The machines are involved in cleaning of Duqm Special Economic Zone (SEZAD).
The development of the Special Economic Zone (SEZAD) of Duqm in Oman, is one of the strategic objectives of the government of the country. This area has been characterized in the past year by the growth of business and expected in the near future enlargement of the area,?integrating fisheries in the fishing port. This has led to the need to optimize the cleanup and waste management service.

Piquersa - Sultanato OMAN

The Piquersa sweepers will carry out the cleaning work in the A1 sector area for the handling and processing of fish. The increase in the daily accumulation of waste has necessitated the granting of a specific cleaning contract and this is where the Spanish form comes into play, through their well-known dragging sweepers.

The concessionaire company has entrusted on Piquersa sweepers, considering the hard cleaning conditions in which they have to work at: a large volume of waste daily and the wide variety of them, among which are fish residues, paperboard boxes, cans and plastic, as an example. It is in these conditions where sweepers Piquersa offer the greatest benefit. This fact together with the ease of use and easy maintenance that they require, were the main reasons for the choice of machinery.

With a total area of 1,777 km2 and 80 miles of coastline on the Arabian Sea, the Duqm Special Economic Zone is the largest in the Middle East and North Africa . To Piquersa, the prospects to expand its presence in the country are encouraging, based on the second phase of development of the area, which proposes the integration of aquaculture related projects, together with plans and initiatives for fish flour plants and oil, e-commerce platforms and enhanced processing units cluster.





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