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King Abdullah Port, the first fully privately owned, developed & operated port in the Middle East is the flagship project of Ports Development Company. PDC is a joint venture between Emaar the Economic City and Huta Marine Works Ltd., two of the largest infrastructure developers in the Middle East. Established in 2010, Ports Development Company represents a strong shareholder base with extensive expertise and capabilities in mega infrastructure development, construction, specialized marine services, logistical facilities and port operations

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