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1 1 Information contained in this presentation is accurate as of 27 July 2010 Global Ports Connecting Global Markets

2 2 Vision, Mission and Values Values »Commitment to our people and our customers »Profitable global growth »Responsible corporate and personal behaviour »Excellence and innovation Vision Sustainable value through global growth, service and excellence. Mission A global approach to a local business environment where excellence, innovation and profitability drive our core business philosophy of exceptional customer service.

3 3 DP World – Global Reach Over a year, laid end to end, the boxes we handle would circle the world more than six times 1- As of 27 July 2010 50 (1) marine terminals across 28 countries Total throughput of around 43.4 million TEU 2009 Expansion to meet future customer needs  2017 >95 million TEU Team of 30,000 staff Top 4 Global Operator Awards: 2009 Asian Freight & Supply Chain Awards (AFSCA) –Best Global Terminal Operating Company – DP World –Best Seaport in Middle East – Jebel Ali (15 th consecutive year) 2008 Annual Supply Chain & Transport Awards (SCATA) –Port Authority and Terminal Operator of the year. 2008, 2006 and 2005 Lloyd’s List Middle East & Subcontinent Awards –Container Terminal of the year- Jebel Ali 2006 Lloyd’s List “Global Port Operator” of the year 2006 Middle East Logistics Awards –Jebel Ali Best Seaport and Best Container Terminal

4 4 Unique Group Abilities DP World is able to bring a complete suite of operational expertise to a project: –Container Terminals: 50 (1) Terminals around the world –Logistics Centres: Own and operate the largest warehouse in the world. –Free Trade Zones: 3 Free Trade Zones operated including the world’s largest through our affiliated company –Customs: Uniquely able to provide Customs training, development, systems implementation Comprehensive Package: Oil and Bulk Facilities, Cruise Terminals, Dry–Dock Facilities. ATL Hong Kong (1) As of 27 July 2010

5 5 Dubai World Africa 1.South Africa, V&A Waterfront 2.South Africa, Pearl Valley Golf Estate 3.South Africa, Shamwari Game Reserve 4.South Africa, Sanbona Wildlife Reserve 5.South Africa, Jocks Safari Lodge 6.Rwanda, Kigali Golf Course and housing development 7.Rwanda, Akagera National Park 8.Rwanda, Gorilla’s Nest Lodge 9.Rwanda, Gisakura Tea factory 10.South Africa, Nkomazi Wilderness 11.Djibouti, Kempinski Hotel 12.Djibouti, Haramous Luxury Villas 13.Mozambique, Bilene Hotel DP World 1.Djibouti Port 2.Djibouti Airport 3.Djibouti, Doraleh Port 4.Mozambique, DP World Maputo 5.Senegal, Dakar Port 6.Senegal, Port du Futur, Dakar 7.Egypt, Sokhna Port 8.South Africa, stevedoring Durban, Richards Bay, Cape Town, Port Elizabeth, East London 9.DP World Algiers 10. DP World Djen Djen Economic Zones World 1.Djibouti Free Zone 2.Djibouti Airport Free Zone 3.Djibouti, Doraleh Free Zone 4.Senegal, Dakar Special Economic Zone Dubai Customs World (DC World) 1.Djibouti Customs 2.Djibouti Automobile and Heavy Equipment Zone (Dahez) Djibouti Taking the Dubai World Model to the World

6 6 19771979 198419931997 2008 Jebel Ali: A Vision Made Real

7 7 DP World Jebel Ali – A Flagship Facility 6th largest container port (1) in 2008 Handled around 11.12 TEU in 2009 (Jebel Ali & Port Rashid) Jebel Ali is the largest container port outside Asia 2010 Best Middle East seaport for the 16 th consecutive year (AFSCA) Jebel Ali Terminal (1) Source: Containerisation International

8 8 The 365-metre long Daniela (nominal capacity of 13,800 TEUs) being handled by the port's largest tandem lift gantries, the biggest of their kind in the world. Innovation – DP World uses the largest cranes in the world and the first with Quad-Container lift capability DP World Jebel Ali – Innovation in Action

9 9 Jebel Ali Port and Free Zone DubaiLogisticsCity Dubai World Central International Airport Jafza South Jafza North Jebel Ali Master Planning

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14 14  Global Industry Leader in Supply Chain Security Excellence – Securing and protecting our business and our partners’ interests.  First International Port Operator to adopt ISO 28000:2007 (Standards for securing the Global Supply Chain)  First and only International Port Operator invited to become a member of the US Customs Trade Partnership Against Terrorism (C-TPAT).  Adoption of European initiatives on supply chain security (EU AEO)  Largest number of terminals participating in US Customs’ Container Security Initiative (14).  Partner in US CBP Program-Secure Freight Initiative (Integrated Container Scanning Pilot Projects). Security

15 15 International Standards for Security Management Systems of Global Supply Chain Builds on ISPS from being a port-ship interface to interface entire supply chain. Complies with WCO Framework principle, US CBP C-TPAT, EU AEO and serves as a model for other standards in development. DP World first terminal operator to gain ISO 28000:2007 certification (externally audited) for its Security Management Systems. Currently 26 sites certified - Jebel Ali, Pusan, Antwerp (2), Le Havre, Djibouti, Doraleh, Vancouver, Caucedo, Tilbury,Southampton, Karachi, Chennai, Nhava Sheva, Mundra, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide, Fremantle, Sydney, Constanta, Dakar, Buenos Aires, Surabaya, Laem Chabang, Manila. Complete roll out across all terminals by 2012. All new build terminals being commissioned to ISO 28000:2007 standards. ISO 28000:2007

16 16 DP World We are involved in all current major global security programmes and initiatives. We are committed to implementing the highest levels of security standards, processes and technology in all our global terminals. We look forward to the development of a common security standard applicable universally across the global supply chain.

17 17 Safety & Environment Global Objectives  Safety  First ever global fatality free year ASAP  10% reduction in injury frequency rates per annum Ready for accreditation under Safety Management System (OHSAS18001) by end 2010.  Environment  Zero serious spills globally  Continuing with the 27% reduction in CO2 which commenced in 2009.  Ready for accreditation under Environment Management System (ISO 14001) by end 2010. DP World is committed to a policy of Zero Harm to people and the environment

18 18 Thank you

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