Omanoil and Oman National Transport Company sign five year agreement
Oman Oil Marketing Company (omanoil), one of the leading Omani fuel and lubricants marketing companies in the Sultanate, has signed a five-year fuel supply agreement with Oman National Transport Company (ONTC) for the operation of its extensive fleet of 255 buses and coaches.
The agreement was signed by Eng. Omar Ahmed Qatan, Oman Oil Marketing Company CEO and Abdullah Saalmeen Al Ajmi, Oman National Transport Company General Manager, whereby omanoil will be the sole supplier for ONTC in the coming five years.
“This agreement is an attestation to our position as a premier provider of commercial fuels and a fabric of the Sultanate’s growth and development,” expressed Eng. Qatan, “Oman National Transport Company plays a central role in the nation’s public transportation and tourism industry and we are proud to embark on this new partnership to meet the demands of a fast growing economy.”
On the occasion, Al Ajmi added, “Oman Oil Marketing Company is of vital importance to the provision of bulk fuel supplies for achieving ONTC’s objectives. Our aim is to enhance our operations by benefiting from the omanoil’s reputed and unsurpassed quality of service, customer care and in-depth expertise to provide a total package solution that caters to our requirements.”
Oman National Transport Company has been serving travelers with its large network of high standard buses and coaches for over 28 years. In line with its ever-growing expansion, ONTC continues to provide both national and international transport services to all the Sultanate’s governorates and to cities such as Dubai and Abu Dhabi in the UAE.
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