Mark Geilenkirchen, CEO of Sohar Port and Freezone, stated, “Sohar Port and our partner Port of Rotterdam not only share professional expertise but also the same passion for football. The beautiful game has a huge fan base and following here in Sohar, and the teams from our tenant companies always look forward to taking part in the annual competition.”
The 2018 Sohar Port and Freezone Cup sees more than 500 participants divided amongst 32 teams, and more than 60 matches performed more than the course of the competitors.
The teams contain folks from each and every of the tenant organizations primarily based at Sohar Port and Freezone, as effectively as contractors and sub-contractors. The game-play brings with each other a mix of Omanis and expatriates from numerous walks of life, coming with each other on typical ground to hone their teamwork abilities and celebrate a passion for football.
“Football is a sport that surpasses all boundaries and cultures, inspiring unity and promoting a healthy active lifestyle. It also teaches the principles of dedication and cooperation and promotes teamwork and healthy competition. These are all qualities that we look to promote when expanding our business and to achieve our long-term objective of becoming a leading logistics hub in the region,” added Geilenkirchen.
For a lot more details on Sohar Port and Freezone, pay a visit to soharportandfreezone.com.
Information Source: Muscat Daily