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DP World: 利润猛增,淡定面对贸易紧张局势

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DP World: 利润猛增,淡定面对贸易紧张局势
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来源: Marine Link 2019-03-14
翻译:国际海事信息网 王雅媛 张运鸿
 
       在2018年利润增长10.2%的消息发布之后,全球最大港口运营商之一DP World周四表示,公司能在国际贸易紧张局势下平稳度过。
 
       DP World董事长Sultan Bin Sulayem在一份声明中表示:“因为贸易战和地缘政治逆风的影响,当前贸易前景尚不明朗,但今年开始的交易情况与预期相符,我们期待公司的投资组合继续保持弹性,希望看到近期收购和投资的收益有所增长。”
 
       迪拜政府控股的公司表示,2018年和2017年披露的项目分别为13亿美元和11.8亿美元,归属于公司所有者的利润有所增长。
 
       营收增长了19.8%,至56亿美元,董事会建议将股息提高5%至3.66亿美元,即每股43美分。
 
       DP World上个月表示,公司全球港口的集装箱货运量上涨了2%,至7140万个标准箱 (twenty-foot equivalent unit, 即20英尺标准集装箱,简称TEU)。
 
       该公司周四指出,其2018年投资组合的投资总额为9.08亿美元,低于公司当年14亿美元的资本支出指示。
 
       该公司预计的2019年资本支出将达到14亿美元,主要支出在阿拉伯联合酋长国(UAE)——主要港口杰贝勒阿里港(Jebel Ali Port)所属地、厄瓜多尔、索马里分离地区索马里兰和埃及。
 
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DP World downplays Trade Tensions as Profit Soars
 
DP World, one of the world's biggest port operators, said on Thursday its business could weather international trade tensions, after reporting a 10.2 percent rise in 2018 profit.
 
"Current year has started with trading in line with expectations and whilst the near-term outlook remains uncertain with the trade war and geopolitical headwinds, we expect our portfolio to remain resilient and see increased contributions from our recent acquisitions and investments,” Sultan bin Sulayem, DP World chairman, said in a statement.
 
The Dubai state controlled firm said it made a profit attributable to owners after separately disclosed items of $1.3 billion compared to $1.18 billion in 2017.
 
Revenue increased 19.8 percent to $5.6 billion and the board recommended increasing the dividend by 5 percent to $366 million, or 43 cents per share.
 
DP World said last month that container volumes across its global terminals had risen 2 percent to 71.4 million twenty-foot equivalent units (TEU).
 
It said on Thursday it invested $908 million across its portfolio in 2018, less than the firm's $1.4 billion capital expenditure guidance for the year.
 
The company expects capex of $1.4 billion in 2019, mainly in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) where its flagship Jebel Ali Port is located, Ecuador, Somalia’s breakaway region of Somaliland, and Egypt.
 

 

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