Ports provide a critical gateway for international waterborne trade. Making ports and their inland distribution systems more capable can contribute immensely to country's economic success and prosperity. Well-maintained, modernized, and efficient Port infrastructure and operations can result in increased trading activity that can greatly benefit emerging economies.
"CPCS has helped ports around the world to move towards more efficient market-driven systems. We combine port operations, technical and organizational expertise, with an understanding of the context of port reform and the role of the private sector in port development and operation."
Two key components of CPCS's Port Practice are as follows.
Port Planning and Management
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Philip Asante is a port economist with several years of project management experience on Greenfield and Brownfield projects in the maritime sector. He has advised national governments and private organizations on projects as varied as port privatizations and concessions, Greenfield development of maritime infrastructure, maritime freight forecasts and intermodal analysis, impact assessment of maritime sector PPP schemes and many others.
Mr. Asante has an MA degree in Economics and an MBA in International Business.