DP World is known for being a front runner in the industry with its commitment to sustainability Kathryn Beaven, DP World’s Director of Global Sustainability talks to Anne-Marie Causer about the latest projects the operator is spearheading to grow a stronger business and minimise its impact to the environment.
DP World Yarimca is automating two of its Konecranes RTG cranes to test the possibilities of better efficiency.
New commerce and tech innovation are the key create better supply chains and reach the region’s true trade potential says DP World.
An environmental initiative between four global port operators has encouraged 7,500 port employees to go green.
The industry is taking part in a scheme to help children learn about the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
DP World London Gateway reduced its carbon emissions by 28% in 2016 earning the operator continued certification to The Planet Mark sustainability programme.
Kalmar and DP World London Gateway are to pilot a fast charging shuttle carrier solution to help reduce emissions.
Kalmar is supplying DPW Australia with new equipment to boost performance and reduce emissions.
Electric vehicle charging points featuring Tesla chargers have been installed at Spain’s Sant Carles Marina by MDL Marinas, in partnership with Ports de la Generalitat.
DP World Group Chairman and CEO Sultan Ahmed Bin Sulayem and Tesla and SpaceX CEO Elon Musk have discussed the potential uses of Tesla technology for DP World’s global operations.
By its very nature logistics has always been ‘bitty’ because there are a million and one parties to the transport of goods. Consequently, a universal method of calculating the carbon footprint of the whole supply chain has been impossible to realise, but that may just be about to change, writes Anne-Marie Causer.
With work underway to construct 88,000 rooftop panels on DP World’s Dubai facilities, the company’s CEO has emphasised the importance of solar energy.
DP World has its sights fixed firmly on fast efficient logistics with the opening of its first smart logistics centre in Lurin, Peru.
DP World has been recognised for implementing best practice in reducing greenhouse gas emissions and improving environmental performance by the UK-based Carbon Disclosure Project (CDP).
The third annual joint ‘GO GREEN’ environmental initiative launched by the big marine terminal operators has seen companies raise the bar in promoting environmental stewardship.
DP World London Gateway has completed its creation of a new important intertidal habitat which will provide feeding ground for wading birds and fish.
DP World London Gateway Port has been awarded the green Planet Mark for demonstrating a commitment to carbon emissions reduction.
Charles Haines reports DP World, the international terminal operator, understands that carbon footprinting issues within individual facilities and along the transport and logistics supply chain are complex issues.
John Bensalhia looks at the latest products, trends, financial and safety elements of port lighting
Port operator DP World has joined APM Terminals in signing up to the global Carbon Disclosure Project, a programme that aims to “accelerate unified action on climate change”.
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