MSc International Business Economics (City University, London), BSc (hons) Economics and Mathematics (London School of Economics)
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James is an economist who has over eight years’ experience in transport consultancy and over six years’ experience advising clients in the maritime sector.
James joined Drewry Maritime Advisors in April 2014 and has worked on market studies, economic assessments, commercial due diligence, feasibility studies and strategy projects for ports, terminal operators and shipping lines in the liquid bulk, dry bulk, containers, breakbulk, passenger (ferry and cruise) and RoRo markets.
Since joining Drewry, James has worked on a number of projects focusing on volume, revenue and cost forecasting, identifying the key drivers of demand, assessing hinterland markets and shipping liner networks, identifying terminal competition and concluding on the prospects of terminals and shipping companies, identifying key risks and opportunities of the project.
James has worked on projects in Spain, Morocco, Peru, Turkey, Montenegro, the Netherlands, Brazil, the USA, the Middle East, West Africa and the UK.
Before joining Drewry, James worked within the transport consultancy sector since 2008. During his time there James has worked on commercial due diligence, technical due diligence, and feasibility studies, assessing the traffic and technical risks and opportunities of different greenfield and brownfield projects globally on behalf of project Lenders, project Sponsors, and development banks.