BP&L’s specialist advisory skills in port operations and port commercialisation concepts assists Corporation of Hamilton achieve their aims and objectives for their key port asset.
BP&L have been awarded through open tender a contract to define current levels of port efficiency to create a strategy for Bermuda’s main port. This required BP&L to assess prevailing port conditions, prepare and deliver suitable outcomes for Stevedoring at Hamilton Cargo Docks and for servicing calls at the Cruise Terminal.
The overall objective of the study is to create a more competitive port achieved by enhanced efficiency. The review required the creation of two separate commercial arrangements designed to avoid abuse of monopoly power and to encourage people development and investment in port facilities. This required BP&L to develop a procurement and implementation plan and support the Corporation in defining the winning bids.
Expertise: Capacity Estimates | Handling Technologies | Logistics Planning | Port Maintenance | Port Security | Pricing Strategy | Advice on Terminal Concessions | Port Commercialisation Plan | RFP Development | Evaluation of Operator Proposals