Drewry: DP World well-positioned for the coming years

Terminal company DP World's growth in 2014 will continue in the coming years, says Drewry in an analysis of the highly expansive terminal company.

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The major player in the port and terminal sphere, Dubai-based DP World, grew its revenue by more than 12 percent in 2014, and this strong development looks set to continue over the next few years, according to British analyst agency Drewry, which also increases its rating of the company's share.

A strong investment program as well as a number of new terminals in 2015 will help keep DP World on the growth track, writes Drewry.

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