Jebel Ali port becomes distribution hub Dow Chemical

Jebel Ali port becomes distribution hub for Dow Chemical

5:24 PM, 19th August 2015
Jebel Ali port becomes distribution hub for Dow Chemical

DUBAI, UAE: DP World, UAE region, the region’s leading marine terminal operator, has reached an agreement with an affiliate of The Dow Chemical Company based in Jebel Ali (Dow) to support the distribution of Dow’s products.

DP World will provide Dow with value-added services such as Jebel Ali Port’s storage facilities and shipping to its customers globally. The contract was signed by Mohammed Al Muallem, senior vice-president and managing director of DP World, UAE Region and Moosa Al Moosa, president of Dow UAE in Jebel Ali, in the presence of senior officials from both organisations.

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