80+ terminals of DP World

DP World operates over 80 marine and inland ports and terminals, supported by over 50 countries across six continents. Additionally, DP World serves about 70,000 vessels per year, or approximately 190 vessels every day. In addition, the company operates over 1,660 cranes around the globe. Through the efficient management of container, bulk, and other terminal cargo, DP World strives to improve the efficiency of its customers' supply chains. Its approximately 55,000-strong workforce of committed, experienced, and professional employees serve clients in some of the most dynamic economies in the world.

Location of DP World's operations

The container terminals and ports operated by DP World are listed below:


1. DP World Prince Rupert Inc

2. DP World Nanaimo

3. DP World Vancouver

4. DP World Fraser Surrey

5. South Carolina Gateway

6. DP World Caucedo

7. Port of Paramaribo

8. Atlantic LNG Terminal

9. Point Fortin Terminal

10. Duran Logistics Center

11. DP World Hong Kong

12. Terminal Petikemas Surabaya

13. ATI Batangas

14. Euroandinos Port Terminal

15. Port of Manila – South Harbor (MNS)

16. Pusan Newport Company

17. Laem Chabang International Terminal (LCIT)

18. Saigon Premier Container Terminal (SPCT)

19. DP World Chennai

20. DP World Cochin

21. DP World Kulpi

22. Mundra International Container Terminal MICT

23. DP World Nhava Sheva

24. Visakha Container Terminal

25. Qingdao Qianwan Container Terminal

26. Qingdao New Qianwan Container Terminal

27. Qingdao Qianwan United Container Terminal

28. Qingdao Qianwan United Advance Container Terminal

29. Tianjin Orient Container Terminal

30. Yantai International Container Terminal

31. DP World Karachi

32. Terminales Rio de la Plata

33. Empresa Brasileira de Terminais Portuários (EMBRAPORT)

34. DP World Vancouver – Stevedoring Division

35. DP World Vancouver – Container Division

36. DP World Nanaimo

37. DP World Caucedo

38. DP World Callao

39. DP World Paramaribo

40. DP World Paramaribo

41. DP World Brisbane

42. DP World Fremantle

43. DP World Melbourne

44. DP World Sydney

45. DP World Djazair

46. DP World Djen Djen

47. Port Autonome International de Djibouti PAID

48. Doraleh Container Terminal (DCT)

49. Maputo Intermodal Container Deport (MICD)

50. DP World Cargo Services Mozambique

51. DP World Maputo

52. DP World Dakar – Terminal à Conteneur

53. DP World Cargo Services – Cape Town

54. DP World Cargo Services – Durban

55. DP World Cargo Services – Port Elizabeth

56. DP World Cargo Services – Richards Bay

57. DP World Dakar – Port du Futur

58. Antwerp Gateway

59. DP World Antwerp – Delwaide

60. Beverdonk Container Terminal


62. FOS 2xL

63. Terminal de France

64. Quai des Amériques

65. Quai de l'Europe

66. DP World Germersheim

67. Rotterdam World Gateway

68. DP World Constanta

69. DP World Tarragona

70. DP World Yarimca

71. DP World London Gateway

72. DP World Southampton

73. DP World Sokhna

74. DP World Sokhna (new development)

75. DP World Jeddah

76. DP World Berbera

77. DP World Prince Rupert Inc

78. Al Hamriya Port

79. Port Rashid

80. DP World Jebel Ali – Terminal 1

81. DP World Jebel Ali – Terminal 2

82. DP World Jebel Ali – Terminal 3

83. DP World Fujairah

As a leading operator of strategically located ports and marine terminals across a range of regions, including mature and high-growth economies, DP World Ports & Terminals plays a key role. SeaRates is committed to supporting our customers in the most effective transportation of their goods from points of production to points of sale. We assist them in efficiently managing expenses as they consolidate gains in established markets or pursue development in new areas. 

By booking via SeaRates, you will have access to over 80 DP World ports and terminals worldwide. Contact us at [email protected] to get customized offers and solutions for your supply chain needs using these ports and terminals.

Lilia Khovrak is a professional content manager from Odessa, Ukraine. Loves life by the sea. Dreams to see Paris and eat a croissant on the thresholds of Notre Dame de Paris. Hates to read meaningless articles.