At StigΔ (Delta), we understand the dynamics that cause complexity in area development, because of our expertise in exploiting ports and economic zones. In our view, the way in which investments are made and land can be used optimally, is justified by a financial model which assesses risks. However, such processes need to be planned out in careful steps. With many years of experience, our advisors are leading experts in the field of business valuation for port and area development.
Using research and advice as a starting points to forecast potential benefit, StigΔ provides a tailored development strategy and commercial management to achieve successful ports, economic areas, port cities and corridors.
Our experts take managerial, technical, legal and socio-economic aspects of ports into consideration in their advice, serving clients as they move towards a decision. StigΔ operates on the cutting edge between logistics and port development. StigΔ’s motto? Passion for ports!
We recently appeared in the 81st edition of the Infrastructure & Development Magazine – released by the Colombian Chamber of Infrastructure. Please take a quick look on page 10 of the online version at the bottom of this post (Spanish). Recientemente aparecimos en la 81ª edición de la Revista de Infraestructura y Desarrollo, lanzada por […]
In the 2018 edition of Dutch magazine ‘Havenlocaties’ an article has been published about state aid related to inland ports. You can find the article below. A full publication on this item will be published this summer. 062_063 StaatssteunLR
In the latest edition of the Dutch magazine ‘bedrijventerreinen’ BT an article was published about the advance of inland ports and the 9 factors for succes. Stig contributed to this article in an interview. The full article can be found via this link: BT #4 Feature Binnenhavens Unfortunately the article is only in Dutch but […]
Yesterday University of Groningen, Stijl Advocaten and Stig organised a workshop on the new General Block Exemption Regulation (State aid / staatssteun) of the EU. How does this support port developments and public-private partnershop? The Commission decided to further expand the GBER to cover investments in ports. It aims at facilitating and providing legal certainty for investments in port, […]