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Shipping consultants?

 
#1 Shipping consultants?
29/04/2008 15:57

High seas

Hi

I come from a shipping background, working in operational and strategy roles for vessel owners and container companies. I have strong academics including now a top MBA, and am now looking to get into consultancy. I know of some specialist consultancies like Drewry Shipping and ICE, but does anyone know if any of the bigger guys have a shipping industry focus or can anyone recommend any strategy / operational consultancies within shipping?

Many thanks

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#2 RE: Shipping consultants?
29/04/2008 19:52

anon to High seas (#1)

I don't know of shipping-focussed consultancies.

Larger consultancies more commonly have a broader focus, either as "transport" consultancies with shipping teams, or as "generalist" consultancies with transport teams. In either case, shipping experts are employed alongside airfreight, rail and road haulage specialists (for example). These consultants would then be deployed to relevant projects.

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#3 RE: Shipping consultants?
29/04/2008 20:27

A Nun to anon (#2)

I'm looking for a consultancy that specialises in vacuum cleaners, can anybody help me

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#4 RE: Shipping consultants?
30/04/2008 08:32

Irish to A Nun (#3)

Two leads for you:

PA do a lot of work for Maersk, across all their business lines

IBM (PwCC) have done Shared services for Zim shipping, and also do work for Maersk data services

I’ve worked in consultancy to shipping companies, and to be honest they don’t typically buy a lot, as the margins are so thin in this area

Worth investigating though.

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