We're a family of more than 56,000 employees who make trade happen everyday. We know that people are our most important asset, so we take care of our own, nurturing and helping them achieve their full potential through comprehensive programmes of learning and development.
Through our logistics business we look to enable the most efficient production and movement of cargo globally, connecting the dots between our own global network of ports and terminals with ground-breaking technology.
We focus on helping our customers handle their cargo movement, from points of production to points of sale, in the most efficient way possible. We support them as they consolidate gains in an established market or stretch for growth in an emerging region.
Since 2014, we have had a committed team working to deliver diversity and inclusion programmes, promote equal opportunities, and stand up to discrimination. By ensuring DP World resembles the communities in which we operate, we will develop stronger and more beneficial relationships with the world around us.
In what's traditionally known as a male-dominated industry, our ports and terminals, logistics parks and economic zones find women working in groundbreaking roles that are revolutionising the industry. Their stories, their skills, their families, and the innovative contributions they make to our business are what helps us shape the future of trade.
DP World Cargospeed, the first initiative of its kind, was created through a partnership between DP World and Virgin Hyperloop One, to provide hyperloop-enabled cargo systems that will enable fast, sustainable and efficient delivery of palletised cargo around the world.
BoxBay will offer different solutions for container storing and handling by means of High Bay Storage (HBS) systems - a disruptive technology that significantly improves operations at container terminals.