Michael Mundy has over 30 years experience of working in the international transport sector and 25+ in the ports, shipping and logistics sectors. He has provided consultancy for public and private sector organisations around the world.
He has undertaken a range of projects in conjunction with the Commonwealth Secretariat covering ports, logistics and maritime hub assignments. The keynote of all these projects is the provision of expertise and know-how in order to facilitate the more efficient working of existing business sectors and the start-up of new maritime enterprises which deliver positive economic impact.
His presentation discusses the work of the Commonwealth Secretariat in providing guidance on policy making, technical assistance and advisory services to maritime sector interests in Commonwealth member countries. The Paper highlights by example how intervention by the Commonwealth Secretariat can be the key to securing price competitive logistic services over long distances, building a framework for efficient national port system operation and the delivery of a practical approach to maritime hub system development.
Michael Mundy is known worldwide within the ports and shipping industry as a leading analyst and consultant as well as the author of definitive published works on port privatisation and investment.