Presentation on theme: "Global Ports Connecting Global Markets. DP World – Global Reach 49 marine terminals across 27 countries Total throughput of around 43.4 million TEU 2009."— Presentation transcript:
DP World – Global Reach 49 marine terminals across 27 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
At the heart of Red Sea trade. West Africa Australia / New Zealand South Africa Far East & South Asia Arabian Gulf Mediterranean Red Sea North Europe USA (East & West Coast) East Africa South America Jeddah Islamic Port
14 Recent terminal enhancements at DP World Jeddah
e-Suite Through the single window for trade services (www.dubaitrade.ae), more than 700 e-Services are offered to different stakeholders involved in trade & the logistics industry.www.dubaitrade.ae e-Services for Exporters & Importers e-Services for Clearing Agents e-Services for Haulier e-Services for Shipping Agents & Forwarders e-Services for Free Zone Companies e-Services for Commodities Trading Companies Rosoom (Centralized Electronic Payment Gateway) Trade Statistics / Reports
Benefits of using RFID Technology Saves environment by reducing the need of paper work and reduces the omissions from trucks while waiting. Improves efficiency of used equipment by reduced container delivery/receipt turnaround time. Reduces operating cost of facilities and manpower. Increased customer’s satisfaction level. Saves Time - No queuing at Terminal gates.
Container Traffic and GDP World Container Traffic vs. World GDP (1) (1)World GDP data from the IMF World Economic Outlook 2010.Container Handling Growth data reported from Drewry. 19
20 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
21 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 international certification of its security management systems. Currently 22 sites, Head office, Jebel Ali, Pusan, Antwerp (2), Le Havre, Djibouti, Vancouver, Caucedo, Tilbury,Southampton, Karachi, Chennai, Nhava Sheva, Mundra, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide, Fremantle, Sydney, Constanta and Dakar. Complete roll out across all terminals by 2011. All new build terminals being commissioned to ISO 28000:2007 standards. International Standards for Security Management Systems of Global Supply Chain ISO 28000:2007
DP World is committed to a policy of Zero Harm to people and the environment 22 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.