Another Day, Another Record for DP World
Our Sydney terminal has beaten Port Botany's exchange record
DP World’s Sydney terminal completed a record exchange of 5,595 units or 9,707 TEU working the Seamax Stratford on 1 December.
Another Day, Another Record Exchange for DP World
Sydney, Wednesday 3 December: DP World Sydney has completed a record exchange of 5,595 units or 9,707 TEU working the Seamax Stratford.
The exchange, completed on 1 December, represents the largest ever to take place at DP World Sydney’s Port Botany Terminal, beating the previous record achieved in July 2020 of 4,607 or 7,681 TEUs by 24 per cent.
The exchange also surpasses DP World’s own record in Australia of 5,261 units or 7,826 TEU set in June 2020 at DP World Melbourne.
The 334 metre OOCL vessel is one of six vessels on the A3 Central Service, a weekly caller through DP World Sydney which stops at ports in China and Taiwan.
The Seamax Stratford call follows the previous omission of Sydney by the OOCL Rotterdam.
Mark Hulme, General Manager of Operations at DP World Sydney said:
“DP World Sydney continues to handle the increasingly larger vessels calling Australian ports with experience and expertise.
This record-breaking exchange at DP World Sydney is the latest great news out of our Port Botany Terminal, following the announcement of the successful endorsement of our localised Enterprise Agreement on 19 November 2020.”
The contribution by all employees to this record is a testament to their skill and capability.”
The Seamax Stratford’s next stop will be at DP World’s Brisbane terminal, where it is expected to complete another record-busting exchange.
DP World's Sydney terminal has a direct rail link, allowing the easy and quick transport of cargo from ship to shore, in and out of Port Botany, for a complete end-to-end logistics solution.
About DP World
We are the leading provider of smart logistics solutions, enabling the flow of trade across the globe. Our comprehensive range of products and services covers every link of the integrated supply chain – from maritime and inland terminals to marine services and industrial parks as well as technology-driven customer solutions.
We deliver these services through an interconnected global network of 127 business units in 51 countries across six continents, with a significant presence both in high-growth and mature markets. Wherever we operate, we integrate sustainability and responsible corporate citizenship into our activities, striving for a positive contribution to the economies and communities where we live and work.
Our dedicated, diverse and professional team of more than 56,000 employees from 134 countries are committed to delivering unrivalled value to our customers and partners. We do this by focussing on mutually beneficial relationships – with governments, shippers, traders, and other stakeholders along the global supply chain – relationships built on a foundation of mutual trust and enduring partnership.
We think ahead, anticipate change, and deploy industry-leading technology to create the smartest, most efficient and innovative trade solutions, while ensuring a positive and sustainable impact on economies, societies, and our planet.