Shalala concludes 2020 with record volume of 4.34 million TEU
OMAN's Port of Shalala finished 2020 with a record-breaking container volume of 4
25 January 2021 - 19:00
'This is an impressive accomplishment considering the team has also achieved a new record in productivity on top of the record volume,' said port chief operations officer Scott Selman.
The year 2020 had an unprecedented global impact on supply chain efficiencies with all players facing existential challenges which required fast, flexible, proactive and a very collaborative approach with all stakeholders for survival.
Results have been attributed to the commitment and dedication displayed by the staff at every level across the organisation and a strong commitment of its customers and business partners.
The Port of Shalala also highlighted the collaboration and remarkable efforts of various government agencies like ROP, Ministry of Health, Ministry of Transport and Information Technology and ASYAD to name a few.
'While the year 2020 has undoubtedly been one of the most challenging years the world has witnessed, it was a privilege to lead a team that went above and beyond to ensure that our customers' supply chain were functional and operational during these uncertain times and also mitigated any adverse impact to the local economy to the maximum extent possible,' said port CEO Mark Hardeman.
Throughout 2020, the staff displayed extreme caution and discipline in following the safety protocols as well as Covid precautions as prescribed from time to time. This not only helped minimize the infections amongst the port staff but also ensured that the terminal operations continued in an undisrupted manner.
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