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DP World Australia’s operations resume

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DP World Australia is pleased to announce that operations resumed at the company’s ports across Australia at 9 AM (AEDT) November 13 following successful tests of key systems overnight.

The company expects that approximately 5000 containers will move out of the four Australian terminals today.

The ongoing investigation and response to protect networks and systems may cause some necessary, temporary disruptions to their services in the coming days. This is a part of an investigation process and resuming normal logistical operations at this scale.

DP World Australia is continuing to work closely with, and appreciates the support of, the National Cyber Security Coordinator, the Australian Cyber Security Centre, the Australian Federal Police, Minister for Home Affairs and Cyber Security Clare O’Neil, Minister for Infrastructure, Transport, Regional Development and Local Government Catherine King, and other relevant government regulators and bodies.

Importantly, the resumption of port operations does not mean that this incident has concluded. DP World Australia’s investigation and ongoing remediation work are likely to continue for some time.

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