7 Jan 2020
Oman Oil and Orpic Group’s new corporate brand ‘OQ’ to take center stage at Plastex and Plastivision
Following the announcement in 2018 of the integration of its nine business units, Oman Oil and Orpic Group will introduce its new corporate brand “OQ” to the international arena this January at Plastex 2020 (Hall 1, B10) and Plastivision 2020 (Hall 4, C3-1).
Modern and bold, the new corporate identity unlocks a prosperous new integrated future for Oman Oil and Orpic Group, with the letter “O” representing One Community and One Vision and the letter “Q” reminding us all of the need to Question the present and the ongoing Quest to create a better future.
“OQ is all about embracing momentum, new horizons and opportunities, such as the huge potential of addressing the ever-growing demand for sustainable polymer solutions – especially in the areas of packaging, industrial, agriculture and automotive,” explains Talal Al Awfi, Chief Commercial Officer, OQ.
During Plastex and Plastivision, OQ will share its polymer vision for the MENA region, the market in India and beyond. By building on existing partnerships and developing new ones, the agile company is focused on creating solutions that help its customers reduce material costs, improve efficiency and meet sustainability targets.
“The audience attending these Cairo and Mumbai shows are important to us. We understand their challenges and are looking forward to working with them as their dedicated partner to help take plastics forward while embodying share, care and dare in everything we do,” Al Awfi adds.
To learn more about how OQ is set to be a catalyst for change as one of the global players in polymers, visit its event website at www.OQevents.com.
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Notes for editors
Our strategic integration journey will form one of the Sultanate’s largest integrated energy companies. In line with the country’s forward-thinking strategy to nurture a more sustainable and diversified economy, the newly formed entity will position itself amongst global hydrocarbon players by capitalising on opportunities across the value chain, while simultaneously building an environment where talent thrives.
Ensuring a seamless and robust transformation, an integration programme called Nakhla was launched in December 2018 to spearhead the formation of the company from nine core companies, namely Orpic; Oman Oil Company Exploration and Production; Oman Gas Company; Duqm Refinery; Salalah Methanol Company; Oman Trading International in Muscat; OXEA and Salalah Liquified Petroleum Gas. Today, we focus on facilitating local and international private participation in the oil and gas sectors to increase value for shareholders and reap greater benefits for the nation.