Initiative are mandatory requirements pursuant to IMO’s International Convention for the Safety of Life at Sea (SOLAS) Regulation XI-2/11 and the International Ship and Port Facility Security (ISPS) Code, Part A, section 4.2 and Part B, section 4.26, and as a condition of port entry or departure to or from the Ukrainian ports. 

DHL Formula E DHL and the ABB FIA Formula E World Championship completed Season 8 earlier this month at the Hana Bank Seoul E-Prix in South Korea.

They announced the winner of the first DHL & Formula E Together Green Award: Monica de Russis from "Amigos en el Camino", crowned as the "Together Green Global Hero". The award recognizes local heroes who have contributed significantly to a more sustainable and/or social world through their organizations. This final race of the season also marked the 100th Formula E race - and, therefore, the 100th race delivered by DHL. With their expertise in sustainable logistics, DHL decarbonized all of Formula E's road and sea transport during the entirety of Season 8.

Monica de Russis is the president of the Argentinian organization, "Amigos en el Camino" (Friends on the Road). She organizes a big team of volunteers that go out to the streets of Buenos Aires six days a week to give food, hot coffee and soup, clothes, blankets, and a friendly chat to homeless people. Monica has been helping homeless people for around ten years, feeding over 1,000 individuals weekly. The prize money will be invested in paying for the rent of their storage facility and base of operations and buying materials for the construction of portable shelters, for example, or coats that can be converted into sleeping bags.

"The DHL & Formula E Together Green Award is meant to call attention to heroes like Monica and hopefully amplify the impact she is having. Together with Formula E we have found an initiative that has stood out for its strong commitment," says Arjan Sissing, Head of Group Brand Marketing at Deutsche Post DHL Group.

"Monica really makes a difference in the world with "Amigos en el Camino" and helps people in need so selflessly. It's individuals like her, with their everyday engagement and commitment, who are crucial to moving the needle," says Julia Palle, Sustainability Director at Formula E, who was also one of the four judges to pick the winner.

DHL has the exclusive rights for the DHL & Formula E Together Green Award, selecting sustainability heroes across the globe at each ABB FIA Formula E World Championship race country. Throughout the season, a local hero was recognized for their positive action in building a more sustainable future either environmentally and/or socially. The three finalists attended the Hana Bank Seoul E-Prix and had the opportunity to pitch their cases to the four judges: Julia Palle, Formula E Sustainability Director; Ana Cabello, Formula E Senior Partnership Manager; Byungkoo Han, DHL Express Country Manager, South Korea; and Veronica Sanchez, DHL Senior Global Sponsoring Manager. The primary winner receives a EUR 10,000 grant, while both runners-ups, Joshua Aquinde from Hawaii and Laurah John from Saint Lucia, receive a EUR 1,000 grant.

The E-Prix in Seoul was the 100th Formula E race, therefore also being the 100th race delivered by DHL. DHL has safely transported Formula E to 24 cities in 14 countries across 6 continents, delivering over 200 Formula E race cars and batteries since inception in 2014. In 2022 alone, DHL transported over 415 tons of cargo over 70,000 kilometers around the world to support Formula E. As a leading logistics expert, DHL continuously focuses on transport solutions that minimize the environmental impact and contribute to lowering the carbon emissions of the Formula E championship. This is be done by using sustainable biofuels for road and sea freight, for example, and a multi-modal transport approach that maximizes efficiency.

"Formula E has delivered 100 races in eight seasons, and together with our trusted teams and partners, we have evolved the most futuristic electric race cars, raced in the heart of many of the world's most iconic cities and attracted a large and growing global fanbase. DHL is an important partner for us in this journey with years of expertise and tailored solutions, helping us to push the boundaries of sustainability in world class motorsport," says Jamie Reigle, CEO of Formula E.

"DHL has been by Formula E's side from the beginning, sharing the same mission for a better, cleaner future. We take care of every little detail so that the teams and drivers can perform at their best and racing fans all over the world can enjoy the experience - while still thinking about the environment", adds Sissing.

Sustainability is an important pillar in Deutsche Post DHL Group's strategy. In line with its sustainability roadmap, the Group aims to invest EUR 7 billion in clean operations and climate-neutral logistics solutions by 2030. The money will be invested in purchasing and developing sustainable fuels, electrifying the last-mile fleet and building new climate-friendly buildings.

Air Canada Envirotainer Air Canada Cargo will be the first Canadian operator to use the new live monitored, temperature-controlled certified aircraft containers, the Envirotainer Releye RLP and larger RAP, as part of the AC Absolute solution.

The Releye RLP and RAP containers are designed to meet the strictest requirements in pharmaceutical air freight. With their unsurpassed 170 hours of autonomy (more than one week) on a single battery charge, it will maintain the temperature and protect the cargo longer than any other available solution.

These containers enter service following the recent inauguration of Air Canada Cargo’s new cold chain handling facility at its Toronto Pearson International Airport hub, a testament to its continued focus on strong operational integrity and continued investment in cold chain infrastructure.

The Releye RLP and RAP containers are equipped with 18 integrated sensors that monitor important aspects during shipping, including their location, internal and external temperature, battery level, humidity, door openings, cargo loaded, and GPS so customers can track their shipments in real time.

Air Canada is CEIV Pharma certified by IATA, which signifies that the airline meets the highest standards of safety, security, compliance and efficiency in the transport of pharmaceuticals.

port of sohar hutchison terminalSOHAR Freezone has signed a land lease agreement with Integrated Solutions Plant and Land Services (FZC) LLC for 15,000 sqm within the Freezone to establish a liquid fertilizer plant.

The project represents an investment of OMR 2.2 million and it includes the potential for future expansion which would see the plant produce ammonium sulphate to strengthen Oman’s export sector, especially in Pakistan and Tanzania.

Omar bin Mahmood Al Mahrizi, CEO of SOHAR Freezone, and Deputy CEO of SOHAR Port said, “The addition of a new liquid fertilizer plant, in partnership with Integrated Solutions Plant and Land Services (FZC) LLC, enhances SOHAR ability to serve the local, regional, and global markets with high-quality agents for industrial production. SOHAR can offer companies in all sectors a world-class integrated logistics and industrial hub with direct shipping to key markets and broadening our tenant profile to Egypt for the first time is a key step in our ongoing expansion.”

Hussein Amin, Partner at Integrated Solutions Plant and Land Services (FZC) LLC, added, “We are delighted to establish a presence at SOHAR with the 15,000 sqm space within SOHAR Freezone, which will help us expand operations and reach new clients in developing markets. Integrated Solutions Plant and Land Services is at the forefront of producing high-grade, organic liquid fertilizer in support of growing populations and increasing needs in this sector. SOHAR represents an opportunity to connect with customers worldwide using established shipping lines and trade agreements.”

SOHAR Port and Freezone is an engine for economic diversification, sustainability, and investment in order to meet Oman’s development goals. The fully integrated industrial and logistics hub offering a wealth of attractive incentives to make doing business easier and more efficient. Businesses benefit from 100% foreign ownership, attractive local labor requirements, 0% import or export duties and 0% income tax, and the on-site One-Stop-Shop service is available to assist with the acquisition of all necessary registration, licenses, and visas. SOHAR Port operates a custom clearing service available 24 hours a day, seven days a week, and is linked to the Freezone by a bonded transport corridor that allows goods to travel between Port and Freezone within 14 minutes.

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