DP World, Zhejiang Seaport Group partner to enhance Dubai-Ningbo route

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DP World and Zhejiang Seaport Group are partnering to boost shipping routes and logistics between Jebel Ali Port in and Ningbo-Zhoushan Port.

DP World and Zhejiang Seaport Group have partnered to strengthen port logistics and shipping routes between Jebel Ali Port in Dubai and Ningbo-Zhoushan Port in China.

The partnership will focus on attracting shipping companies to establish additional maritime routes between the two ports and encourage shipping lines to cooperate in slot exchanges and vessel space purchases on the Dubai-Ningbo route, enhancing connectivity and efficiency between the two maritime hubs.

The two companies will cooperate to promote the construction of green and low-carbon ports, establish an information-sharing mechanism, and share experiences in the construction of green terminals, the use of shore power and the refuelling of green ships with environmentally friendly fuels such as LNG and green methanol.

The collaboration will promote low-carbon facilities in ports, expand the application of new energy, encourage ships to use clean fuels and establish a green shipping corridor between Jebel Ali Port and Ningbo-Zhoushan Port, contributing to the green transition of the shipping industry.

The agreement will also explore the possibility of investment in logistic opportunities in the Jebel Ali Free Zone and Zhejiang Free Trade Zone, and support automobile logistics by leveraging the advantages of Dubai as a regional transit hub and China as a major exporter of automotive to support Ro-Ro trade between Ningbo-Zhoushan Port and Jebel Ali in Dubai.

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