As private port operators commit themselves to capital-intensive and long-term binding port investments, they expect policymakers to create a business-friendly framework with stable rules and foreseeable effects. Harmonized implementation is also crucial and constitutes the backbone of the certainty that private investors need to commit over the long term. When planning future investments in the transport sector, one should focus on cross-border projects, missing links, and bottlenecks, thus ensuring the enhanced connection between ports and the hinterland.
Commercial activities in ports are the primary tasks of private actors. In order to avoid distortion of competition, attention must be paid when commercial activities are performed by public entities, for instance, port authorities. Port authorities can play a significant role as “business facilitators” in ports by avoiding the inclusion of too prescriptive contractual provisions in land lease contracts and by establishing a sustainable dialogue with private investors in ports. Terminal operators should be in the “driver’s seat” when deciding upon their business models and commercial strategies.
When investing in seaports, it is essential to consider several factors, such as location, infrastructure, and government regulations as mentioned above. Hence why at GGC, we already have a detailed list of potential seaports along with all the necessary steps and tips to guide you on how to invest in seaports. Contact us today to learn more about our listing and how we can help you achieve your business goals.
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