In the ports and terminals business we are all trying to monitor and improve operational and cost efficiencies, whether as an operator or a user (customer).
Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) are the most effective tool in measuring and therefore improving business-wide performance. No improvement can take place without valid, accurate data showing where the organisation is now, where inefficiencies and blockages exist and what steps can be taken to move the enterprise forward.
When: 16 September 2020
Where: Delivered online with the support of leading industry experts
Duration: 12 weeks Part-time
Ideal for: Port and terminal managers, supervisors and employees, freight and logistics professionals, supply chain managers, service providers, maritime and intermodal logistics operators, consultants and analysts
Adrian Hilaire, St Lucia Air and Sea Ports Authority
John has 33 years experience in ports, terminals and associated sectors, having worked as a shipping line central planner, container terminal planner, wharf supervisor and operations manager.
He has worked in a variety of corporate management roles for stevedores including P&O Ports, DP World and Patrick Container Ports (Asciano).
Shem Egbeku, Bourbon Interoil, Nigeria