Safety measures boost productivity too, says DP World

Port and logistics operator DP World has reduced the risk of injury by 40% across Europe by investing €80 million in safety practices and equipment upgrades. It says that while it has always had a good safety and accident prevention record, it has made “huge progress” in the last 12 months due to significant investments in smart solutions. It says its redefined HSE practices are resulting not only in a marked improvement ... [+]

DP World sponsors South African cricket

South Africa’s celebrated cricket ground, Wanderers Stadium, will now be officially known as the DP World Wanderers Stadium after the global logistics and ports company signed a naming rights and sponsorship deal that includes the DP World Gauteng Lions men’s and women’s cricket teams. DP World aims to utilise the ... [+]

Work starts on fourth berth for London Gateway

DP World has started work a new fourth berth at London Gateway. The £350m project is due for completion in 2024 it will increase capacity by a third, giving it more room to handle the world’s largest vessels than any other port in the country, says the Dubai-based company. DP World ... [+]

Unifeeder offers East Africa option

DP World’s Unifeeder arm has launched a fortnightly service Jebel Ali, Mundra (India) and Mombasa, Kenya. The MJI service also offers a transit service between the Port of Mombasa to ICD Embakasi, Nairobi and destinations in neighbouring countries  including Arusha, Kisumu , Juba, Kampala, Kigali and Bujumbura. [+]

High praise for DP World apprentice scheme

DP World was named ‘Best Apprenticeship Employer (Corporate)’ at South Coast training organisation PETA’s Apprenticeship and Employer of the Year Awards at Portsmouth’s Royal Maritime. The port operator was praised for its long term approach and the fact that its apprenticeships offered a solid foundation of a pipeline of talent leading ... [+]

Rail or barge now available at most DP World terminals

Terminal and ports operator DP World says it can now offer rail or barge services at 95% of its European locations. DP World, which operates 20 terminals in 12 countries across the continent, recently invested in rail infrastructure in Turkey and the UK and has upgraded services in Rotterdam and Antwerp. It ... [+]

Work starts on Serbian river terminal

DP World has started construction of a new container and cereal terminal, a vertical quay in the port of Novi Sad on the river Danube in northern Serbia. The first container facilities are due to be opened in two years and nine grain silos are planned. [+]

DP World ‘is Antwerp’s greenest terminal’

DP World in Antwerp says it continues to be one of the greenest container terminals in the port in its latest sustainability report. The terminal has reduced its CO2 emissions by 28% since 2019, which represents an overall 51% reduction since 2013. Much of this has been due to investment in ... [+]

DP World to open North-east Romania terminal

DP World is to open a terminal in the industrial Alba region of north-eastern Romania, a part of the country that has previously lacked robust transport infrastructure, says the port and terminal operator. Decea is located in Alba county and close to the industrial and trade hubs of Cluj, Sibiu, Mures ... [+]

Two more dots for DP World network

DP World is launching a rail service between the Upper Rhine region and the Port of Rotterdam connecting the port with two round trips per week to Germersheim and Stuttgart. DP World’s inland network now consists of 12 inland terminals: three in Germany, four in Switzerland, two in Belgium and ... [+]

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