Established in September 2006, Oman Drydock Company (ODC) is wholly owned by an Oman Government holding company ASYAD. ODC is a prime example of economic diversification for the country.
ODC has a diverse business portfolio, which covers broad revenues streams such as Ship repair and Conversion, Industrial Fabrication, Naval Engineering, Offshore Engineering and Shipbuilding. Operating graving docks, which are among the largest in The Middle East, ODC holds a geographical advantage of being at the Indian Ocean and in the proximity of the busiest shipping routes in the world.
The company had 10-year management contract with Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering Co., Ltd (DSME) (South Korea), a leading shipbuilder in the world, which included the transfer of experience, technology and knowhow; the agreement expired on Sep 2016.
ODC has successfully delivered over 600 projects from more than 50 countries across the world. The international certifications such as ISO 9001, OHSAS 18001 and ISO EMS14001, signify the commitment of the company to achieve the highest standards in performance delivery and customer satisfaction.
The company has recently signed a joint venture agreement with Babcock International Group (UK) to establish a subsidiary, Duqm Naval Dockyard (DND), to provide the engineering solutions to international navies. DND is fully capable to perform complex scale jobs covering all the categories of Naval Ships.
ODC has establishment partnerships for technical and engineering support with a number of renowned international companies, the extensive cooperation with these companies enables ODC to manage large projects efficiently.