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Oiling up for business in Oman

Oiling up for business in Oman

News   •   Aug 15, 2019 07:15 GMT

International freight forwarding and logistics company Panalpina is establishing its presence in Oman, leveraging the company’s long-standing experience in Project Solutions and the Energy sector to support the country’s burgeoning economic and infrastructural growth. Panalpina Oman expects to open its office in the capital Muscat by the end of the third quarter in 2019.

A short window for extra-long pipes

A short window for extra-long pipes

News   •   May 02, 2016 08:00 GMT

One of Panalpina’s oil and gas customers is currently engaged in a 15-year drilling program in Oman. The customer enlisted a big steel manufacturer, to supply 62 kilometers of gas pipeline to support the project. Fast track development meant the customer required longer than usual pipes. To ensure timely shipment of this irregular-shaped cargo, Panalpina’s expertise was called upon.

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Entry point to Oman: the port of Duqm

Entry point to Oman: the ...

Panalpina recently chose the port of Duqm for the delivery of 3,600 extra-long gas pipes to Oman. As a newly developed port, it was less...

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Delivery of 3,600  extra-long pipes requires extra-long trailers

Delivery of 3,600 extra-...

Gas pipeline pipes are normally 12 meters in length but these ones for a gas field in Oman were 18 meters long , each measuring 90 centim...

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Using a milk-run system, Panalpina had six months to deliver 3,600 pipes to a gas field in Oman

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As part of the milk-run system, convoys of 7 to 10 trucks left the port of Duqm each day, each trailer carrying no more than three pipes....

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