Business news briefs June 30 [Times of Oman]
(Times of Oman Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) Al Batinah Power appoints temporary board chairmanMuscat: The board of directors of Al Batinah Power Company has appointed Philippe Claude Christian Langlet as a temporary director and chairman of the board following the resignation of Mario Savastano, according to a filing to the Muscat Securities Market (MSM). Oman Ceramic Company bags export order from USMuscat: Oman Ceramic Company has received an export order worth OMR58,000 from the United States of which the regular supply has already begun from January 2014. The company expects more orders from the US and increase in sales to this region by up to 30 per cent of the total export sales by the end of the year. Oman Ceramic Company also bagged a huge order worth OMR105,000 from Suhail Bahwan for the residential project in Al Hail.Al Suwadi Power appoints temporary director, chairmanMuscat: The board of directors of Al Suwadi Power Company at its meeting has appointed Philippe Claude Christian Langlet as a temporary director and chairman of the board following the resignation of Mario Savastano, according to a filing to the Muscat Securities Market (MSM). Ahmed appointed as Ernst & Young managing partnerMuscat: Ernst & Young has appointed Ahmed Al Esry as the new office managing partner at its Muscat office. Ahmed has been with the organisation's Oman practice for 15 years. In his previous role, he led Ernst & Young's tax advisory practice, with a focus on oil and gas entities in Oman. He also has extensive experience in both audit and advisory with multinational and local companies.
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