National Ferries Company

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Shinas College of Technology
Business Studies Department
BAMG1100-Introduction to Business
Summer Semester 2010-2011

National Ferries Company (NFC)

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Introduction
National Ferries Company is the first company in the Sultanate of Oman which is operating the fastest ferries in the world. NFC offers ferries as boats that transport people or vehicles across a body of water and operates on a regular schedule. However, this company aims to help improving maritime transport of passengers, and goods, encourage internal trading, provide job opportunities for national cadres, help the government provides services to remote coastal areas, provide urgent aid services in case of natural disasters. This report will focus several parts including: Company history.

Company vision and mission.
Company management.
Organization structure.
Company products and services.
Financial information.

Company history
The National Ferries Company was established in January 9,2006. It is a significant investment for the maritime transport infrastructure completely owned by the government of the Sultanate of Oman. The exceptional challenges of the long coastlines of the Sultanate, which are more 3000 km long, make this service necessary for people to save time and enjoy the picturesque costs of the country. Nowadays, both locals and tourists enjoy this service since its inauguration on 23rd July 2008. In addition to their speed, more than100km/h, the ferries Shinas and Hormuz sail on the longest local maritime lines (225 NM) for high-speed ferries around the world.

Company vision and mission
NFC vision:
The National Ferries Company looks confidently and positively to the future through the vital development role it plays in the long-term development plan of the country (Oman 2020) especially with the completion of the basic preparations in all harbors that the ferries will...
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