The recent arrival of an Asyad Shipping-owned container vessel at the port of Sohar marks the start of a new direct, twice monthly Asyad Line service connecting Singapore and Malaysia with Oman. The service, to be maintained with 4250 TEU class container vessels, is an extension of Asyad’s existing service between Oman and India and is the first to directly connect Singapore and Malaysia with Oman.
Asyad says it It will greatly reduce journey times and offer competitive transhipment rates through the port of Sohar. Commenting on the expansion of Asyad Shipping’s ocean freight service to Malaysia and Singapore, Ibrahim Al Nadhairi, CEO, said: “We are delighted to be directly connecting Oman, and in particular the port of Sohar, with key southeast Asian growth markets and providing exciting new opportunities to Asyad Shipping’s existing and future customers.”
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