Abdulla Bin Damithan

Abdulla Bin Damithan

Chief Commercial Officer DP World – UAE Region

Abdulla Bin Damithan has been with DP World since 2001. He was appointed as Chief Commercial Officer for DP World – UAE Region in 2017. Bin Damithan is responsible for all revenue generation activities, products and services offered across the portfolio including Ports & Terminals, Parks & Zones and Trade Enablement solutions. Additionally, he sits on the board of a number of DP World’s global ports and terminals and is an independent director in logistics ventures. Bin Damithan holds a Bachelor’s degree in business and a graduate diploma in Maritime & Port Management. He has also completed the Dubai Leaders Program and leadership courses at the London Business School.
 
DP World is the leading enabler of global trade. The DP World, UAE Region portfolio includes Jebel Ali Port, Mina Rashid Cruise Terminal and Coastal Berth, Mina Al Hamriya in Dubai city and three Zones: Jebel Ali Free Zone, National industries Park and Dubai Auto Zone. DP World, UAE Region operates Jebel Ali Port, a poly-functional flagship facility. Jebel Ali Port is the largest seaport in the Middle East and a premier gateway for over 90 weekly services connecting more than 140 ports worldwide. Expansions currently underway at the Port will bring total handling capacity to 19.3 million containers by 2017. Jebel Ali port has been voted “Best Seaport in the Middle East” for 22 consecutive years and is ranked amongst the largest container ports worldwide. It has the world’s largest man-made harbour.
 

Time and date Venue Topic Speakers

Tuesday 25/02/2020

From 11:30 To 11:50

02/25/2020 11:30 02/25/2020 11:50 Welcome Remarks Za’abeel Hall 5, Breakbulk Main Stage

Za’abeel Hall 5, Breakbulk Main Stage

"Welcome Remarks "

Abdulla Bin Damithan Saif Al Mazrouei
Time and date

Tuesday 25/02/2020

From 11:30 To 11:50

02/25/2020 11:30 02/25/2020 11:50 Welcome Remarks Za’abeel Hall 5, Breakbulk Main Stage
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Za’abeel Hall 5, Breakbulk Main Stage

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