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Organising & Regulating Port Concessions

5 days | 2019


Learning Objectives

  • Knowing how to analyse a concession contract 
  • Being able to assess risk allocation between the parties to the concession contract 
  • Being able to plan and assess investments 
  • Knowing how to regulate relationships with the concession holder throughout the life of the contract with relevant tools

Target Audience

  • Port Project Managers
  • Employees having to cope with the organisation or monitoring of dredging work 
  • Employees in charge of port infrastructure, maintenance and operations of port installations and their impact on the environment  
Port Le Havre


  • Typology of ports - The 2008 Port Reform in France
  • Public/private Partnership practices 
  • Assessing port projects
  • A regulatory approach of public/private partnerships in the port industry  Economic and financial regulation models 
  • The legal framework for concession contracts 
  • The various models of port concessions and the example of the Port 200 concession organisation 
  • Port Concessions and dues applied
  • SIG (Geographical Information System)
  • Visit to GPMH and Port 2000 Terminals
Port Le Havre

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To register, please download and fill out the following document.

For any further questions about your registration and stay in Le Havre, please contact IPER.

IPER registration form
Port Le Havre

Tuition fees

€ 3,500 for 5 days.

Our tuition fees include the course, hand-outs, lunches with the group and coffee breaks. Ancillary expenses, including accommodation and dinners remain at the participants’ expense.

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