Case studies

Case study: mining company

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A mining company is heavily investing in a new mine and in the necessary railway, linking the new mine with the Ocean.

The local port authorities have the technical knowledge to adapt their (existing) port, but they do not own the financial resources to fund it. The mining company wants an "off balance sheet" solution.

 

Case study: liquid bulk handling

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Several traders and distributors are looking for new storage opportunities in order to increase their market share in the import of light petroleum products and LPG, but no port facilities with sufficient draft are available. Development, investment and operation of liquid jetty or Single Point Mooring facility. 

 

Case study: service port for offshore oil and gas fields

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An international oil company (IOC) is developing new offshore oil and gas fields and is looking for a port facility nearby. Rent-A-Port is able to assist with the design, development, investment and operations of the port to offer to the client a turnkey project taking the responsibility for the investment and operations.  Due to the location nearby the fields, the IOC is able to save substantial costs on the supply vessels to be deployed.

 

Case study: sharing of interests for deepening of port

The problem was a port, too shallow for ocean-going vessels. The local authorities were at that time unable to invest in deepening the port. Interested private parties, under the guidance of Rent-A-Port, are combining their strengths and are now financing the deepening themselves to secure their business, with more competitive vessels.

 

Case study: Import of building material

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A large developer and real estate company is willing to outsource the logistics of his projects (aggregates, cement, building materials) and has entered in a logistic partnership with Rent-A-Port.

 

In all the above examples, Rent-A-Port can act as your perfect port partner. It has the experience and skills to handle whatever nature might throw at it.