Khalil Al Balushi (General Manager)
During the visit, Mr. Khalil Al Balushi, The General Manager of AMNAS explained AMNAS' role and services to the mariners in the Omani waters.
and the institute discussed ways to enhance the relationship and aim to develop the skills and knowledge of fishermen and trainees and to raise the awareness of fishermen using the Omani waters.
At the end of the visit, Khalil Al Balushi
thanked the institute and was pleased to see a well-equipped facility and hoped that the visit is the start of a long lasting relationship for the benefit of the fishermen.
"The lighthouses will be based in remote areas as part of AMNAS' Aids to Navigation (AtoN) project, which includes one on the southern tip of Masirah, one in Ras Madrakah, which is further south of Duqm, and the third at the eastern end of Qibliyah, also known as the Halaniyat Islands, off the Dhofar coast," Khalil Ali al Balushi, the general manager of AMNAS, told Muscat Daily.
"We are also working to boost overall maritime navigation on the Omani coastline," said Balushi
, referring to the Automatic Identification System (AIS).
Ships equipped with AIS transmitters are tracked by the AMNAS
"We can track all ships that are fitted with AIS in Omani waters," he
was represented by Mr. Khalil Al Balushi
"The successful recertification of ISO 9001: 2008 is a sign of meeting the required standards and we are always striving to improve" said Mr. Khalil Al Balushi
the General Manger of AMNAS