DP World: Russia is still interesting

In spite of the crisis in Crimea, Russia is still an interesting topic for terminal giant DP World. Senior Vice President, Global Strategy, Flemming Dalgaard talks to ShippingWatch about Russia and the future of DP World.

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DP World would like to go back to Russia, even in spite of the major tensions between Russia and Ukraine at this time, Flemming Dalgaard, Senior Vice President, Global Strategy, tells ShippingWatch.

DP World divested its activities in Russia back in 2012 when competitor APM Terminals bought a stake in Global Ports. DP World has since then announced that the company would like to return to Russia, though this announcement came before Russia entered Ukraine. The current political incidents do not impact this assessment on the long-term, says Flemming Dalgaard.

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