Sinaw market project to boost North Sharqiyah’s economic development

Muscat – The project, currently in the implementation phase, will be spread over 163,000 square meters, and will be constructed at a cost of RO 340,000.

Highlighting Sinaw Wilayat as an essential economic hub, H.E. Mahmoud bin Yahya Al Dhahli, Governor of North Al Sharqiyah, emphasized ongoing efforts to develop the wilayat, particularly in urban planning trends, food manufacturing, and revitalizing ancient markets.

The proposed resource market project, strategically located in Sinaw’s industrial zone, aims to serve as a specialized livestock market with a national scope. This initiative seeks to address the challenges posed by random animal pens scattered throughout the region, offering a centralized platform for livestock trading.
Engineer Nasser bin Khamis Al Hassani, Director General of the North Municipality, underscored the need for the project, citing substantial demand for live animals and meat products in Sinaw.

The project encompasses essential facilities, including a central market, administration building, barns for various types of livestock, slaughterhouse, fodder stores, veterinary clinic, an auction arena, and a specialized ice factory, in addition to facilities for services and logistics, most notably the mosque, restaurants, cafes, and food stores, public parking, landscaping projects, waiting sheds, and nursery stores.

The project is expected to generate direct job opportunities for Omani citizens, support small and medium enterprises, and provide a platform for local artisans and craftsmen to showcase their products.
Aligned with Oman Vision 2040, the project is poised to contribute significantly to economic growth, food security, and job creation in the Sultanate. It represents a pivotal step towards achieving sustainable development goals and fostering prosperity in the region.

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