10:41am 11th February 2018
Oman recently released a blueprint for the logistics industry outlining its plans to improve the countryâ€™s soft infrastructure. The blueprint is also planning to invest in hard infrastructure like ports, rail lines and roads. The country is preparing to heavily capitalize on these groundwork as it sees to double the employment rate in its logistics sector by 2020.The investment is expected to improve both domestic and export cargo sectors which will likely open new opportunities and job vacancies within the country. By the end of the decade, Oman is eying to add more than 80, 000 logistics jobs to aid with the speedy development of the countryâ€™s logistics chain industry. Committed to the development of the eyed sector, the logistics industry of Oman is anticipated to be $7.8 billion by 2020 and in the next 25 years, it is expected to intensify by $36.4 billion.
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