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Opportunity to gain valuable industrial experience at Oman Cables for a future career

To apply for the Program starting 2019 and for more details on the program please visit the following link:   Program Brief: Oman Cables Industry SAOG (OCI) in collaboration with the Prysmian Group [...]

September 24th, 2018|

Nama Group signs new RO 400 Million Contract

Oman Cables has been a long standing supporter of the Nama group championing a strong era of local supply to the Electrical Utilities across The Sultanate of Oman with a mix of 11-33Kv electrical [...]

May 7th, 2018|

Oman Cables Industry Develops In House Technical Training Course

  Oman Cables Industry Develops In House Technical Training Course Part of building the capabilities of The Electrical Utilities in Oman comes from imparting Technical knowledge to ensure the strategic development of Technical Engineering Staff.   [...]

May 28th, 2017|

Be cautious of risky counterfeit wires and cables

Every day there is news about properties and human life lost due to fire accidents. Some of these are caused by electrical faults. The main components of electrical systems in a residential or a commercial [...]

May 3rd, 2017|

Building Wire Line Omanization Program

During 2016, OCI has completed Project 11 which included relocating all Building Wire line machines into the new bay of Plan 2 Hall 2. In line with OCI’s Omanization strategy, the company has set a [...]

December 18th, 2016|

Fire Extinguisher Distribution Event

Oman Cables Industry distributed fire extinguishers to all its employees Oman Cables Industry has always been committed towards contribution to the national economy and the safety of all its employees. The company believes in giving [...]

October 25th, 2016|

Project Description

Duqm Dry Dock

Project Details

ProjectDuqm Dry Dock
End UserOman Dry Dock
PO ValueRO 2 Million
OCI productsMV & LV Cables and Wires

Project Description

The project is priming, showcasing the facility’s new ship repair yard. The facility was conceived as a fully integrated ship repair services hub.

The Oman Dry-dock project is being handled by a joint venture between Daewoo Shipbuilding and Marine Engineering and the government. The $800 million world-class ship repair facility is scheduled to be operational by March 2011 and will have the capacity to handle anything up to 600,000-tonne oil and gas supertankers. When fully on track, the Duqm Drydock will generate an anticipated $210 million in annual revenue and employ 3,500 people by 2020.