Home World Middle East DP World sells Adelaide Port The Dubai-based port operator sold its 60 per cent stake to Australian firm Flinders. by Reuters July 3, 2012 Port operator DP World was forced to handover its 60-per cent holding in Adelaide’s container terminal to Flinders Port after the Australian firm exercised its right to buy the stake, DP World said on Tuesday. The stake sale was triggered by a transaction entered by the state-owned Dubai firm last year to sell 75-per cent of its Australian operations to private equity firm Citi Infrastructure Investors (CII) for $1.5 billion. Flinders, which owned the remaining 40 per cent in the terminal, received the rights to acquire the DP World stake following that deal. “Flinders Ports have remained insistent in exercising specific provisions in a shareholders agreement to acquire DP World Australia’s shareholding in the joint venture,” Ganesh Raj, managing director for DP World’s Australian business said. “This was not a negotiated transaction and the total enterprise value, in excess of $235 million, representing 12.3 times historic earnings was determined by an independent expert valuer,” he said in a statement. DP World Australia also operates container terminals in Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne and Fremantle. Tags Breaking News World 0 Comments Share Tweet Share Share You might also like Global downturn risks becoming prolonged recession – WEF How should regional businesses effectively navigate their workforce through the Covid-19 pandemic Warmest oceans on record add to hurricanes, wildfires risks Is coronavirus the newest threat to cybersecurity in the GCC?