Feasibility studies

At the end of the war-lord era in Somalia, Arundel Resolution team members were retained by public and private parties to make front line assessments of the surviving capabilities of ports in Mogadishu, El Maan, Kismayo and Hobyo, and to recommend fast infrastructure upgrades to support food security initiatives and boost local employment.

We made a similar front line study of Umm Qasr port in Iraq, immediately after the fall of Saddam Hussein, on behalf of private investors who wanted to set up a port and logistics agency.

We have also performed ISPS Code assessments on behalf of ports in Sierra Leone and Ghana.


Other Case Studies

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Ship hijack off Somalia

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Releasing hostages in the Gulf of Guinea

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Moving things forward

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Uninsured and delicate situation in Bangladesh

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Civil disorder and threats to a ship’s crew

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Dock damage and political impasse

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Fraud in West Africa

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Exercising liens

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Deadlock in North Africa

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Cargo claim and crew intimidation

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Closure and quick despatch in the Red Sea

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Loss prevention

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Environmental time bomb