The transnational project "South Baltic Transport Loops" (SBTL), supported by the European Union and initially developed by Hamburg Port Consulting (HPC) recently held its closing conference in Copenhagen. Aimed at assisting in the development of smaller and medium-sized ports in the region, a number of significant new sea connections have resulted.
Dr Nils Kemme has been appointed Managing Director of HPC Hamburg Port Consulting. His appointment, effective from September, completes HPC’s dual leadership by seasoned experts promoted from its own ranks. Nils Kemme has been working at HPC for a decade in various management positions.
HPC has been commissioned by the German Directorate-General for Waterways and Shipping (GDWS) to conduct a study on information services for ports and terminals. The analysis is being carried out as part of a European project aimed at developing a digitalisation strategy for freight transport on continental Europe’s inland waterways.
HPC Hamburg Port Consulting has initiated the "Beirut PortCity Dialogue" platform with its partners. The goal is transparent communication and the discussion of central aspects of the Beirut port and city development with all those interested in revitalising the harbour and devastated neighbouring districts.
HPC Hamburg Port Consulting was commissioned by the Sudanese Ministry of Transport on behalf of the Sea Ports Corporation of Sudan (SPC) to improve terminal operations of the South Port Container Terminal (SPCT) in Port Sudan to upgrade its performance and increase the competitiveness in the region.
HPC Hamburg Port Consulting was awarded a contract to deliver a comprehensive assessment study looking into the operational process flow, infrastructure, equipment and maintenance as well as IT landscape of Puerto Mejillones, Chile, to assist the client in strengthening operational resilience and optimising its terminal operations.
HPC has prepared plans for further development of the rail terminal CCT Villach Süd, Austria. The facility operator Terminal Service Austria (TSA), a subsidiary of the Austrian Federal Railways (ÖBB) and specialists for the handling of unaccompanied combined transport (UCT) and rolling motorway (RoLa) trains at seven Austrian stations, intends to expand the intermodal terminal.
Beirut, April 9, 2021 - The Ambassador of Germany to Lebanon, H.E. Mr. Andreas Kindl, The Governor of Beirut, H.E. Mr. Marwan Abboud, the President of the Lebanese German Business Council (LGBC), Mr. Elias Assouad and a delegation of HPC Hamburg Port Consulting and Colliers International presented the “Project for a European revival of the Beirut Port and of the surrounding area” at Beit Beirut - Sodeco, Beirut.
HPC Hamburg Port Consulting has today virtually signed a memorandum of understanding with IPC Learning & Consulting/ PT Pendidikan Maritim dan Logistik (PMLI) to reinforce port, maritime, logistics training and consulting collaboration.
HPC Hamburg Port Consulting has implemented project and integration management for the provision of interfaces for terminal-side customs clearance for the German deep-water terminal Cuxport. Run jointly with compacer, an IoT strategy software provider, the aim of the project was to electronically link the customer and customs clearance system to the Cuxport IT system landscape and automate complex customs clearance processes related to trade with Great Britain.
Hamburg Port Consulting has teamed up with the Munich-based international management consultancy Roland Berger to jointly conduct a strategic study for the redevelopment of the Port of Beirut.
HPC Hamburg Port Consulting has been selected to support the implementation of the first multi-port community system (PCS) in Brazil. The PCS will connect four major Brazilian ports and aims to increase the ports’ efficiency. HPC was contracted by Palladium International Limited to elaborate the governance model that guides all stakeholders successfully during the change process to the collaborative approach a PCS promotes.
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