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Feasibility study

Greenfield Port Development – West Africa

This major port development project is a good example of the unique and complete package of port related consultancy services provided by PCR experts.

Grain terminal feasibility study – Bulgaria

The grain terminal feasibility study comprises a 60.000 ton storage facility for grains with high capacity train and truck intake stations and travelling ship loader. The grain terminal is designed for 1 million ton of various grains of which about 80% is to be exported in a 5 month peak period. The silos will be loaded by train/truck from hinterland storage facilities a few days before vessel arrival.

Coal import logistics for upstream powerplant – Bangladesh

A major investment group in Bangladesh awarded an assignment to African Waterways to provide advisory services for a desk study for the development of a dedicated coal logistic chain and transport related infrastructure (inland ports, a floating unloading system in deep sea, inland river navigation system etc.).

Cost benefit analysis logistics centre – Samsun, Turkey

Samsun Logistics Centre wanted to provide storage and logistics facilities in the Samsun region in Turkey (Black Sea). For this project a basis was made and PCR updated and transformed this into a feasibility study. This study includes financial and economic cost benefit analysis according to EU guidelines and the completion of the major project application form for IPA (Instrument for Pre-Accession Assistance) funding.

LPG jetty and pipe corridor – Bonny River, Nigeria

Feasibility study for the construction of a jetty structure in the Bonny river for the unloading of cryogenic/pressurized LPG. The jetty had to be capable of handling vessels in the range of 5,000 to 50,000 DWT.