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  • 1. The Sun Never Sets on Dubai World
  • 2. Ports and Industrial Investment Hotels and Real Estate Parks and Finance Marketplace Shipping Leisure 2
  • 3. Where the Vision of Dubai Gets Built
  • 4. Dubai Shoreline, 67km Year 2000 4
  • 5. Major Projects Under Development October 2006 5
  • 6. Future Dubai 6
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  • 8. 17 Major Projects Under Development • The world’s largest privately held real estate developer • Five waterfront projects adding more than 1,500km of coastline compared to the current coastline of 67km • More than 2 billion sq ft of land under development • Providing residence for more than 1.5 million people over 15 years Nakheel Sales Centre 8
  • 9. The Palm trilogy • The Palm trilogy is the world’s 3 largest man-made islands • The Palm Jumeirah – more than 30 hotels including Trump, Fairmont, Hyatt, Movenpick and Atlantis. • The Palm Jumeirah peak population: 60,000 residents • The Palm monorail will be completed December 2008 - will ultimately have a peak capacity of 40,000 passengers / day • Reclamation complete on The Palm Jebel Ali; ongoing on The Palm Deira The Palm Jumeirah 9
  • 10. Progress update: The Palm The Palm Jumeirah • Handover began Dec 2006: 1300 villas and 2400 apartments • First hotels online in 2008 • Atlantis The Palm will open December 2008. The Palm Jebel Ali • Reclamation 100% complete • Infrastructure works beginning The Palm Deira • 15% reclaimed; more than entire area of Palm Jumeirah • Masterplan to be publicly launched 2007 The Palm Jumeirah 10
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  • 15. The World July 2006 16
  • 16. The World • 300 islands forming a map of The World • Reclamation to be completed 2008 • Islands vary between US$15 – 45m; depending on size and location • Size varies between 150,000 – 450,000 sq m • 45% sold The World October 2006 17
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  • 21. International Property Developments 22
  • 22. The Great Domodedovo, Russia Overall project Master-plan Detailed Master-plan | Signed & announced JV with Coalco | Phase-I total project cost (3000 hectares) : $ 11bn (est.) | Detailed master-plans and designs completed | Total project area of 18,000 hectares – residential, retail, commercial & industrial 23
  • 23. Khodynskaya, Russia Concept Design Concept Design | Two 38-storey signature towers | A-class office space of 150,000 sq m | Project cost: $700 mn 24
  • 24. Karachi Waterfront, Pakistan Overall project master-plan Open Spaces Plan Land Reclamation Plan Project description Project status | Formal approval given by President and Prime Minister | Partnering with the Government of Pakistan | JV Agreement expected by the President and | Total project cost (Phase-I of 2,000 hectares): $20bn Prime Minister on 31/3 | Total area of 25,000 hectares | Implementation Plan currently being developed 25
  • 25. Hulhule Lagoon Resort, Maldives Overall Project Master Plan Detail Renderings Project description Project status | Discussions ongoing with Minister of | Includes a port, free zone and logistics hub, resort Investment & Trade to finalize commercial island and a retail island terms | Master plans for resort and retail islands Total area of | LML leading discussions for Dubai World 125-130 hectares (mostly reclaimed land) | Agreement reached on most of the terms 26
  • 26. Qingdao, China Overall Project Master Plan Detailed Designs Project description Project status | Discussions ongoing with Qindao | Total area of 34 hectares including a reclaimed island of Government to finalize the master plan and 15 hectares the commercial terms | Unique combination of private and public spaces | Various studies underway – bathymetric including parks, marinas, amphitheatre, performing arts study, external services & infrastructure centre, iconic and business hotels, and retail requirements, land survey, etc 27
  • 27. Commercial Projects International City Jumeirah Village • Project “A” is one of the largest development projects in Dubai, with a projected built up area of 75 million sq. ft. and an estimated value of around USD 12 billion. • The construction work has already started for phase one and the first set of showcase office buildings will be commissioned by Q2 2007. Project “A” will be formally launched in Q3 2006. 28
  • 28. Global Ports connecting Global Markets 29
  • 29. DP World Portfolio UK France Belgium Germany Romania Russia China  Southampton  Le Havre (2)  Germersheim  Constanta  Vostochny  Qingdao (QQCT) Delwaide Dock  Tilbury  Fos  Deurganckdok  Tianjin  Marseille  Yantai  Hong Kong CT3  Hong Kong CT8 Canada  Vancouver Philippines  Manila Dominican Republic  Caucedo South Korea  Pusan Venezuela India  Puerto Cabello  Chennai  Cochin* Argentina  Mundra  Nhava Sheva  Buenos Aires  Visakhapatnan Australia UAE Container terminal  Brisbane  Fujairah  Sydney  Jebel Ali Port Republic of Saudi Arabia Mozambique Djibouti Pakistan Thailand Indonesia  Melbourne  Mina Zayed  Fremantle  Port Rashid  Jeddah  Maputo  Djibouti  Bin Qasim  Laem Chabang  Surabaya  Adelaide 42 terminals in 22 countries* 30 * As of 1March 2007
  • 30. New Projects in Development China: Qingdao (IV) UK: London Gateway(1) 6.0m TEUs 3.5m TEUs Turkey: Yarimca(1) Vietnam: Ho Chi Minh City 1.0m TEUs 1.5m TEUs Peru: Callao Pakistan: QICT (II) 1.4m TEUs 1.2m TEUs India: Kulpi(1) Djibouti: Doraleh(2) 1.4m TEUs 1.5m TEUs Dubai: Jebel Ali T2 India: Vallarpadam(2) 5.0m TEUs 3.0m TEUs Pipeline of developments of up to 25.5m TEUs in expected capacity when fully operational, of which approximately 11m TEUs expected to be on stream by 2010 Note: Estimated full capacity 31 (1) Subject to receiving final third party approval (2) Replacing existing facilities
  • 31. Jebel Ali Master Plan 1980 1977 Today Handled 8.7M TEU in 2006 Under Development T2 (Jebel Ali & Port Rashid). Jebel Ali will be capable of handling 13 million TEU’s in 2010. USD 407m development of Terminal 2 already commenced. Completed within 3 years 32
  • 32. DP World Jebel Ali – Innovation in Action MSC Pamela – at 9,200 TEU capacity, one of the new generation vessels, being handled on our dedicated super- vessel berth by 7 of our 10 mega-cranes Innovation – DP World uses the largest cranes in the world and the first with Quad-Container lift capability. 33
  • 33. • 8000 Employees. • 3 Large Graving Docks. • Ship Repair, Conversion & Ship Building. • OHSAS 18001 certified. • ISO 9001:2000 certified. • Lloyds Register Best Ship Repair & Shipyard Award. 34
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  • 35. Dubai Maritime City 36
  • 36. Dubai Maritime City • Total Project - 227 ha. • Commercial area - 121 ha. • Industrial area (JADAF Dubai) - 106 ha. • Building heights 5 - 230 meters. • 19 office tower development. • 14 residential tower development. • Academy to house simulation, training, certification and scholarship activities. 37
  • 37. • ISS is the worlds leading Marine Services provider managing over 50,000 port calls. • 2,300 staff located in 210 ports in over 50 countries. • over 2,500 clients across the oil, cruise, navy, container and commodity sectors. 38
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  • 39. Expanding our logistical facilities Phase 14 Phase 9 Phase 13 Phase 12 Phase 10 40
  • 40. International Standards – Jafza View First two towers within Jebel Ali Industrial area. Located in the Delivery date: South Zone, it is an LG+G+M+25 Floors, Office Buildings with a common Reception, retail shops, Food Court, Mini Mart, Coffee April 2007 Shops as well as “Supporting Service” facilities such as Jafza View Conference Rooms, Business Center.. Etc 18&19 41
  • 41. Creating an environment conducive to communication & knowledge sharing Jebel Ali Port Sizes • wireless internet Facilities (leasable in • Managed desk sqm) • state of the art security Offices – 2174 110,294 • Business Center 2 Modular Auditorium + (VIP Majlis + 1,107 Lecturers Room) • Business club VIP Function Hall 1,120 • Energy Saving System Meeting/Conference Rooms – 22 1,840 Exhibition Hall 1,950 Food Court - 22 3,176 Retail – 22 1,897 42
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  • 43. Landuse Plan TECHNO PARK – ZONING PLAN Worker Housing 1.5 % Civic Facilities 0.5 % Technology Core 29 % Light Industrial Zone 34 % % ZONES TECHNO PARK Mixed Use Strip 4 % Technology Corridor 31 % Total Area = 16 Million Sq.m Estimated Worker Population = 164,000 Workers Total Gross Leasable Area = 9.4 Million Sq.m Gross Population Density = 102 Workers/ Ha 44
  • 44. Iconic Building Techno Park 45
  • 45. Perspective View northwards Techno Park 46
  • 46. A Diverse Investment Company 47
  • 47. Istithmar Hotels 48
  • 48. Victoria & Alfred Water Front, South Cape, South Africa 49
  • 49. Consumer Sector 50
  • 50. Financial Sector 51
  • 51. Industrial Sector 52
  • 52. • Established in June 2000. • Tejari is the region’s premier eCommerce provider, and the world’s largest regional eMarketplace. • Diversifying customer base of more than 75,000 member companies in 11 countries. • Deals worth more than $ 4 Billion conducted through the eMarketplace. 53
  • 53. • Highly diversified customer base • One of the world’s most recognized B2B brands • Extraordinary regional growth • Facilitating procurement and international trade 54
  • 54. DMCC Market Initiatives Diamonds and Coloured Stones  Administration of U.N. Kimberley Process  Dubai Diamond Exchange  Dubai Gem Club  Dubai Gem Certification  Dubai Cut Brand 55
  • 55. Dubai Multi Commodities Centre CORE NON-CORE Joint Brands Products Ventures Dubai Gold Receipt Community Management Dubai Commodity Receipt Dubai Good Delivery LNG Storage Kimberly Hub Process Dubai Cut 56
  • 56. Thank You

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