Port major DP World got off to a better-than-expected volume start to the year

Port company DP World reports of a strong start to the first months of the year, in which volumes grew across the port major's terminals globally.

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Dubai-based port company DP World got off to a strong start to the year, booking a 10 percent growth in volumes in the first quarter.

DP World thus handled 18.94 million twenty-foot containers across the group's port terminals in the first quarter, which is equivalent to a like-for-like growth of 9.6 percent as well as a gross volume growth of 10.2 percent.

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