Fiji Ports – Masterplan

AMSTEC provided Project Management for the Fiji Ports Development Master Plan technical assistance (TA) project.             The main objectives were to improve efficiency and productivity of ports in Fiji. The outcome will be a government endorsed 20-year ports development master plan for Fiji’s six declared ports of entry. The outputs of the Technical […]

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On October 12, 2018, posted in: News by

Samoa Ports – Masterplan

AMSTEC was involved in providing Team Leadership of the Ports master plan for Samoa.           This project included providing a 20-year ports development masterplan to support the government in making informed decisions for future investment. Where relevant, disaster and climate risk considerations will be integrated in various components of the masterplan. The masterplan […]

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On July 24, 2018, posted in: News by

Samoa Ports Masterplan

2016/17

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On July 24, 2018, posted in: Uncategorized by

Financial & Commercial Adviser to Port Authority

AMSTEC was contracted for 12 months as the Financial and Commercial Adviser to Samoa Ports Authority. The aim of the advisory role is aimed at improved management and performance of the Samoa Port Authority and to enhanced port handling capability and has the following specific objectives: improved capacity of SPA management at Board and senior management […]

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On May 19, 2015, posted in: News by

Vanuatu Marine Slipway Demand Analysis

AMSTEC was contracted by ADB PSDI to conduct a Evaluation of demand for marine slipway in Vanuatu. The purpose of the assignment is to assess the current market demand for and supply of vessel repair and maintenance services in Vanuatu. This work will provide necessary data to estimate the potential market size and revenue potential […]

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On May 19, 2015, posted in: News by

Manila Pasig-Marikina Rivers & Manila Bay & Laguna Lake

Project designed to strengthen water transport links and inland water transport through the development of a ferry link system as an alternative means of public transport around Metro Manila. The MAPALLA Ferry System aims to develop an integrated ferry system that will traverse Manila Bay, Pasig River/Marikina River and Laguna Lake. The Project will provide […]

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On May 19, 2015, posted in: News by

Indonesia-Malaysia-Thailand-Growth Triangle

The Indonesia-Malaysia-Thailand-Growth Triangle (IMT-GT) has a focus to the maritime sector for the development of Roll-on Roll-off (RoRo) services, especially across the Straits of Melaka and ports in Sumatra and Southern Thailand. RoRo services are expected to strengthen connectivity of the subregion by facilitating movement of goods and people. Similar to the Phuket, Thailand – Belawan, Indonesia – […]

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On February 19, 2015, posted in: News by

Samoa Ports Authority

Apia Harbour – Samoa                         The Samoa Ports Authority (SPA) was established in July 1999 under the provisions of the Ports Authority Act 1998 and is responsible for ensuring that the port and maritime needs of Samoa are met in an effective, efficient, reliable […]

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On March 2, 2013, posted in: News by

Solomon Islands Port Authority

Solomon Islands Port Authority

Honiara is located on the northern coast of the island of Guadalcanal, Solomon Islands and includes a sea port at Point Cruz. Honiara Port is the most important international port and gateway to the country. The Port Scoping Review made an assessment of current participation of the private sector and recommend suitable roles in providing, using, and maintaining […]

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On November 10, 2011, posted in: News by

Newcastle Port Corporation

In 2006 AMSTEC undertook a suite of consulting projects on behalf of Newcastle Port Corporation (NPC), NSW Australia. AMSTEC Design Pty Limited was engaged on 31 January 2006 to conduct research and provide an informed set of reports to Newcastle Port Corporation (NPC) relative to trade development prospects. The project delivered concise information to assist with understanding more of the […]

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On April 13, 2011, posted in: News by