DP World unveils Expo 2020 Dubai pavilion

DP World has unveiled the design for its pavilion at Expo 2020 Dubai.

The pavilion one of the largest at next year’s Expo 2020 Dubai and be centred around the theme of “making trade flow”.

With the use of technologies such as augmented and virtual reality visitors will be able to see the real-time movement of cargo across the world, and learn how global trade happens. It will also showcase innovations such DP World Cargospeed by hyperloop, and automated high-rise stacking system for containers BoxBay.

DP World Group chairman & ceo Sultan Ahmed Bin Sulayem, said: “We have a vision to enable smarter trade for the benefit of everyone around the world through innovation and data-driven logistics.”

Once the Expo 2020 has finished the pavilion will be turned into an education, innovation, and training hub for the global logistics industry.

“The pavilion will become a permanent feature of Expo 2020 Dubai’s legacy at District 2020, reinforcing the emirate’s reputation as a knowledge-based economy. It will benefit future generations for years to come long after the event has ended by introducing young minds to career opportunities in logistics and trade coupled with insights into their vital role in keeping the world moving.”

Posted 9 October 2019

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