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Oman's Salalah first quarter volume increases 3pc to 922,000 TEU

OMAN's Port of Salalah, the second largest container terminal in the Middle East by volume, raised its container throughput three per cent to 922,000 TEU, drawn on a 5.1 per cent revenue increase to US$35.77 million year on year.

Oman's Salalah first quarter volume increases 3pc to 922,000 TEU
23 May 2012 - 22:25

OMAN's Port of Salalah, the second largest container terminal in the Middle East by volume, raised its container throughput three per cent to 922,000 TEU, drawn on a 5.1 per cent revenue increase to US$35.77 million year on year.

The terminal's general cargo operations was up by 10 per cent at 1.621 million tonnes, according to its Port Services Company, SAOG, cited by a Dubai's Arabian Supply Chain report.

The Port of Salalah's container terminal has six fully operational berths along 2,205 metres of quay and can handle the largest vessels with its 16.5 metre - 18.5 metre approach channel.

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