Marine Consulting Assessment of Efficiency of Marine Logistic Activities

Assessing the effectiveness of policies and management of the port

We study logistics policies to improve safety and efficiency of marine traffic, using our knowledge of marine traffic engineering, and methods of cost-benefit analysis.
We also propose ways to improve the financial efficiency of port management by studying the break-even point of vessel operation costs and profits.

  • Harbor and port development plans
  • Cost-benefit analysis
  • Assessment of ship operation management
Analyzing a route's break-even point
Early morning congested traffic (Port of Osaka)

Proposing activities to improve logistics efficiency

Container Terminal (Port of Tokyo)

As a part of the MOL Group, we propose policies and various measures to reduce logistics costs based on our extensive experiences of vessel operation, simulation and logistics.

  • Supporting goverment policies such as "The Comprehensive Program of Logistics Policies," "The Super Hub Port Projects," etc.
  • Researches and studies on river transport plans and coastal shipping activity plans that contribute to more efficient logistics.
  • Cargo shipment simulation of new berths constructed by private companies

Enhancing risk management for ports and vessels

Post-disaster situation (Maya wharf, Port of Kobe)

We support preparations for the Business Continuity Plan (BCP), which aims to maintain harbor/port functions and provision of emergency response plans for ships in case of a large-scale disaster such as an earthquake or tsunami. In addition, we propose safety and security improvements for port facilities as well as vessels.

  • Measures related to "Provision of harbor/port BCP,""Planning of shelter harbor/port development plan"
  • Measures related to tsunami emergency evacuation
  • Security plans