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Oman Cables Industry SAOG donates for Covid-19 relief

Oman Cables Industry SAOG, manufacturer of integrated product range of various cable types donates for the endowment fund of supporting medical services allocated by the Ministry of Health to combat ‪COVID19 across Oman.‬‬

May 18, 2020|

Prysmian Conducts Asset Management Training at Oman Cables’ Advanced Testing Lab

The 2-day training course attended by company members of NAMA Group covered a set of Strategies about effective asset management & risk analysis presented for cable systems. Theory & case studies about cable system failures & Practical session about ...

October 29, 2019|

Oman Cables conducts first Solar Training at NICD

Oman Cables in collaboration with Prysmian Group conducts its first Training on Solar Cable at NICD (Numo Institute for Competency Development) training institute. The seminar highlighted an overview of the Solar PV systems and shared innovative know...

October 9, 2019|

Mazoon Electricity Company (MZEC) Visits Oman Cables

Mazoon Electricity Company (MZEC) – A Member of Nama Group, visits Oman Cables’ Manufacturing facilities. The manufacturing plant tour was conducted by members from Dakiliya Governorate looking after Extension Projects covering areas Nizwa, Jabal Akh...

August 28, 2019|

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

To apply for the Program starting 2020 and for more details on the program please visit the following link: Program Brief: Oman Cables Industry SAOG (OCI) and Pu...

July 21, 2019|

Oman Cables Official Logo Launch Event

At an official inauguration, Oman Cables Industry (SAOG) has launched its new logo of rebranding as a reflection of its evolutionary heritage symbolizing the company’s continued development as it advances into a future characterized by further innova...

March 27, 2019|

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 cables.This year, running in parallel with the 2018 En...

May 7, 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. “Get...

May 28, 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 building are mainly the cable, switchgear, j...

May 3, 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 target to Omanize Building Wire line operators fully...

December 18, 2016|


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In Country Value

In-Country Value (ICV) is an ambitious plan embarked by the Government of the Sultanate of Oman to boost the oil and gas industry’s contribution in the socio-economic development of the Sultanate of Oman. ICV is defined as the total spend retained in country that benefits business development, contributes to human capability development and stimulates productivity in Oman’s economy. Through implementation of ICV, the aim is to induce economic growth and contribute to sustainable development through promoting human resource development and building/enhancing local capabilities by increased local sourcing of goods and services.

Oman Cables Industry has always been at the forefront of the implementation of In-Country Value (ICV) into the Sultanate of Oman since 1984. OCI has actively and successfully encompassed the main objectives and key considerations of ICV which was visional for Oman by the His Majesty Sultan Qaboos and the leading driver of the Oil and Gas Sector.

Omanization and National Training Development for ICV

As the pioneer of the non-oil industry within Oman, OCI has Omanis working across its entire facilities ranging from:

– Shareholders,
– Board members,
– General Managers /Production (managing the entire factory/plant operations) / Engineers/ Administrative / Factory and Plant Operators

OCI focuses on knowledge growth and has a dedicated Training and Development Programmes to maintain and retain OCI’s human talent, most especially local Omani talent.

National development through ‘Succession Planning’

As well as increasing the Omanization potential through employing more Omani’s for new positions, OCI has implemented the “SUCCESSION PLAN” for all positions currently.

icv1Internship Programs

icv3Education Assistance for Post and Professional Degrees

icv3E-Learning Programs through Tatweer/Tanweer

icv4Internal Training from External Training Institutions




Capital Invested

Maximize OCI’s local investment

OCI has the number 1 cables manufacturer in the world as a partner.
OCI continues to invest in fixed assets.



Maximize OCI’s procurement of local goods and services

OCI maximizes its local sourcing of goods and subcontracted services.
OCI strives in the development of national suppliers (SME)

Human Resources

OCI identifies, recruits, trains and develops Omani nationals in their workforce

OCI has maximized the development of training of Omani’s through external study support/internal training and e-learning.


Local Development

OCI maximizes its impact on the local community through a wide range of positive actions and influences

OCI contributes in Ministry initiatives.
OCI introduces international standards & technology.

OCI`s Customer

OCI always aims to add more value added services

Listens to what the customer wants.
Environmentally friendly with increased Social Support.
Maximize life cycle cost through product