Muscat, An Iranian business delegation visited

today the headquarters of the Public Establishment for Industrial

Estates (PEIE) at the Knowledge Oasis Muscat.

The delegation was briefed on the investment climate in the

Sultanate and the available opportunities in the various industrial

estates which pertain to PEIE in the different governorates of the

Sultanate. The delegates were also acquainted with the value adding

services offered by PEIE to investors.

The delegates were briefed on the vision of PEIE, which is to

enhance the Sultanate’s position as a leading regional centre of

manufacturing, ICT, innovation and entrepreneurship excellence, and

its mission in attracting industrial investments and providing continued

support, through regionally and globally competitive strategies, good

infrastructure, value adding services, and easy governmental

processes.

A brief on the technology arm of PEIE � the Knowledge Oasis

Muscat, was also given by PEIE officials. The Knowledge Oasis Muscat

acts as an ideal environment for the growth and prosperity of

companies specialised in the field of Information and Communication

Technology in Oman. Moreover, the objectives of PEIE’s investment

arm � Shumookh Investment and Services SAOC were highlighted.

Shumookh was established in 2010 to develop globally competitive

industrial infrastructure in the industrial estates of PEIE and create the

best environment for the growth of industries in Oman through the

attraction of strategic partnerships to invest and implementation of

diverse infrastructure development projects in the industrial estates

pertaining to PEIE.

The Iranian delegation was also briefed on Masar Investment

Window, which aims at completing license transactions in a fast and

effective manner within a relatively short period of time. Masar

endeavours at providing a flexible, easy and transparent interaction

between the business community and the government bodies, besides

providing a reliable and secure environment for the companies to

conduct day-to-day transactions with the concerned bodies.

Source: Oman News Agency

Muscat, An Iranian business delegation visited

today the headquarters of the Public Establishment for Industrial

Estates (PEIE) at the Knowledge Oasis Muscat.

The delegation was briefed on the investment climate in the

Sultanate and the available opportunities in the various industrial

estates which pertain to PEIE in the different governorates of the

Sultanate. The delegates were also acquainted with the value adding

services offered by PEIE to investors.

The delegates were briefed on the vision of PEIE, which is to

enhance the Sultanate’s position as a leading regional centre of

manufacturing, ICT, innovation and entrepreneurship excellence, and

its mission in attracting industrial investments and providing continued

support, through regionally and globally competitive strategies, good

infrastructure, value adding services, and easy governmental

processes.

A brief on the technology arm of PEIE � the Knowledge Oasis

Muscat, was also given by PEIE officials. The Knowledge Oasis Muscat

acts as an ideal environment for the growth and prosperity of

companies specialised in the field of Information and Communication

Technology in Oman. Moreover, the objectives of PEIE’s investment

arm � Shumookh Investment and Services SAOC were highlighted.

Shumookh was established in 2010 to develop globally competitive

industrial infrastructure in the industrial estates of PEIE and create the

best environment for the growth of industries in Oman through the

attraction of strategic partnerships to invest and implementation of

diverse infrastructure development projects in the industrial estates

pertaining to PEIE.

The Iranian delegation was also briefed on Masar Investment

Window, which aims at completing license transactions in a fast and

effective manner within a relatively short period of time. Masar

endeavours at providing a flexible, easy and transparent interaction

between the business community and the government bodies, besides

providing a reliable and secure environment for the companies to

conduct day-to-day transactions with the concerned bodies.

Source: Oman News Agency