DP World

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Coordinates: 24°59′N 55°05′E / 24.983°N 55.083°E / 24.983; 55.083

DP Worlds
Type Dual-listed company
Traded as LSEDPW
NASDAQ DubaiDPW
Industry Maritime
Founded 2005
Headquarters Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Key people Sultan Ahmed bin Sulayem, Chairman
Jamal Majid Bin Thaniah, Vice Chairman
Mohammed Sharaf, CEO
Anil Wats, COO
Yuvraj Narayan, CFO
Products Ferries, port services, logistics services
Revenue Increase $3,121 million[1] USD
Employees 30,000
Website www.dpworld.com

DP World is an Emirati marine terminal operator. The company is based in Dubai and is one of the largest marine terminal operators in the world. The company operates more than 60 terminals across six continents, with container handling generating around 80% of its revenue. In addition, the company has 11 new developments and major expansions underway in 10 countries. In 2011, DP World handled nearly 55 million TEU (twenty-foot equivalent container units) across its portfolio from the Americas to Asia. With a pipeline of expansion and development projects in key growth markets, including India, China and the Middle East, capacity is expected to rise to around 92 million TEU by 2020, in line with market demand. It employs 30,000 people.[2] A majority of the company is owned by Dubai World

The company was founded in 2005 by merging Dubai Ports Authority and Dubai Ports International (which had been founded in 1999). It purchased Peninsular and Oriental Steam Navigation Company (P&O) of the United Kingdom in 2006 for £3.9 billion ($7 billion), which was at the time the world's fourth largest ports operator. Shares representing 20% of the company were floated on the NASDAQ Dubai stock exchange in 2007. The company does not currently operate in the United States where its purchase of a number of U.S. ports led to high-level controversy.

History[edit]

Early History[edit]

Dubai Ports International (DPI) was founded in 1999.[3] Its first project was at Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, collaborating with a local partner on the management and operation of the South Container Terminal (SCT). DPI then went on to develop operations at the ports of Djibouti in 2000, Vizag, India in 2002 and Constanta, Romania in 2003.[3] In January 2005, DPI acquired CSX World Terminals (CSX WT).[4] It was later, in September 2005 that Dubai Ports International officially merged with the Dubai Ports Authority (DPA) to form DP World.[5] The rapid expansion through acquisition continued in March 2006 when DP World purchased the fourth largest ports operator in the world, The Peninsular and Oriental Steam Navigation Company (P&O) for £3.9 billion ($7 billion).

2006: US Port security controversy[edit]

The ownership of various U.S. ports by DP World (which had been acquired as part of the P&O deal) was seen as highly controversial by many in the United States even though it was supported by the U.S. president of the time (George W. Bush); the US ports were sold shortly afterwards.

P&O operated major U.S. port facilities in New York, New Jersey, Philadelphia, Baltimore, New Orleans, and Miami. Before the deal was secured, the arrangement was reviewed by the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States headed by the U.S. Treasury Department and including the Departments of State, Commerce, and Homeland Security. It was given the green light, but soon after, both Democratic and Republican members of Congress expressed concern over the potential negative impact the deal would have on port security.

On 22 February 2006, President George W. Bush threatened to veto any legislation passed by Congress to block the deal, which would be the first time in his presidency he would exercise the privilege. In a statement to reporters, Bush claimed, "It would send a terrible signal to friends and allies not to let this transaction go through."[6] On 23 February 2006, DP World volunteered to postpone its takeover of significant operations at the seaports and on 9 March 2006, is said that it would transfer its operations of American ports to a "U.S. entity".[7]

The United States House of Representatives held a vote on 16 March 2006 on legislation that would have blocked the DP World deal, with 348 members voting for blocking the deal, and 71 voting against.[8] DPs World later sold P&O's American operations to American International Group's asset management division, Global Investment Group for an undisclosed sum.[9]

In August 2006, DP World signed an agreement with the Port Qasim Authority, to invest in a new container terminal at Port Muhammad Qasim near Karachi and announced that it was in discussions with the Pakistani Government about the development of a container terminal at Gwadar in Balochistan.[10] DP World had been favourite to win the Gwadar concession, but withdrew from the bidding.[11] Gwadar Port was subsequently awarded to PSA (Port of Singapore Authority) and opened in March 2007.[12]

2007-2010: NASDAQ Dubai listing[edit]

In June 2007 the company raised $3.25 billion in Islamic and conventional bond sales to refinance existing debt and fund expansion[13] and issued 3.818 billion shares, representing 20% of the company on the NASDAQ Dubai stock exchange in November 2007 in what was the Middle East's largest initial public offering (IPO) which raised 4.96 billion dollars.[14]

By 2008 the company was handing 46.8 million TEU worldwide, up 8% on 2007, with expansion and development projects in India, China, the Middle East, and elsewhere. Capacity was expected to rise to around 95 million TEU over the next ten years.[3]

In December 2009 Moody's downgraded DP World's financial status to junk after the Dubai 2009 debt standstill.[15] By 2008 the company was handing 46.8 million TEU worldwide, up 8% on 2007, with expansion and development projects in India, China, the Middle East, and elsewhere. Capacity was expected to rise to around 95 million TEU over the next ten years.[3]

2010-Present: London dual listing[edit]

In the second quarter of 2010 DP World gave the go-ahead for construction of the £1.5 billion London Gateway port.[16][17] Work started in February 2010[18] with the port due to open in the fourth quarter of 2013. By April 2011, Moody's upgraded DP World's financial status to 'investment grade'.[19] In June 2011, the company dual listed on the London Stock Exchange.[20] Since December 2010, DP World has undertaken a series of asset disposals, exiting markets where it does not have a significant presence and seeking to redeploy funds in fast-growing markets.[21]

Corporate Affairs[edit]

Supply Chain Security[edit]

DP World has been certified as a partner in the Customs-Trade Partnership Against Terrorism (C‑TPAT) initiative by U.S. Customs and Border Patrol - to date, the only international port operator to have achieved this recognition. This certification is primarily based on DP World's commitment to the independently audited international ISO 28000 security standards. DP World was the first global maritime terminal operator to achieve ISO 28000 supply chain security certification and is rolling out the standard to all its terminals[22][23]

Counter Piracy[edit]

In June 2012, in partnership with the UAE Ministry of Foreign Affairs, DP World convened the second high-level, public-private counterpiracy conference, in Dubai.[24] The Washington Post reported "Diplomats and business leaders...are pushing for stronger partnerships between the public and private sectors in combating piracy off the coast of Somalia".[25]

The April 2011 conference was the first time companies rather than governments had contributed financial support to the UN counter-piracy trust fund.[26] The inaugural conference was attended by more than 65 governments and representatives of international organisations, including the United Nations[27] and more than 120 leaders from maritime industry related companies.

Sponsorships[edit]

DP World sponsor the newly re-titled DP World Tour Championship, Dubai, played at Jumeirah Golf Estates.[28] For the first three editions of the tournament previously known as "The Dubai World Championship", DP World had been a presenting sponsor. DP World also support the Hong Kong Open, the penultimate event on The Race to Dubai and the BMW PGA Championship at Wentworth Club.

Location of DP World's operations[edit]

DP World's Portfolio - as of 26th October 2012
Qingdao Qianwan Container Terminal
Qingdao Qianwan Container Terminal
Qingdao New Qianwan Container Terminal
Qingdao New Qianwan Container Terminal
Qingdao Qianwan United Container Terminal
Qingdao Qianwan United Container Terminal
Qingdao Qianwan United Advance Container Terminal
Qingdao Qianwan United Advance Container Terminal
Tianjin Orient Container Terminal
Tianjin Orient Container Terminal
DP World Yantai
DP World Yantai
DP World Hong Kong
DP World Hong Kong
Terminal Petikemas Surabaya
Terminal Petikemas Surabaya
ATI Batangas
ATI Batangas
Port of Manila - South Harbor (MNS)
Port of Manila - South Harbor (MNS)
Pusan Newport Company
Pusan Newport Company
Laem Chabang International Terminal (LCIT)
Laem Chabang International Terminal (LCIT)
Saigon Premier Container Terminal (SPCT)
Saigon Premier Container Terminal (SPCT)
DP World Chennai
DP World Chennai
DP World Cochin
DP World Cochin
DP World Kulpi
DP World Kulpi
Mundra International Container Terminal MICT
Mundra International Container Terminal MICT
DP World Nhava Sheva
DP World Nhava Sheva
Visakha Container Terminal
Visakha Container Terminal
DP World Karachi
DP World Karachi
Terminales Rio de la Plata
Terminales Rio de la Plata
Empresa Brasileira de Terminais Portuários (EMBRAPORT)
Empresa Brasileira de Terminais Portuários (EMBRAPORT)
DP World Vancouver - Stevedoring Division
DP World Vancouver - Stevedoring Division
DP World Vancouver - Container Division
DP World Vancouver - Container Division
DP World Nanaimo
DP World Nanaimo
DP World Caucedo
DP World Caucedo
DP World Callao
DP World Callao
DP World Paramaribo
DP World Paramaribo
DP World Paramaribo
DP World Paramaribo
DP World Brisbane
DP World Brisbane
DP World Fremantle
DP World Fremantle
DP World Melbourne
DP World Melbourne
DP World Sydney
DP World Sydney
DP World Djazair
DP World Djazair
DP World Djen Djen
DP World Djen Djen
Port Autonome International de Djibouti PAID
Port Autonome International de Djibouti PAID
Doraleh Container Terminal (DCT)
Doraleh Container Terminal (DCT)
Maputo Intermodal Container Deport (MICD)
Maputo Intermodal Container Deport (MICD)
DP World Cargo Services Mozambique
DP World Cargo Services Mozambique
DP World Maputo
DP World Maputo
DP World Dakar - Terminal à Conteneur
DP World Dakar - Terminal à Conteneur
DP World Cargo Services - Cape Town
DP World Cargo Services - Cape Town
DP World Cargo Services - Durban
DP World Cargo Services - Durban
DP World Cargo Services - Port Elizabeth
DP World Cargo Services - Port Elizabeth
DP World Cargo Services - Richards Bay
DP World Cargo Services - Richards Bay
DP World Dakar - Port du Futur
DP World Dakar - Port du Futur
Antwerp Gateway
Antwerp Gateway
DP World Antwerp - Delwaide
DP World Antwerp - Delwaide
Beverdonk Container Terminal
Beverdonk Container Terminal
EUROFOS
EUROFOS
FOS 2xL
FOS 2xL
Terminal de France
Terminal de France
Quai des Amériques
Quai des Amériques
Quai de l'Europe
Quai de l'Europe
DP World Germersheim
DP World Germersheim
Rotterdam World Gateway
Rotterdam World Gateway
DP World Constanta
DP World Constanta
DP World Tarragona
DP World Tarragona
DP World Yarimca
DP World Yarimca
DP World London Gateway
DP World London Gateway
DP World Southampton
DP World Southampton
DP World Sokhna
DP World Sokhna
DP World Sokhna (new development)
DP World Sokhna (new development)
DP World Jeddah
DP World Jeddah
Al Hamriya Port
Al Hamriya Port
Port Rashid
Port Rashid
DP World Jebel Ali - Terminal 1
DP World Jebel Ali - Terminal 1
DP World Jebel Ali - Terminal 2
DP World Jebel Ali - Terminal 2
DP World Jebel Ali Terminal 3
DP World Jebel Ali Terminal 3
DP World Fujairah
DP World Fujairah
DP World's Portfolio - as of 26th October 2012

Red pog.svg Container Terminals
Yellow pog.svg Non-Container Terminals

Green pog.svg New Developments and Major Expansions

DP World operate more than 60 terminals across six continents, with container handling generating around 80% of its revenue. In addition, the company has 11 new developments and major expansions underway in 10 countries.

The company employs more than 30,000 people and is headquartered in Dubai, UAE.

The table below lists current terminals and new developments managed by DP World.

Operation Location and
Coordinates
Region Berths
(no.)
Depth Alongside
(m)
Terminal Area
(ha)
Local Website
Qingdao Qianwan Container Terminal (QQCT)[29]

Red pog.svg Container terminal

China Qingdao Port
36°00′40″N 120°12′32″E / 36.011°N 120.209°E / 36.011; 120.209 (Qingdao Qianwan Container Terminal)
Asia Pacific 19 17 393.7 www.qqct.com.cn
Qingdao New Qianwan Container Terminal (QQCTN)[30]

Red pog.svg Container terminal

China Qingdao Port
36°00′47″N 120°13′59″E / 36.013°N 120.233°E / 36.013; 120.233 (Qingdao New Qianwan Container Terminal)[31]
Asia Pacific www.qqct.com.cn
Qingdao Qianwan United Container Terminal (QQCTU)[32]

Green pog.svg New Development / Major Expansion

China Qingdao Port
35°59′49″N 120°12′25″E / 35.997°N 120.207°E / 35.997; 120.207 (Qingdao Qianwan United Container Terminal)[31]
Asia Pacific www.qqct.com.cn
Qingdao Qianwan United Advance Container Terminal (QQCTUA)[29]

Green pog.svg New Development / Major Expansion

China Qingdao Port
35°59′49″N 120°12′00″E / 35.997°N 120.200°E / 35.997; 120.200 (Qingdao Qianwan United Advance Container Terminal)[33]
Asia Pacific www.qqctua.com
Tianjin Orient Container Terminal (TOCT)[34]

Red pog.svg Container terminal

China Port of Tianjin
38°58′55″N 117°46′55″E / 38.982°N 117.782°E / 38.982; 117.782 (Tianjin Orient Container Terminal)
Asia Pacific 4 14 47.9 www.toct.com.cn
DP World Yantai[35]

Red pog.svg Container terminal

China Port of Yantai
37°33′47″N 121°22′26″E / 37.563°N 121.374°E / 37.563; 121.374 (DP World Yantai)
Asia Pacific 2 14 44 www.dpwyt.com
DP World Hong Kong[36]

Red pog.svg Container terminal

Hong Kong Kwai Tsing Container Terminals
22°20′35″N 114°07′37″E / 22.343°N 114.127°E / 22.343; 114.127 (DP World Hong Kong)
Asia Pacific 1 14 16.7 www.dpworld.hk
Terminal Petikemas Surabaya (TPS)[37]

Red pog.svg Container terminal

Indonesia Surabaya
7°13′05″S 112°43′16″E / 7.218°S 112.721°E / -7.218; 112.721 (Terminal Petikemas Surabaya)
Asia Pacific 6 10.5 35.6 www.tps.co.id
ATI Batangas (Phase 2)[38]

Red pog.svg Container terminal

Philippines Batangas City
13°45′36″N 121°02′38″E / 13.760°N 121.044°E / 13.760; 121.044 (ATI Batangas)
Asia Pacific 2 13 6.6 www.asianterminals.com.ph
Asian Terminals Incorporated (ATI)
Port of Manila South Harbor (MNS)[38]

Red pog.svg Container terminal

Philippines Manila
14°34′55″N 120°57′54″E / 14.582°N 120.965°E / 14.582; 120.965 (Port of Manila - South Harbor (MNS))
Asia Pacific 3 13 42.6 www.asianterminals.com.ph
Pusan Newport Company (PNC)[39]

Red pog.svg Container terminal

South Korea Port of Busan
35°04′48″N 128°49′37″E / 35.080°N 128.827°E / 35.080; 128.827 (Pusan Newport Company)
Asia Pacific 6 16 120 www.pncport.com
Laem Chabang International Terminal (LCIT)[40]

Red pog.svg Container terminal

Thailand Laem Chabang
13°03′29″N 100°53′20″E / 13.058°N 100.889°E / 13.058; 100.889 (Laem Chabang International Terminal (LCIT))
Asia Pacific 4 15 40.2 www.lcit.com
Saigon Premier Container Terminal (SPCT)[41]

Red pog.svg Container terminal

Vietnam Ho Chi Minh City
10°38′20″N 106°45′36″E / 10.639°N 106.760°E / 10.639; 106.760 (Saigon Premier Container Terminal (SPCT))
Asia Pacific 2 11 23 www.spct.vn
DP World Chennai[42]
Chennai Container Terminal (CCT)

Red pog.svg Container terminal

India Chennai Port
13°06′22″N 80°17′53″E / 13.106°N 80.298°E / 13.106; 80.298 (DP World Chennai)
Indian Subcontinent 4 13.4 21.4 www.dpworldchennai.com
DP World Cochin[43]
International Container Transshipment Terminal (ICTT)

Red pog.svg Container terminal

India Vallarpadam
9°58′52″N 76°15′07″E / 9.981°N 76.252°E / 9.981; 76.252 (DP World Cochin)
Indian Subcontinent 1 16 40 www.dpworldcochin.com
DP World Kulpi (tbc)[44]

Green pog.svg New Development / Major Expansion

India Kulpi
22°04′48″N 88°14′31″E / 22.080°N 88.242°E / 22.080; 88.242 (DP World Kulpi)
Indian Subcontinent 2 8.5 34 www.dpworld.com
Mundra International Container Terminal (MICT)[45]

Red pog.svg Container terminal

India Mundra
22°44′38″N 69°42′32″E / 22.744°N 69.709°E / 22.744; 69.709 (Mundra International Container Terminal MICT)
Indian Subcontinent 2 13.5 32.8 www.mict.poports.com
DP World Nhava Sheva[46]

Red pog.svg Container terminal

India Nhava Sheva
18°57′25″N 72°57′11″E / 18.957°N 72.953°E / 18.957; 72.953 (DP World Nhava Sheva)
Indian Subcontinent 2 13.5 29 www.dpworldmumbai.com
Visakha Container Terminal (VCTPL)[47]

Red pog.svg Container terminal

India Visakhapatnam
17°41′38″N 83°18′00″E / 17.694°N 83.300°E / 17.694; 83.300 (Visakha Container Terminal)
Indian Subcontinent 2 16.5 16.4 www.vctpl.com
DP World Karachi[48]

Red pog.svg Container terminal

Pakistan Port Qasim
24°45′58″N 67°19′34″E / 24.766°N 67.326°E / 24.766; 67.326 (DP World Karachi)
Indian Subcontinent 3 12.8 25 www.dpworldkarachi.com
Terminales Rio de la Plata[49]

Red pog.svg Container terminal

Argentina Port of Buenos Aires
34°35′06″S 58°21′58″W / 34.585°S 58.366°W / -34.585; -58.366 (Terminales Rio de la Plata)
Americas 2 9.8 43.5 www.trp.com.ar
Empresa Brasileira de Terminais Portuários (EMBRAPORT)[50]

Green pog.svg New Development / Major Expansion

Brazil Santos
23°55′19″S 46°19′01″W / 23.922°S 46.317°W / -23.922; -46.317 (Empresa Brasileira de Terminais Portuários (EMBRAPORT))
Americas 2[51] www.terminalembraport.com.br
DP World Nanaimo[52]

Red pog.svg Container terminal

Canada Nanaimo Port
49°09′36″N 123°55′37″W / 49.160°N 123.927°W / 49.160; -123.927 (DP World Nanaimo - Container Terminal)
Americas 3 11.7/13.5/12.4 21 www.dpworld.ca
DP World Vancouver[53] Container Terminal Division

Red pog.svg Container terminal

Canada Port Metro Vancouver
49°17′02″N 123°05′17″W / 49.284°N 123.088°W / 49.284; -123.088 (DP World Vancouver - Container Terminal Division)
Americas 2 15.5 31.3 www.dpworld.ca
DP World Vancouver[53] Stevedoring Division

Yellow pog.svg Non-container terminal operation

Canada British Columbia
49°17′02″N 123°05′17″W / 49.284°N 123.088°W / 49.284; -123.088 (DP World Vancouver - Stevedoring Division)
Americas n/a n/a n/a www.dpworld.ca
DP World Caucedo[54]

Red pog.svg Container terminal

Dominican Republic Caucedo
18°25′34″N 69°38′06″W / 18.426°N 69.635°W / 18.426; -69.635 (DP World Caucedo)
Americas 3 13.5 50 www.caucedo.com
DP World Callao[55]

Red pog.svg Container terminal

Peru Callao
12°03′18″S 77°08′56″W / 12.055°S 77.149°W / -12.055; -77.149 (DP World Callao)
Americas 2 16 25 www.dpworldcallao.com.pe
DP World Paramaribo[56]
Integra Port Services (IPS)

Red pog.svg Container terminal

Suriname Paramaribo, Nieuwe Haven Port
5°48′47″N 55°09′58″W / 5.813°N 55.166°W / 5.813; -55.166 (DP World Paramaribo)
Americas 3 4.2 www.dpworld-paramaribo.com
DP World Paramaribo[56]
Suriname Port Services (SPS)

Red pog.svg Container terminal

Suriname Paramaribo, La Vigilantia
5°36′58″N 55°05′31″W / 5.616°N 55.092°W / 5.616; -55.092 (DP World Paramaribo)
Americas 1 13.0[57] www.dpworld-paramaribo.com
DP World Brisbane[58]

Red pog.svg Container terminal

Australia Port of Brisbane
27°22′34″S 153°10′16″E / 27.376°S 153.171°E / -27.376; 153.171 (DP World Brisbane)
Australia 4 14.5 36 www.dpworld.com
DP World Fremantle[59]

Red pog.svg Container terminal

Australia Port of Fremantle
32°02′49″S 115°44′28″E / 32.047°S 115.741°E / -32.047; 115.741 (DP World Fremantle)
Australia 3 12.7 13 www.dpworld.com
DP World Melbourne[60]

Red pog.svg Container terminal

Australia Port of Melbourne
37°48′43″S 144°54′40″E / 37.812°S 144.911°E / -37.812; 144.911 (DP World Melbourne)
Australia 4 14.6 37.5 www.dpworld.com
DP World Sydney[61]

Red pog.svg Container terminal

Australia Port Botany
33°58′16″S 151°13′01″E / 33.971°S 151.217°E / -33.971; 151.217 (DP World Sydney)
Australia 4 15 38.6 www.dpworld.com
DP World Djazair[62]

Red pog.svg Container terminal

Algeria Algiers
36°45′32″N 3°04′16″E / 36.759°N 3.071°E / 36.759; 3.071 (DP World Djazair)
Africa 3 10 30.4 www.dpworld.com
DP World Djen Djen[63]

Red pog.svg Container terminal

Algeria Jijel
36°48′58″N 5°53′13″E / 36.816°N 5.887°E / 36.816; 5.887 (DP World Djen Djen)
Africa 1 12 13.5 www.djendjen-port.com
Port Autonome International de Djibouti (PAID)[64]

Red pog.svg Container terminal

Djibouti Port of Djibouti
11°36′18″N 43°08′17″E / 11.605°N 43.138°E / 11.605; 43.138 (Port Autonome International de Djibouti PAID))
Africa 1 18 79 www.dpworld.com
Doraleh Container Terminal (DCT)[65]

Red pog.svg Container terminal

Djibouti Djibouti - Doraleh
11°35′49″N 43°06′18″E / 11.597°N 43.105°E / 11.597; 43.105 (Doraleh Container Terminal (DCT))
Africa 3 18 31 www.dpworld-doraleh.com
DP World Maputo[66]

Red pog.svg Container terminal

Mozambique Port Maputo
25°57′40″S 32°32′46″E / 25.961°S 32.546°E / -25.961; 32.546 (DP World Maputo)
Africa 1 11.5 13 www.portmaputo.com
DP World Maputo[66]
Intermodal Container Depot (MICD)

Yellow pog.svg Non-container terminal operation

Mozambique Port Maputo
25°56′46″S 32°32′10″E / 25.946°S 32.536°E / -25.946; 32.536 (Maputo Intermodal Container Depot (MICD))
Africa n/a n/a www.portmaputo.com
DP World Cargo Services Mozambique (DPWCS)[66]

Yellow pog.svg Non-container terminal operation

Mozambique Port Maputo
25°57′40″S 32°32′46″E / 25.961°S 32.546°E / -25.961; 32.546 (DP World Cargo Services Mozambique)
Africa n/a n/a n/a www.portmaputo.com
DP World Dakar[67] Terminal à Conteneur

Red pog.svg Container terminal

Senegal Dakar
14°41′10″N 17°25′34″W / 14.686°N 17.426°W / 14.686; -17.426 (DP World Dakar - Terminal à Conteneur)
Africa 2 10.5 18 www.dpworld.sn
DP World Dakar[68] Port du Futur

Green pog.svg New Development / Major Expansion

Senegal Dakar
14°40′55″N 17°24′58″W / 14.682°N 17.416°W / 14.682; -17.416 (DP World Dakar - Port du Futur)[69]
Africa 1[69] 14[69] www.dpworld.sn
DP World Cargo Services[70] Cape Town

Yellow pog.svg Non-container terminal operation

South Africa Cape Town
33°54′36″S 18°25′26″E / 33.910°S 18.424°E / -33.910; 18.424 (DP World Cargo Services - Cape Town)
Africa n/a n/a n/a www.dpwcs.co.za
DP World Cargo Services[70] Head Office

Yellow pog.svg Non-container terminal operation

South Africa Durban
29°52′01″S 30°59′56″E / 29.867°S 30.999°E / -29.867; 30.999 (DP World Cargo Services - Durban)
Africa www.dpwcs.co.za
DP World Cargo Services[70] Port Elizabeth

Yellow pog.svg Non-container terminal operation

South Africa Port Elizabeth
33°58′08″S 25°37′08″E / 33.969°S 25.619°E / -33.969; 25.619 (DP World Cargo Services - Port Elizabeth)
Africa www.dpwcs.co.za
DP World Cargo Services[70] Richards Bay

Yellow pog.svg Non-container terminal operation

South Africa Richards Bay
28°39′58″S 32°01′30″E / 28.666°S 32.025°E / -28.666; 32.025 (DP World Cargo Services - Richards Bay)
Africa www.dpwcs.co.za
DP World Antwerp
Antwerp Gateway (Deurganck Dock)[71]

Red pog.svg Container terminal

Belgium Port of Antwerp
51°17′20″N 4°15′50″E / 51.289°N 4.264°E / 51.289; 4.264 (Antwerp Gateway)
Europe & Russia 6 17 125 www.antwerpgateway.be
DP World Antwerp[72] Delwaide Dock

Red pog.svg Container terminal

Belgium Port of Antwerp
51°19′52″N 4°20′02″E / 51.331°N 4.334°E / 51.331; 4.334 (DP World Antwerp - Delwaide)
Europe & Russia 3 14.5 27.7 www.dpworld.be
DP World Intermodal[73]
Beverdonk Container Terminal (BCT)

Red pog.svg Container terminal

Belgium Grobbendonk
51°10′52″N 4°43′26″E / 51.181°N 4.724°E / 51.181; 4.724 (Beverdonk Container Terminal)
Europe & Russia 1 25 intermodal.dpworld.be
Eurofos SA[74]

Red pog.svg Container terminal

France Fos
43°24′29″N 4°50′46″E / 43.408°N 4.846°E / 43.408; 4.846
Europe & Russia 1.5 15 29.3 www.eurofos.fr
FOS 2xL[75]

Green pog.svg New Development / Major Expansion

France Fos
43°25′01″N 4°49′59″E / 43.417°N 4.833°E / 43.417; 4.833 (FOS 2xL)
Europe & Russia 2 www.eurofos.fr
Générale de Manutention Portuaire (GMP)[76]
Terminal de France (TDF)[77]

Red pog.svg Container terminal

France Port of Le Havre
49°27′29″N 0°09′47″E / 49.458°N 0.163°E / 49.458; 0.163 (Terminal de France)
Europe & Russia 5 14.3 95 www.gmportuaire.fr
Générale de Manutention Portuaire (GMP)[76]
Quai des Amériques[78]

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France Port of Le Havre
49°28′34″N 0°09′50″E / 49.476°N 0.164°E / 49.476; 0.164 (Quai des Amériques)
Europe & Russia www.gmportuaire.fr
Générale de Manutention Portuaire (GMP)[76]
Quai de l'Europe[79]

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France Port of Le Havre
49°28′55″N 0°10′41″E / 49.482°N 0.178°E / 49.482; 0.178 (Quai de l'Europe)
Europe & Russia www.gmportuaire.fr
DP World Germersheim[80]

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Germany Germersheim
49°13′55″N 8°22′41″E / 49.232°N 8.378°E / 49.232; 8.378 (DP World Germersheim)
Europe & Russia 3 8 14 www.dpworld.com
Rotterdam World Gateway[81]

Green pog.svg New Development / Major Expansion

Netherlands Port of Rotterdam
51°57′32″N 3°59′53″E / 51.959°N 3.998°E / 51.959; 3.998 (Rotterdam World Gateway)
Europe & Russia www.rotterdamworldgateway.nl
DP World Constanta[82]

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Romania Port of Constanţa
44°06′11″N 28°39′40″E / 44.103°N 28.661°E / 44.103; 28.661 (DP World Constanta)
Europe & Russia 5 14.5 52 www.dpworld.ro
DP World Tarragona[83]

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Spain Tarragona
41°05′42″N 1°12′36″E / 41.095°N 1.210°E / 41.095; 1.210 (DP World Tarragona)
Europe & Russia 2 15.5 34 www.dpworldtarragona.com
DP World Yarimca[84]

Green pog.svg New Development / Major Expansion

Turkey Yarimca
40°45′43″N 29°44′56″E / 40.762°N 29.7490°E / 40.762; 29.7490 (DP World Yarimca)
Europe & Russia 3 16 48 www.dpworld.com.tr
DP World London Gateway[85]

Green pog.svg New Development / Major Expansion

United Kingdom Port of London
51°30′18″N 0°29′24″E / 51.505°N 0.490°E / 51.505; 0.490 (DP World London Gateway)
Europe & Russia www.londongateway.com
DP World Southampton[86]

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United Kingdom Port of Southampton
50°54′32″N 1°27′07″W / 50.909°N 1.452°W / 50.909; -1.452 (DP World Southampton)
Europe & Russia 4 15 88 www.dpworldsouthampton.com
DP World Sokhna[87]

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Egypt Sokhna
29°39′14″N 32°20′56″E / 29.654°N 32.349°E / 29.654; 32.349 (DP World Sokhna)
Middle East 2 17 42 www.dpworldsokhna.com
DP World Sokhna[88]

Green pog.svg New Development / Major Expansion

Egypt Sokhna
29°38′28″N 32°21′29″E / 29.641°N 32.358°E / 29.641; 32.358 (DP World Sokhna (New Development))
Middle East 3 www.dpworldsokhna.com
DP World Jeddah[89]

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Saudi Arabia Jeddah
21°27′22″N 39°09′36″E / 21.456°N 39.160°E / 21.456; 39.160 (DP World Jeddah)
Middle East 6 16 62 www.dpworldmejed.com.sa
Al Hamriya Port[90]

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United Arab Emirates Dubai - Al Hamriya Port
25°17′56″N 55°20′02″E / 25.299°N 55.334°E / 25.299; 55.334 (Al Hamriya Port)
UAE www.dpworld.ae
Port Rashid[91]

Yellow pog.svg Non-container terminal operation

United Arab Emirates Dubai - Port Rashid
25°16′08″N 55°16′41″E / 25.269°N 55.278°E / 25.269; 55.278 (Port Rashid)
UAE www.dpworld.ae
DP World Jebel Ali[92] Terminal 1

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United Arab Emirates Dubai - Port of Jebel Ali
24°59′31″N 55°04′01″E / 24.992°N 55.067°E / 24.992; 55.067 (DP World Jebel Ali - Terminal 1)
UAE 22 17 307 www.dpworld.ae
DP World Jebel Ali[93] Terminal 2

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United Arab Emirates Dubai - Port of Jebel Ali
25°01′12″N 55°03′07″E / 25.020°N 55.052°E / 25.020; 55.052 (DP World Jebel Ali - Terminal 2)
UAE 8[94] 17[94] www.dpworld.ae
DP World Jebel Ali[95] Terminal 3

Green pog.svg New Development / Major Expansion

United Arab Emirates Dubai - Port of Jebel Ali
25°02′31″N 55°03′14″E / 25.042°N 55.054°E / 25.042; 55.054 (DP World Jebel Ali Terminal 3)
UAE www.dpworld.ae
DP World Fujairah[96]

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United Arab Emirates Fujairah - Fujairah Port
25°10′44″N 56°21′29″E / 25.179°N 56.358°E / 25.179; 56.358 (DP World Fujairah)
UAE 5 10.5 20 www.dpworld.ae

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  30. ^ EyeFortransport | QQCTN opens for business
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  33. ^ QQCTUA | Geographical Location
  34. ^ China - Tianjin
  35. ^ China - Yantai
  36. ^ Hong Kong - CT3
  37. ^ Indonesia - Surabaya
  38. ^ a b Philippines - Manila
  39. ^ South Korea - Pusan
  40. ^ Thailand - Laem Chabang
  41. ^ Vietnam - Ho Chi Minh City
  42. ^ India - Chennai
  43. ^ India - Cochin
  44. ^ India - Kulpi (New Development)
  45. ^ India - Mundra
  46. ^ India - Nhava Sheva
  47. ^ India - Visakhapatnam
  48. ^ Pakistan - Qasim
  49. ^ Argentina - Buenos Aires
  50. ^ Brazil - Santos (New Development)
  51. ^ EMBRAPORT | Project Features
  52. ^ Canada - Nanaimo
  53. ^ a b Canada - Vancouver
  54. ^ Dominican Republic - Caucedo
  55. ^ Peru - Callao
  56. ^ a b Suriname - Paramaribo
  57. ^ Suriname Ports Handbook
  58. ^ Australia - Brisbane
  59. ^ Australia - Fremantle
  60. ^ Australia - Melbourne
  61. ^ Australia - Sydney
  62. ^ Algeria - Algiers
  63. ^ Algeria - Djen-Djen
  64. ^ Djibouti - Djibouti
  65. ^ Djibouti - Doraleh
  66. ^ a b c Mozambique - Maputo
  67. ^ Senegal - Dakar
  68. ^ Senegal - Dakar (New Development)
  69. ^ a b c Dakar Port Authority | Presentation | Development Program
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  71. ^ Belgium - Antwerp Gateway
  72. ^ Belgium - Delwaide
  73. ^ DP World Intermodal | Beverdonk Container Terminal (BCT)
  74. ^ France - Fos
  75. ^ France - Fos (New Development)
  76. ^ a b c France - Le Havre
  77. ^ GM Portuaire| Terminal de France
  78. ^ GM Portuaire| Quai des Amériques
  79. ^ GM Portuaire| Quai de l'Europe
  80. ^ Germany - Germersheim
  81. ^ Netherlands - Rotterdam (New Development)
  82. ^ Romania - Constanta
  83. ^ Spain - Tarragona
  84. ^ Turkey - Yarimca (New Development)
  85. ^ UK - London Gateway (New Development)
  86. ^ UK - Southampton
  87. ^ Egypt - Sokhna
  88. ^ Egypt - Sokhna (New Development)
  89. ^ Saudi Arabia - Jeddah
  90. ^ DP World upgrading Al Hamriya Port
  91. ^ Dubai - Port Rashid
  92. ^ Dubai - Jebel Ali
  93. ^ UAE - Jebel Ali (New Development)
  94. ^ a b dpworld.ae | Terminals| Dubai Ports | Facilities
  95. ^ UAE - Jebel Ali Terminal 3 (New Development)
  96. ^ Fujairah - Fujairah Port

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