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Maritime Advisors

Service Expertise

Key Contacts

Dinesh Sharma

Dinesh Sharma

Director, Drewry Maritime Advisors
Leticia Astudillo

Leticia Astudillo

Technical Lead, Drewry Maritime Advisors

Case Studies

Standardised KPI / QBR program implementation

Feb 21: A global food manufacturer was seeking to create a central contract management business unit, and standardise logistics contracts and logistic service provider management (LSP) in Northern Europe, initially across 8 LSPs.

Technical Due Diligence

Technical due diligence gives an independent, third party assessment of operational assets (vessels) and infrastructure (shipyards, ports and terminal facilities).

Technical due diligence is typically undertaken as part of an overall due diligence process as a pre-requisite to a major transaction or project investment.

 

Drewry Maritime Advisors Technical Due Diligence Capabilities


Activities undertaken include the physical inspection of terminal equipment, related facilities and services to confirm their overall status and value. Our services include:

 

Port terminals

  • Capacity assessment, capacity bottlenecks and expansion assessment
  • High level assessment of technical risks of project
  • Maintenance strategy review and repex strategy review
  • Capex review
  • Opex review
  • Lenders Technical Advisor, Vendor’s Technical Advisor, Buyer’s Technical Advisor

Ships

  • New ship construction, contract and spec review
  • Tank test, hull and propeller flow test attendance
  • Sale and purchase, desk-based valuation of target purchase vessel
  • Opex benchmarking

Shipyards

  • Existing and new

Key Contacts

Dinesh Sharma

Dinesh Sharma

Director, Drewry Maritime Advisors
Leticia Astudillo

Leticia Astudillo

Technical Lead, Drewry Maritime Advisors

Related News

Second study identifies routing options and ample terminal capacity to gear-up short-sea container services, post-Brexit, to alleviate congestion through Dover

Alternative capacity could be provided by short-sea container services between the UK and EU to alleviate possible congestion at the Port of Dover post-Brexit, according to a study by global shipping consultancy Drewry.

Drewry study concludes Port of Dover has the resilience to cope with moderate Brexit disruption

The Port of Dover has the resilience to cope with moderate disruption arising from Brexit and there is latent short sea capacity to absorb significant overflow at the port in the event of capacity constraints, according to an independent study by global shipping consultancy Drewry.

5

$5bn: The combined value of container shipping industry investments we have advised on since 2014.

20

$20bn: The value of financing projects we have provided commercial due diligence advice for in port M&A since 2014.

32

The number of countries in which our Maritime Advisors have completed assignments since 2015.

428

Our advisors have been involved in over 428 port assignments over the past 10 years.