Drewry: Solid developments for DP World

Port operator and APM Terminals competitor DP World is focusing on developing its ties to emerging markets, which will increase the company's growth in the coming years, writes analysts Drewry.

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The world's third-largest port operator and APM Terminals competitor DP World in Dubai can look forward to increasing growth in the coming years, writes analysts Drewry. A bigger focus on new emerging markets will raise the company's volumes, and thus its revenue, while DP World will have to maintain its position as market leader in the Middle East.

Revenue is expected to increase by 7.6 percent annually (CAGR), reaching USD 3.89 billion in 2015. The revenue for 2012 was USD 3.12 billion.

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