Resource Tech International opens office in Oman.
Resource Tech International (RTI) has launched its business in Oman, a press release said. International fleet management speA[degrees] cialist RTI selected Oman to be its regional hub to roll out its inteA[degrees] grated services to the defence and security industry plus government and commercial fleets in Oman, the Middle East, East Africa and South East Asia. RTI already enjoys a longA[degrees]term agreeA[degrees] ment with the ROP and Jens Terkelsen, managing director of RTI, decided to show further commitment to Oman by establishing a LLC company using business representation specialist Bondoni.
"RTI has similar businesses in UK, Pakistan, Morocco and West Africa and I am optimistic that we can deliver the same quality and range of services to Oman and other countries in the region. Our short term plan is to deliver international standards of fleet manA[degrees] agement at competitive rates and to develop our team by training and employing Omanis as mechanics and fleet services managers," Jens said. Feroze Iqbal, managing director of RTI Pakistan, stressed that RTI is using cutting edge technology to achieve the desired results for its customers.
"The partnership has made an excellent start as we were estabA[degrees] lished as an LLC along with offices in a matter of a few weeks. Government and private organisations are already showing a great deal of interest in the customised packages that RTI offers, ranging from armoured and defence vehicles to commercial fleets with a variety of size and types of vehicles," said Charles Shaw, CEO of Bondoni. "Despite the economic downturn, it is reassuring to recognise that there remains interest and commitment from international businesses such as RTI to set up and do business in Oman."
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