Logistics, Maritime Transport, Port, and Airport Planning

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  ▪ Logistic Development Strategy
  ▪ Port Development Planning
  ▪ Domestic Shipping Development Planning
  ▪ Maritime Industry Development Planning

As the paradigm of interconnectedness continue to hold sway in today’s global community, the tools that realize, enhance and sustain growth continue to become significant in the ever globalizing world, such as logistics planning, maritime transport, ports, and airports development studies.

ALMEC Corporation has a strong portfolio of logistics, ports, and airport development projects in Asia and its robust output in this field has been marked by a seamless synthesis of cross-sector goals and plans, plus the proper interplay between transport, industry, finance, agriculture, and services.

ALMEC Corporation has a solid pool of international transport, logistics, maritime, and finance experts that have done cogent work in landmark logistics and transport studies in developing countries.

Keywords: Globalization / Free-trade Agreement / Supply Chain Management / Inter-island Transport System Planning / Cross-border Transport Route / Maritime Logistic Development / Ship Financing Scheme / Forecast of Future Shipping Needs / Economic Analysis / Fleet Planning

Key project experiences

    Study on the Development of the Greater Surabaya Metropolitan Port / Indonesia / JICA

    In the study for the Development of the Greater Surabaya Metropolitan Port, a project funded by JICA, ALMEC Corporation designed a plan that would revive one of the oldest and vital ports in Indonesia, The study is a blueprint to retool and revive an aging but vital port and improve its ability to cater to current transport and logistical realities and demands of a region and sustain its role as a regional economic driver. ALMEC Corporation emphasized the rehabilitation of the aging port, such as its deteriorating maritime infrastructure, inefficient port services, shallow shipping channel, etc. The study formulated an integrated long-term port development plan for Surabaya in order to promote future maritime traffic and provide efficient port services.

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    ∎ Future Plan of Tanjung Bulupandan Port


    ASEAN Logistics Development Study / ASEAN member countries / ASEAN Secretariat

    ALMEC Corporation developed the ASEAN Logistics Development Study to serve as a guiding document for ASEAN cooperation on the aspect of logistics. ALMEC Corporation formulated a medium- to long-term policy and development framework that would integrate the logistics sector of ASEAN. ALMEC Corporation also conducted a series of field surveys in the 10 ASEAN member countries. The study’s goal was derived from ASEAN’s primary thrusts to create an efficient single ASEAN market, a competitive ASEAN production base, and contribute to a safe and secure ASEAN region. ALMEC Corporation drafted nine strategies in the study, which included logistics services liberalization, freight transport facilitation, transport infrastructure development, human resource development, and green logistics promotion.

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    ∎ Cambodia–Vietnam border (top); Yangon Port (right); Vietnam–Lao PDR border (bottom)

Related project experiences

  1. Master Plan and Feasibility Study on the Establishment of an ASEAN Roll-on/Roll-off (RO-RO) Shipping Network and Short Sea Shipping (10 ASEAN member countries, 2012, on-going)
  2. Preparatory Survey for Domestic Shipping and Sea Transportation Improvement Project in the Republic of Indonesia (Indonesia, 2011-2012)
  3. The Study on Domestic Shipping Development Plan in the Republic of the Philippines (Philippines, 2004-2005)
  4. Study on the Development of Domestic Sea Transportation and Maritime Industry in the Republic of Indonesia: Assistance for Public Ship Finance Scheme and Advanced Maritime Education Program (STRAMINDO II) (Indonesia, 2004-2005)
  5. Study on the Development of Domestic Sea Transportation and Maritime Industry in the Republic of Indonesia (STRAMINDO) (Indonesia, 2002-2004)
  6. ASEAN Maritime Transport Sector Development Study (Brunei, Cambodia, Indonesia, Lao PDR, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, Vietnam, 2002)
  7. The Study on the Red River Inland Waterway Transport System in the Socialist Republic of Vietnam (Vietnam, 2001-2003)

[ View major ALMEC projects in the last 10 years ]