A.P. Moller – Maersk (Maersk) has joined Khazaen Dry Port (KDP), a subsidiary of the Asyad Group, to its global ‘Port of Call’ network, which provides commercial transportation, container terminal, and reefer container services to facilitate the import and export of commodities.
Khazaen Dry Port can now be booked as a port of origin on Maersk.com, providing Maersk’s customers with a time and cost-efficient solution through Muscat, Oman A.P. Moller – Maersk has added Khazaen Dry Port (KDP), part of the Asyad Group, to its extensive ‘Port of Call’ network, which offers business transportation, container terminal, and reefer container services to easily import and export goods. Maersk is devoted to developing and delivering integrated logistics solutions to its customers. KDP benefits from a strategic location closer to Maersk’s customers’ production clusters in and around Muscat, as well as the access it provides to worldwide markets. Maersk is implementing time- and cost-efficient solutions for its customers by connecting KDP to its port network and delivering land freight and value-added solutions to and from KDP. The long-term commercial arrangement with Maersk fits Asyad’s purpose of facilitating trade and assisting local merchants in conducting business successfully at international standards. It strengthens KDP’s global stance as an import, re-export, and transhipment hub as the country strives to become one of the region’s top logistics hubs. This combination, which emphasizes Asyad’s status as a market growth leader, is yet another step in the Group’s carefully crafted strategy to increase efficiencies and embrace better expectations across the industry.
Maersk is implementing time- and cost-efficient solutions for its customers by connecting KDP to its port network and delivering land freight and value-added solutions to and from KDP
Maersk’s objective, according to Mads Skov-Hansen, Head of Ocean Customer Logistics, Maersk West & Central Asia, is to connect and simplify customers’ supply chains by delivering integrated logistics services across land, sea, and air networks. Customers can move their goods quickly over the world thanks to their network of over 130 nations and over 730 boats. He went on to say that Oman has become a significant logistics target, particularly in terms of connectivity to global markets. Over the years, the company has teamed up with Asyad Group to strengthen their connection in order to provide the best comprehensive logistics solutions. They are delighted to add Khazaen Dry Port to their network and look forward to working even more effectively with Asyad in the years ahead.