Sohar Port and Freezone

SOHAR Port and Freezone is a deep-sea Port and Freezone in the Sultanate of Oman, managed by SOHAR Industrial Port Company (SIPC), a 50:50 joint venture between the Port of Rotterdam and the Sultanate of Oman.

The Freezone is a 4,500 – hectare development that, together with the Port, has attracted global investments of over US$27 Billion.

As one of the fastest-growing port and free zone developments anywhere in the world, SOHAR has an abundance of space that is readily available and filling up fast. The very first phase of the Freezone is almost fully leased out, three years ahead of schedule, and some 26 companies are already reaping the benefits of unrivaled access to land, low-cost energy, and a skilled workforce.

SOHAR Freezone has options for leasing pre-built warehouses and commercial offices, as well as %100 foreign ownership, %0 import or re-export duties,%0 personal income tax, corporate tax holidays of up to 25 years, and a dedicated One-Stop-Shop for all relevant permits and clearances. Oman offers one of the most stable and business-friendly climates in the Middle East and SOHAR Freezone has become a destination of choice for regional and international investors looking for an ideal Middle East hub for trade, commerce, and industry