DP World, Israel Shipyards in joint bid for Haifa privatisation
DoverTower is co-owned by Israeli businessman Shlomi Fogel, a shareholder in Israel Shipyards.
Israel Shipyards Industries has submitted a joint bid with Dubai’s DP World in a tender to privatise Israel’s Haifa Port, the company said on Thursday.
The two signed an agreement for exclusive cooperation in the privatisation of the port, one of Israel’s two main sea terminals on its Mediterranean coast.
Israel Shipyards said the cooperation would help boost ports competition, lower costs and establish an advanced international trade and logistics infrastructure, adding it would make Haifa a central hub in the Middle East.
Last month, Dubai state-owned DP World, which operates ports from Hong Kong to Buenos Aires, said it signed a series of agreements with Israel’s DoverTower that included a joint bid in the privatisation of Haifa Port.
DoverTower is co-owned by Israeli businessman Shlomi Fogel, a shareholder in Israel Shipyards. At the time Fogel said DP World would collaborate with Israel Shipyards in the Haifa Port privatisation.
Israel is selling its state-owned ports and building new private docks to encourage competition and bring down costs.
Haifa Port will need to be upgraded to compete with a modern one China’s Shanghai International Port Group is building nearby. — Reuters
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