DP World is a leading enabler of global trade and an integral part of the supply chain. We operate multiple yet related businesses – from marine and inland terminals, maritime services, logistics and ancillary services to technology-driven trade solutions.
We have a portfolio of 78 operating marine and inland terminals supported by over 50 related businesses in over 40 countries across six continents with a significant presence in both high-growth and mature markets. We aim to be essential to the bright future of global trade, ensuring everything we contributes positively and sustainably to both the economy and society.
Our dedicated team of more than 45,000 employees from 103 countries cultivates long-standing relationships with governments, shipping lines, importers and exporters, communities, and many other important constituents of the global supply chain, to add value and provide quality services today and tomorrow.
Container handling is the company’s core business and generates more than 50% of its revenue. In 2018, DP World handled 71.4 million TEU (twenty-foot equivalent units) across our portfolio. With its committed pipeline of developments and expansions, the current gross capacity of 91.2 million TEU is expected to rise to approximately 100 million TEU by 2020, in line with market demand.
By thinking ahead, foreseeing change and innovating we aim to create the most productive, efficient and safe trade solutions globally.
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DP World Antwerp
DP World Antwerp is a leading stevedore in the Port of Antwerp. DP World Antwerp operates the Antwerp Gateway terminal at the Deurganckdock. Complementing the container terminal is Empty Depot Services – a 100% dedicated container maintenance service primarily for DP World Antwerp Gateway customers. On the right bank, DP World Antwerp is operator of the HUPAC rail terminal .
Excellent multi-modal connections
The port enjoys the benefits of excellent multi-modal connections to all major mainland European centres of consumption and production. The inland location means that the port of Antwerp enjoys a more central location in Europe than any other North Sea port. As a result, Antwerp has become one of Europe’s largest sea ports, ranking second behind Rotterdam for container throughput. It is also connected to the 1,500 km Belgian network of inland waterways and the European network of rivers and canals, where DP World manages 4 inland facilities via its division DP World Logistics : Liege Trilogiport in Belgium and Germersheim, Mannheim and Stuttgart in Germany. Antwerp is one of the biggest European rail ports and part of the three main rail corridors in Europe. The port is investing heavily in its rail offerings.