Madayn inaugurates the Masar facilities building and service center in the industrial city of Samail

In line with Madayn Vision 2040 which aims to create world-class business cities to contribute to the economic growth of Oman, the public institution for industrial zones “Madayn” inaugurated the facilities building and the service center Masar in the industrial city of Samail under the auspices of Hilal bin Hamad Al Hasani, CEO of Madayn, and in the presence of CEOs and officials representing public and private organizations in Oman.

Developed at a cost of nearly RO4.5 million and with a total area of ​​over 16,000 m², the Facility Building at Samail Industrial City consists of 8 floors (ground floor + 7 floors) with a rental area greater than 12,000 m². The building will provide dedicated space for public and private bodies, commercial stores, banks, cafes and restaurants, food courts, telecommunications companies, among other services.

Masar service center

In addition, the Masar Service Center was inaugurated on the ground floor of the facilities building of the industrial city of Samail to improve the level of services offered to investors by speeding up and simplifying procedures, strengthening links with partners to provide integrated services to investors, as well as by strengthening relationships. with investors to ensure a safe and ideal business environment. Masar has an integrated platform to obtain the necessary approvals, permits and licenses for investment projects under one roof and within a specific timeframe.

Cooperation agreement

A cooperation agreement was signed on the sidelines of the opening ceremony of the Facility Building between Madayn represented by Samail Industrial City, Shumoookh Investment and Services and Industrial Innovation Academy. Designed to dedicate space in the facilities building to incubating, supporting and empowering small and medium enterprises, the agreement was signed by Eng. Dawood bin Salim Al Hadabi, General Manager of Samail Industrial City, Eng. Musallam bin Juma’a Al Hudaifi, CEO of Shumookh Investment and Services, and Dr. Ayman bin Abdullah Al Fudhaili, CEO of Industrial Innovation Academy.

The agreement also provides for the participation of these SMEs in workshops and events to enable the owners to carry out their projects efficiently and successfully, as well as the organization of promotional campaigns for the incubators through various marketing platforms. This cooperation agreement is in line with Madayn’s efforts to support and develop SMEs in the various governorates of the Sultanate, and demonstrates the Academy’s desire to support and empower the growth of SMEs throughout their different stages of development.

Current projects

Meanwhile, Madayn is implementing several key projects in the industrial city of Samail, including the medical fitness examination project, which is expected to open in December this year, in addition to the medical clinic. Madayn is also implementing the complementary infrastructure project in the industrial city of Samail. This includes a two-lane road linking the industrial city of Samail to the highway, where the completion rate for this project reached 89%.

This year, Samail Industrial City received 10 applications for industrial, service and commercial investment, seven of which were located. These investments will support the creation of new employment opportunities for nationals. It should be noted that the current total area of ​​Samail Industrial City touches 7.8 million m², and the leasable area reaches 5.6 million m², of which 2.1 million m² has been leased.


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