Jebel Ali Port Wins Scata Award

Monday, June 07, 2010
Photo courtesy Dubai World

DP World, UAE Region has been named Shipping Port of the Year for the third time at the prestigious annual Supply Chain and Transport Awards 2010 (SCATA).

The award was presented to DP World, UAE Region, at a gala ceremony held at the Grosvenor House on Wednesday, June 2. The event was attended by several hundred supply chain industry leaders.

Jebel Ali Port, which previously won the Outstanding Achievement and Port Operator of the Year Awards in 2007 and the Port Operator of the Year Award in 2008, was cited for its exceptional performance in the field of terminal management, innovative solutions, improved efficiencies and forward-looking investments.

Abdulla Bin Damithan, Director, Account Management, Container Terminals, DP World, UAE Region, accepted the award on behalf of DP World.

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