In 10 years this more than 720 millions euros invested by the local institution to the Sete port development. The sultan Ahmed Bin Sulayem signed up an agreement engaging his affiliate company P&O for 3 years.
By 2020, DP world specialised into the sea freight and trade transport will invest 400 millions euros for 4 millions tonnage versus 3,8 millions today.
According to the sultan, « the priority is for inter Mediterranean » exchanges. Indeed the growing market of the Mediterranean is a key piece of the worldwide connections. Carole Delga from the region is happy that « sete is going to be transformed as a trade platform for the Mediterranean ».
From the left to the right : JC Gayssot Sete port director, Sultan Ahmed Bin Sulayem, Carole Delga head of the regional office.
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