Oman Qatar Insurance Company, (OQIC), a premier insurer and subsidiary of Qatar Insurance Group, has opened a new branch in Salalah’s Central Market area.
The new “full-service one-stop branch is well equipped” to offer a full range of personal insurance products (car, home and travel insurance) to existing and prospective new customers residing in the Central Market area of Salalah, the company has said in a statement.
In addition, the new branch “will enhance OQIC’s service levels in the areas of motor claims surveys, claims processing and claims settlement”, the statement notes.
The branch was inaugurated by Abdul Qadar bin Ahmed al-Haddad, acting head of Dhofar Municipality; in the presence of Ali al-Fadala, senior deputy Group president and CEO, QIC Group; Navin Kumar, acting CEO of OQIC; and senior OQIC staff.
Speaking at the opening ceremony, al-Fadala said: “The new branch opening matches with our objective of moving closer to customers, especially in the strategic area of Central Market. It also serves as proof of the strong customer confidence and support that OQIC
enjoys in the Sultanate.
“Going forward, we will continue to revolutionise our product offerings and services while bearing in mind the unique priorities of our customers. It has indeed been a remarkable journey so far and I’m confident that with the support and encouragement of our customers, we will be successful in maintaining a long and successful
relationship with them.”
OQIC currently has three others branches in Oman – at CBD, Al Khoudh and Oman Avenues Mall.
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