Meet Some of the Senior Management of DP World
I was curious about this as I read that a number of non-Muslims held top management positions at DP World, the company that is going to be taking over part of the operations in several U.S. ports. So here they are, a bunch of race traitors and sell outs no doubt.
Edward H. (Ted) Bilkey is the Chief Operating Officer of DP World and reports directly to the CEO.
Ted has over thirty years of diverse experience in the transportation industry. He has served as the President of Norton Lilly & Co., a premier shipping agency in the United States. Mr. Bilkey was instrumental in the development of China Ocean Shipping Company’s services to the United States after the opening of China in the 1980s. He also served as Vice President of Maher Terminals in the Port of New York, one of the major US Terminal Operators.
In the late 80s to mid 90s, Mr. Bilkey served as the Executive Director of Dubai Ports Authority and Jebel Ali Free Zone Authority and was involved in establishing the foundation for its rapid growth both domestically and internationally.
Mr. Bilkey is a graduate of Yale University and has Masters Degrees from the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, run by Harvard, MIT and Tuffs Universities. He served in the US Navy after completing his graduate studies and has been in the shipping/terminal industry throughout his business career.
Note that Mr. Bilkey is planning on retiring soon.
George Dalton is General Counsel for DP World. Mr. Dalton has over 25 years of legal experience with an extensive background in corporate, financing and international transactions. At DP World he manages and oversees all legal matters. Mr. Dalton joined CSX World Terminals in 1999 as Vice President and General Counsel. Previously, he was with Sea-Land beginning in 1995 as counsel to the North America Terminal Operating Group and the Americas Division which covered activities in Latin America and the Caribbean. Prior to joining Sea-Land, he was a partner in the New York City maritime firm of Kirlin, Campbell & Keating until 1987 when he became a founding partner of Maddy, Dalton & Lion which focused on international transactions and corporate matters. Mr. Dalton has a juris doctorate from Fordham University School of Law in New York and is a graduate of Fordham University. He is a member of several legal associations.
Joost Kruijning Senior Vice President – Operations of DP World. In this capacity he runs the day-to-day Operations at the various port facilities managed, co-owned or owned by Dubai International spread over four continents – Europe (Romania), Africa (Djibouti), Middle-East (Jeddah) and Sub-continent (Visakhapatnam).
While attending the Maritime Institute in his hometown of Rotterdam, The Netherlands, Mr Kruijning started his shipping career in 1988 by joining the Sea-Land Service Inc. Operations Department at their Rotterdam Container facility. During his 13-year tenure with Sea-Land Service Inc., he was closely involved with the development and start-up operations of the Sea-Land Delta Terminal Project, the first semi-automated container terminal in the Ports Industry. This was followed by assignments in Russia as Port Manager – St.Petersburg and the Sultanate of Oman as Terminal Operations Manager – Salalah Port Services Inc., before joining Dubai Ports International in 2001 as Senior Manager – International Port Operations.
With a team of extremely dedicated Dubai based and On-Site Operations, Technical and IT professionals, the DP World Operations department focuses on implementation, maintaining and reviewing of our Industries International Best Business Practices and Standards with clearly defined KPI’s, processes & procedures, using the latest technologies available to manage, measure and control.
Matt Leech, Head of Business Development.
Michael Moore, Senior Vice President Commercial.
Frankly, I’m having a really hard time seeing this company, even state owned, as being a front for terrorists.