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DP World Paramaribo
DP World Paramaribo( also known as Integra Port Services NV) is a subsidiary of DP World, the 3th largest Terminal operator in the world. As the largest terminal operator in the Dr.Jules Sedney Port DP World Paramaribo offers vessel- and yard operation services with state-of the-art equipment, container freight station (CFS) services, LCL storage facilities, container stuffing and stripping services, Roll-On Roll-Off services and Reefer station monitoring using a terminal operating system (TOS)Read More
Suriname Port Services
Specialized bulk Terminal – La vigilantia –"Your logistics partner for project cargo in the mining, oil, gas & log industry For Logs, Cement, Oil & Gas, Gravel and bulk of all kinds Stuffing & stripping services Storage & Warehousing capabilitiesRead More
DP World Logistics Suriname
DP World Logistics Suriname N.V. is part of Suriname Port Services NV, subsidiary of DP World Paramaribo, and was established on October 29th , 2021 in Paramaribo.Read More
Through our logistics unit we offer smart logistics solutions across the globe through our global network.Read More
Our objective is to offer world class customer service through the distribution of adequate information within acceptable time frames. With our complaints handling procedure we aim to improve our customer's experience with our service.Read More
Our vessel schedules are published weekly on our website. Check the overview of expected vessels, vessels in our terminal and departing vessels.Read More
Our HSE Commitments
To support and influence our work culture and reduce risks, we believe that a Health Safety Environment (HSE) framework is essential.Read More
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DP World Paramaribo supports mangrove project for the second year in a row
Port operator, DP World Paramaribo, planted mangroves with its employees in Surinamese coast locally known as "weg naar zee"on Monday 14 September as part of Prof. Sieuwnath Naipal's Mangrove Rehabilitation project. They volunteered and, in compliance with the Covid-19 measures, received a short tour of the area, an explanation of the design of the mangrove rehabilitation project and the results of the mangrove planting activities of the past years were shared. This year, a total of 18 employees with family members participated as volunteers. In total 133 mangrove trees have been planned.
Within the Global Ports Group (GPG) it is “Go Green Week” in the week of 14 to 20 September. The GPG is a collaboration between the industry leaders of global port operators and they have three working arms in the field of Safety, Security & Environment. In this context, DP World participated and they have chosen to maintain the theme “Plant More Green” this year, with the aim of planting more greenery in and for the community.
As environmental change is an increasingly important cause for concern is one of the most efficient ways to have a meaningful impact on increasing the amount of green space. By planting more greenery, we can bring about changes in the short and long term. Mangroves were chosen for their special role in coastal protection, carbon sequestration, water purification and other ecosystem services they offer.
Successful greening of the community requires participation. The more people are involved, the more can be planted. It is the second time in a row that DP World Paramaribo is participating in this project.