Global Ports is ready to send the dividend to shareholders to 30% of net profit. In 2011, the volume of Russian container shipments at 1,000 people was 37 TEU compared to 132 TEUs in the U.S. and 172 TEUs in 27 EU countries. Global Ports is now 29% of the Russian market of container handling. Support for market share will and partnership with the Danish APM Terminals, which will provide a steady growth of traffic in the container terminals of the Russian company. As a result, the average annual growth rate of business Global Ports 2016 is 9%. Directly in 2012 analysts of "Uralsib Capital" expect revenues port holding at 533 million dollars, net profit forecast —$ 165 million. In this case, up to 30% of the profits the company traditionally send to shareholders on dividends. Cyclical nature of the market of containers allows you to balance the presence of a company's assets terminal VEOS, specializing in the handling of fuel oil. In 2011, this segment generated 29% of revenues.