Presentation on theme: "Information contained in this presentation is accurate as of June 2013 Global Ports Connecting Global Markets."— Presentation transcript:
Information contained in this presentation is accurate as of June 2013 Global Ports Connecting Global Markets
Vision, Mission and Values 2 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.
DP World – Global Reach Over 65 (1) marine terminals across six continents Total throughput of more than 56 million TEU 2012 Expanding to meet future customer needs more than 100 million TEU capacity by 2020, depending on demand Team of 28000 staff Top 3 Global Operator (2) 2013 Awards: Asian Freight & Supply Chain Awards (AFSCA) - Best Seaport in Middle East – Jebel Ali (19 th consecutive year) Supply Chain & Transport Awards (SCATA) - Shipping Port of the Year– DP World UAE Region Golden Peacock Award - Business Excellence – India Growth Excellence Awards - UAE’s Terminal Operator Company of The Year – Jebel Ali Trade and Export Middle East Excellence Awards - Best Sea Port of the Year – Jebel Ali 3 Over a year, laid end to end, the boxes we handle would circle the world eight times 1- As of June 2013, Includes non-container terminals and new developments 2- Measured by equity-based throughput. Source: Drewry Shipping Consultants
1977 1979 1984 1993 1997 2008 2011 Jebel Ali: A Vision Made Real
DP World Jebel Ali – A Flagship Facility 9 th largest container port (1) in 2012 Handled more than 13m TEU in 2012 Jebel Ali is the largest container port outside Asia 2013 Best Middle East seaport for the 19 th consecutive year (AFSCA) 5 Jebel Ali Terminal (1) Source: Containerisation International
DP World Jebel Ali – A Flagship Facility 6 Handling one of the largest container ships in the world, the Emma Maersk, 397 metres long, nominal capacity of 15,000 TEUs DP World developed quad-container lift cranes – the largest in the world – capable of handling 4x20ft containers at once
Committed Portfolio 7 More than 65 marine terminals across 6 continents, including new developments underway in India, Africa, Europe, South America and the Middle East.