Increased capacity makes DP World grow

Dubai-based DP World has grown its container volumes by nine percent in the company's container terminals across the world in the first nine months of the year, says the company.

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The Middle Eastern port and terminal operator DP World has great ambitions aimed at expanding its ports and terminals with additional capacity, and the company looks to be firmly on track. At least judging by the result for the first nine months of the year, in which the company handled 9 percent more containers globally compared to last year. 44.8 million teu passed through the terminals, up from 40.7 million in the same period last year.

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