The Oxford Business Group is pleased to announce our media partnership with TransOman Conference 2010, which will take place on 10-11 October, 2010, at the Golden Tulip Hotel in Muscat, Oman, under the auspices of the country’s Ministry of Transport and Communications. In this respect, we have pleasure in sending you a letter from the conference team.
Dear Oxford Business Group subscribers,
The primary goal of TransOman is to provide a comprehensive event that can lift the profile of the Transport, Shipping and Logistics sectors in the Sultanate of Oman whilst promoting Oman as a major global logistics hub. The 2009 TransOman Expo and Conference received unprecedented attention from the industry and we expect even more from TransOman 2010 which will further contribute towards this vision.
Last year’s TransOman Expo, Conference and PDO Vendor’s Forum was a great success for the vast majority of those who exhibited, sponsored or visited the show from Oman, the GCC Region and beyond. The number of deals signed and partnerships formed stands as a testament to TransOman 2009’s success.
TransOman 2010, will include new, exciting and innovative features building on the strengths of 2009’s event. Available floor space in the exhibition is set to increase by more than 50% with new sections for complementary industries such as Oil and Gas, Heavy Machinery, Material Handling and Information Technology.
In addition, this year’s TransOman will also host the first Oman Logistics Excellence Awards which aims to recognise outstanding achievements and innovative contributions of companies and professionals in Oman’s logistics sector.
We encourage you to take advantage of the many benefits available to you and your organisation and anticipate your involvement in this exciting show.
Our Chief Guest
H.E. Eng. Said Bin Hamdoon Al Harthy
Undersecretary of Ports & Maritime Affairs
Ministry of Transport & Communication, Sultanate of Oman
Top Executives Confirmed!
Jan H. Meijer, CEO, Port of Sohar
Peter Ford, CEO, Port of Salalah
George Bellew, CEO, Oman Airports Management Company
Saud Bin Ahmed Al Nahari, CEO, Port Services Corporation
M.J. Park, CEO, Oman Drydock Company
Douglas Kent, Chairman, European Supply Chain Council
Dr. John Gattorna, Global ‘Thought Leader, Adviser & Author
Gain Invaluable Insights from Key Industry Leaders Including:
Eng. Said Bin Khalfan Al Shukaili, Director of Projects, Ministry of Transport and Communication, Sultanate of Oman
Eng. Saleh Bin Khalifa Al Shukaili, Director of Designs & Chairman of Technical Team – Road Designs, Ministry of Transport and Communication, Sultanate of Oman
Warith Al Kharusi FCILT, Chairman, Oman Logistics & Supply Chain Association (under formation)
Sulaiman Al Shaqsi, Logistics Manager, Petroleum Development Oman
Will Wright, Head Industrial & Logistics Consultancy, Cluttons Middle East
Jamal T. Aziz, Deputy CEO, SIPC & CEO, Free Zone Sohar
Sudhir Rangenekar, Chief Executive Officer, Oman Shipping Company
David Jacoby, President, Boston Strategies International
Steve Harley, Vice President, Global Business Development- Oil & Energy, DHL Global
Jesper Mertner, Head of Section, Planning & Traffic Engineering Road Safety Auditor Transport Planning, COWI Partners
Dennis Percy, Former Middle East Business Unite Leader, JMJ Associates
Mohammed Aufait Al Mashani, HSSE Senior Manager, Port of Salalah
Nigel Moore, Managing Director, Logistics Executive Middle East & Africa
Irene Rosberg, Director-Executive MBA in Shipping & Logistics, Copenhagen Business School
Tel: +968 24 564 303
Fax: +968 24 565 165