Join the conversation
DP World Australia has welcomed its final shipment of brand new ZPMC quay cranes into our Fremantle Terminal, ready to service larger vessels, and work more efficiently. After one crane has been unloaded, the remaining four cranes will continue on their journey with drop-offs at our Brisbane, Sydney and Melbourne terminals.
The mammoth BorWin Gamma topside will transmit approximately 900 megawatts of electricity from connected offshore wind farms in the North Sea to mainland Germany, powering over one millions homes. #CleanEnergy
It took our dedicated team at Drydocks World Dubai DDW over 13.5 million man-hours to complete the construction of the BorWin Gamma topside. The 18,000 tonnes structure is part of our ongoing contributions to sustainable energy development worldwide. Image credit: Ulrich Wirrwa
The innovative, renewable technology of the BorWin Gamma Topside, fabricated by DP World's Drydocks World Dubai DDW, will supply the annual electricity consumption of over one million households in Germany, making a positive impact on the country's energy transition.
The 18,000 tonnes BorWin Gamma Topside will transmit around 900 megawatts of electricity from connected offshore wind farms in the North Sea, to mainland Germany - providing enough clean wind energy to supply the annual electricity consumption of more than one million German homes. Drydocks World Dubai DDW
Since 2014, Drydocks World- Dubai, a DP World subsidiary, has taken over 13.5 million man-hours to construct the BorWin Gamma Topside, using 10,500 tonnes of steel — more than the Eiffel Tower with enough paint to cover 30 football fields.
The BorWin Gamma Platform Topside, built by DP World's Drydocks World Dubai DDW has set sail from Dubai for the North Sea on a heavy lift vessel via the Suez Canal. It will be installed 100km off the German coast in a water depth of 40m.
We're thrilled to win 'Innovator Of The Year' at the Gulf Business Awards for our collaboration with Virgin Hyperloop One to develop the DP World Cargospeed system. Thanks to Gulf Business magazine for recognizing the power of innovation and technology to shape the future of global trade.
Facebook Post (Aug 29, 18)
The London Court of International Arbitration today confirmed the illegitimacy of the Government of Djibouti’s action of seizing control of the Doraleh Container Terminal from DP World. The LCIA Tribunal has ruled that Doraleh Container Terminal’s Concession Agreement “remains valid and binding notwithstanding Law 202 and the 2018 Decrees”.