Since 2003, SOHAR has formed deep and enduring bonds with the local community and has helped to transform the port city through a range of social, cultural and economic initiatives. This is the place where you’ll discover the many SOHAR Port and Freezone projects and initiatives that have helped bring about positive change. 

Skills development, cultural activities, sports and health, and environmental issues are high on our agenda. We work closely with local schools, Government agencies, and businesses to contribute to sustainable growth, and promote an inclusive and thriving community.

Growing local businesses

SOHAR has signed agreements worth 670,000 OMR with four Omani service providers. SOHAR CEO Andre Toet said the deals were driven by a desire to provide opportunities for local businesses as the number of multinationals at SOHAR grows. National Marine Services, Sami National Service Trading, Falaj Al- Qabael International, and Al Batinah International Engineering will provide general, construction, marine, and maintenance services as part of their respective agreements.

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