Dubai-based DP World links up with Israel Shipyards


Dubai-based logistics and maritime companies big DP World (Dubai Ports World) has signed a collaboration settlement with Israel Shipyards Ltd., managed by Shlomi Fogel, Sami Katsav, the Schmeltzer household and the Gold Bond Group (TASE: GOLD) (itself managed by Fogel and the Schmeltzer household). The settlement was signed a number of days in the past throughout a go to by Fogel to Dubai. Business sources imagine that the 2 corporations will bid collectively within the tender for the privatization of Haifa Port. This would be the first time that an organization from the United Arab Emirates (UAE) participates in an official authorities tender in Israel.

DP World, headed by chairman and CEO Sultan Ahmed Bin Sulayem, was based in 2005, and is now one of many largest maritime logistics corporations on the earth. The supply of its enterprise power is the Port of Jebel Ali within the west of Dubai, one of many largest cargo ports within the Center East, and in addition a free commerce zone.

DP World handles 70 million containers yearly, in addition to the loading and unloading of lots of of hundreds of automobiles. Other than its exercise in Dubai, it manages 82 seaport terminals in 40 nations. In 2019, its income totaled $7.68 billion and it posted a internet revenue of $1.34 billion. Within the first half of 2020, income rose 18% to $4.07 billion because of latest acquisitions. DP World has holdings in lots of infrastructure and maritime companies corporations around the globe.

Fogel, who additionally owns Ampa Capital, of which he’s chairman, and holds different investments, has intensive connections within the Arab world, and he is likely one of the Israeli businesspeople at present pushing forward quickly with cooperative offers with the UAE. He lately stated that he meant to arrange two sea routes from the UAE to Eilat. Just a few days in the past, Minister of Transport Miri Regev stated at an official occasion that there have been already two UAE corporations that had expressed curiosity in shopping for the outdated Haifa Port from the state.

Israel Shipyards lately raised NIS 340 million in return for 20% of its shares. It has three foremost actions: shipbuilding; port operations; and cement.

Israel Shipyards declined to touch upon the present report.

Printed by Globes, Israel enterprise information – – on September 15, 2020

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