Oman port says it can offload cargo for vessels delayed in Red Sea

Oman’s Port of Duqm said on Monday March 29th that it was ready to provide storage options, transhipment, and bunkering solutions for containers, RORO units, and any vessel types looking for a haven in the Middle East

The company said in a Twitter thread that the port was also ready to mitigate the situation being faced by shipping operators who have their ships stuck on the Red Sea side of the Suez Canal.

It said that “these ships can explore the options of offloading their containers or their cargo at the port, for temporary storage and later on, through the deployment of specific relief ships of varying sizes, decide to clear these back logs for final delivery to the destination points.”