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CORPORATE OVERVIEW
PRESENTATION Q1 2015
Prepared by DP World Corporate Communications
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Our Business
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SUSTAINABLE VALUE THROUGH GLOBAL GROWTH, SERVICE AND EXCELLENCE
Marine Terminals
Container handling is our core business
and generates more than three quarters
of our revenue
P&O Maritime
Services
DP World Cargo
Services
Owns and operates a fleet of
specialist vessels, including
tugs, ice breakers, and river
barges, providing logistics
solutions to public and
private sector customers
One of South Africa’s major
stevedoring companies,
offering the full range of
stevedoring services
Container Rail
Road Services
World Crane
Services
Provides connectivity
between ports and their
hinterland through a portfolio
of service products including
transport options by rail and
a combination of road/rail
Offers third party inspection
services for newly built
container handling
equipment, as well as on site
inspection services for
existing equipment
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Marine Terminals
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DP World is a global marine terminals operator with a portfolio of more than 65
terminals across six continents(1), including new developments underway in India,
Africa, Europe and the Middle East.
Container handling is the company’s core business with a focus on origin and
destination cargo and faster growing emerging markets.
In 2014, DP World handled 60 million TEU (twenty-foot equivalent container units)
and its gross capacity reached 70 million TEU. With its committed pipeline of
developments and expansions, capacity is expected to rise to more than 100
million TEU by 2020, in line with market demand.
DP World has a dedicated, experienced and professional team of 30,000 people
serving its customers around the world.
(1) As of February 2015
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A Committed Portfolio
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AUSTRALIA &
AMERICAS
MIDDLE EAST,
EUROPE & AFRICA
ASIA PACIFIC &
INDIAN
SUBCONTINENT
Argentina
Australia
Brazil
Canada
Dominican Republic
Peru
Suriname
Algeria
Belgium
Djibouti
Egypt
France
Germany
Mozambique
Netherlands
Romania
Saudi Arabia
Senegal
Spain
Turkey
UAE
UK
China
Hong Kong
India
Indonesia
Pakistan
Philippines
South Korea
Thailand
Vietnam
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SUSTAINABLE VALUE THROUGH GLOBAL GROWTH, SERVICE AND EXCELLENCE
DP World handles
approx. 9% of the
world’s container
trade
Around the world,
DP World handles
more than
150,000
containers a day
DP World is the
fourth* largest
marine terminal
operator in the
world by throughput
Put end to end,
the containers we
handle in a year
would circle the
world more than
eight times
*2013; based on equity TEU. Source:
Drewry Maritime Research
We serve around
66,000 vessels a
year – or nearly
180 a day
We operate more
than 6,000
container handling
cranes
Our team of 30,000
people is truly
global, made up of
more than 90
nationalities
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Our yard area
covers 1,374
hectares,
the equivalent of
almost 2,000
football pitches
DP World has
more than 55
kilometres of quay
wall globally
Global Container Port Industry
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GLOBAL CONTAINER PORT INDUSTRY
Regional Split of 2013 Industry Container Volumes
Unique Industry
• Over 4500 container ports around the world
• Serving a fleet of 5950 container vessels
Far East
South East Asia
4%
North Europe
4%
North America
4%
South Europe
Middle East
39%
6%
Africa
Central America
6%
South America
South Asia
8%
Australasia
East Europe
9%
14%
All data from Drewry Maritime Research's Global Container Terminal Operators
2014 Annual Report and Alphaliner
Review of industry in 2013
• 623 million TEU handled globally (39% Far East)
• 931 million TEU capacity
• Utilisation rate of 66%
Industry Forecasts 2012-2017
• Container volumes expected annual average growth of 5.4% vs.
expected capacity growth of 3.7%
• Volumes expected to reach 840million TEU by 2018
• Emerging markets will outperform industry as a whole
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1972
Port Rashid Development
Why DP World
1991
Dubai Ports Authority
created
Jebel Ali
2000
Concessions won
in Jeddah (Saudi Arabia)
and Djibouti
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Concession won in
Constanta
(Romania)
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2005
CSX World Terminals
acquired
DP World created
2007
Listed
NASDAQ Dubai
2006
P&O Acquired
1979
Jebel Ali Port Open
1999
Dubai Ports
International FZE
formed
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2002
Concession won in
Visakhapatnam
(India)
2004
Concession won in
Cochin (India)
2011
Listed
London Stock
Exchange
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AS A PREMIER PARTNER, WE SUPPORTED DUBAI’S SUCCESSFUL BID TO HOST EXPO2020
The first ship called
at DP World London
Gateway, Britain’s
new high-tech
shipping port and
Europe’s largest
logistics hub
DP World reports
8.9% volume growth
in 2014; Handling
60m TEU across its
portfolio
DP World terminal in
Embraport (Brazil)
became operational
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Jebel Ali launched its
new one million TEU
Terminal 2
expansion,
welcoming one of the
world’s largest
container vessels,
the MSC La Spezia
The most advanced
semi-automated
terminal in Australia
officially opened at
DP World Brisbane
Vision, Mission and Values
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VISION
MISSION
VALUES
Sustainable value through global
growth, service and excellence.
A global approach to a local
business environment where
excellence, innovation and
profitability drive our core business
philosophy of exceptional
customer service.
Commitment to our people and our
customers
Profitable global growth
Responsible corporate and
personal behaviour
Excellence and innovation
Our Vision looks to our future. It gives
direction to where we are going and
what we want our Company to become
Our Mission describes our purpose. It
says what we exist to do and how this
takes us towards achieving our Vision.
Our Values are the common principles
that shape our culture. They describe
“how we do things” at DP World.
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OUR VISION, MISSION AND VALUES ARE EMBEDDED IN OUR STRATEGY
STRATEGIC PILLARS
Our organisation-wide strategic pillars define
objectives that apply across the regions and
business units in our Group.
STRATEGIC PRIORITIES
Our four strategic priorities tell the story of our
strategy and describe how we create value for our
stakeholders by focusing on four critical business
areas.
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Why DP World
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INVESTORS
Significant operational
leverage from price
improvements, cost
management and high
utilisation
DP World is focused on
faster growing emerging
markets handling price
making cargo in an
industry with high
barriers to entry
EBITDA margins will
continue to improve,
reaching 50% in the
medium term
DP World has a strong
balance sheet, well
positioned to finance
expansion of the
portfolio to
approximately 100
million TEU by around
2020
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DP World has invested
over $6 billion since
2007 in assets that
have an average life of
approximately 40 years
Return on capital
employed has doubled
since 2009 and will
continue to improve as
the portfolio matures
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CUSTOMERS
GLOBAL SPREAD
CUSTOMER SERVICE
LONG-TERM
CONCESSIONS
INNOVATION
PRODUCTIVITY AND
EFFICIENCY
STRONG BALANCE
SHEET
Six continents…over 30
countries…we are
where our customers
need us to be
Always asking what we
can do better for our
customers leads to
unparalleled levels of
service
With an average
terminal concession
length of 40 years,
we’re in it for the long
term
Forever looking for
smarter, safer and
quicker ways to do
things means we’re
always one step ahead
of the competition
Minimising vessel
turnaround times and
helping speed goods to
market is a priority
Financial agility means
we can take advantage
of new opportunities as
and when they arise
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CAREERS
LEARNING & DEVELOPMENT
GLOBAL OPPORTUNITIES
EMPLOYER OF CHOICE
RESPONSIBILITY
We nurture our people and help
them achieve their full potential.
The in-house DP World Institute
offers courses for every
employee at every level
With a presence in over 65
countries, we offer truly
international career prospects
We recruit and retain the best in
the business, providing our
people with support and the
means to excel
Our people are valuable and
valued members of the
communities in which we
operate
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OUR FLAGSHIP FACILITY AND GATEWAY TO THE REGION
Jebel Ali is the world’s
largest man-made
container port and the
largest between
Rotterdam and
Singapore
Approximately 50% of
volumes are
“Destination or Origin
Dubai”
Jebel Ali can
accommodate any
vessel size in existence
or on order
World’s 9th largest
container port in 2013
15 m TEU capacity
today, 19m TEU in the
second half of 2015
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Total quay length of
over 20 kms, a footprint
of 12 million sq metres,
78 giant quay cranes
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OUR FLAGSHIP FACILITY AND GATEWAY TO THE REGION
Over the last 10 years
average ship size at
Jebel Ali has doubled
Over 180 shipping lines
with more than 90
weekly services
100 million containers
passed through
DP World, UAE Region
terminals in ten years to
Jan 2013
Ability to handle the
largest container
vessels afloat and on
order
Jebel Ali is the gateway
to Middle East, Africa
and Indian Subcontinent
Employs more than
6,000 people in UAE
Region
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Jebel Ali Connectivity
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Looking forward,
Etihad Rail will have a
depot within the Jebel
Ali facility which will
be connected to the
rest of the GCC via
rail adding
unprecedented reach
for the supply chain
industry.
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A dedicated sea – air
customs bonded
corridor providing the
shortest transit in the
world, connecting a
sea – air box within 45
minutes of discharge
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Connected through
the main UAE / GCC
Road network to the
region – 2 to 3 days
road transit to
anywhere in the GCC.
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OUR OBJECTIVE IS TO INTEGRATE RESPONSIBLE BUSINESS PRACTICES INTO OUR DAILY
ACTIVITIES, GROWING OUR BUSINESS IN A SUSTAINABLE MANNER
Community
Environment
People & Safety
Marketplace
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It’s
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in
DNA
our
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SULTAN AHMED BIN
SULAYEM
CHAIRMAN
JAMAL MAJID BIN
THANIAH
NON-EXECUTIVE
DIRECTOR AND VICE
CHAIRMAN
SIR JOHN PARKER
SENIOR
INDEPENDENT
NON-EXECUTIVE
DIRECTOR AND VICE
CHAIRMAN
DEEPAK PAREKH
INDEPENDENT NONEXECUTIVE
DIRECTOR
ROBERT WOODS
INDEPENDENT NONEXECUTIVE
DIRECTOR
MARK RUSSELL
INDEPENDENT NONEXECUTIVE
DIRECTOR
MOHAMMED SHARAF
GROUP CHIEF
EXECUTIVE
OFFICER
YUVRAJ NARAYAN
CHIEF FINANCIAL
OFFICER
Sultan Ahmed Bin
Sulayem has served as
Chairman of the Board
of the Company since 30
May 2007.
Jamal Majid Bin Thaniah
has served as a Director
and Vice Chairman of
the Company since 30
May 2007 and became a
Non-Executive Director
on 27 October 2009.
Sir John Parker has
served as an
Independent NonExecutive Director and
Vice Chairman of the
Company since 30 May
2007. He also acts as
the Senior Independent
Director.
Deepak Parekh was
appointed as an
Independent NonExecutive Director of the
Company on 22 March
2011.
Robert Woods was
appointed as an
Independent NonExecutive Director of the
Company on January
2014.
Mark Russell was
appointed as an
Independent NonExecutive Director of the
Company on 11 August
2014.
Mohammed Sharaf has
served as Group Chief
Executive Officer since
2005 and as a Director
of the Company since 30
May 2007.
Yuvraj Narayan has
served as Chief
Financial Officer of the
Group since 2005 and
as a Director of the
Company since 9 August
2006.
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HEAD OFFICE
DP World
5th Floor, JAFZA 17
Jebel Ali Free Zone
PO Box 17000
Dubai – UAE
T: +971 4 881 1110
F: +971 4 881 1344
[email protected]
www.dpworld.com
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CORPORATE OVERVIEW
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