From market opportunities to detailed engineering, BMT has a wealth of experience in shipping economics, port development, terminal operations and management consultancy. We provide a wide range of services including strategic development planning, feasibility studies, market assessment and commercial advisory, demand study and forecast modelling, business and technical due diligence on major asset transactions, and full engineering design for maritime and logistics infrastructure and facilities.
The study is a key element in guiding port development policy and planning for future port facilities and related infrastructure. BMT is to formulate a sustainable development strategy for the Hong Kong Port.
BMT prepared a detailed demand assessment to identify the product mix and potential industry clusters that drive the cargo throughout the client's ports in China.
The purpose of this Preliminary Feasibility assessment was to establish at a high level the nature and volume of cargo demand, the technical requirements to support this volume, the marine and port facility requirements, broad environmental and metocean impacts, and quantified investment returns.
BMT provided expertise in Mechanical & Electrical; Radio Communication, Information & Safety; Architecture; Structure and Quantity Surveying for New Priok Container Terminal One.
BMT delivered tender design services to Daelim Industrial Co. Ltd
BMT conducted marine navigation simulations related to the feasibility of developing CT10, a proposed container terminal, at south west Tsing Yi Island with regards to navigation safety and ship-handling.
Using AIS-based methodology, BMT mapped out marine traffic scenarios that have enabled clients to plan future dredging activity safety & efficiently.
Bengal Port Private Limited signed concession Agreements with the Government of West Bengal to develop finance, construct, manage, operate and maintain a Special Economic Zone
BMT prepared a business plan for the new offshore multi-user port development in Abu Dhabi, involving staged construction of facilities from initial operations in 2010 to full development by 2028.
The Hong Kong Trade Development Council commissioned BMT, working together with the Li & Fung Institute of Supply Chain Management and Logistics (Chinese University of Hong Kong) to carry out a Consultancy Study on the competitiveness of Hong Kong as a Regional Distribution Centre.
With improved port capacity and quality available at Shenzhen and other Pearl River Delta ports, as well as the increasing competitiveness of supporting services such as ship management, ship finance and maritime arbitration in Shanghai and Singapore, Hong Kong will need to improve and evolve port and maritime services to increase market share in future years.