Chile needs to diversify its economy away from raw materials and towards more manufacturing, while preserving its competitve advantages in exports of fish and fruits. The study shows how Maersk Container Industry through its USD 300 million green field investment in an advanced container manufacturing plant has the potential to benefit Chile on both these areas
10 / 01 / 2017
16 / 06 / 2017
How many man-years does 1 GW offshore wind require and how are they distributed across development, production, installation, operations & maintenance and decommissioning as well as geographical location, professions and Danish versus foreign offshore companies These are some of the questions answered by this study.
How a country is connected to the world through maritime transport matters. The study documents how China has benefitted from second-to-none maritime transport connections and assesses Maersk’s particular role in providing these maritime connections as well as their impact on China’s trade.
The global cement industry is responsible for around 5% of global CO2 emissions. But given that cement is very difficult to replace, the major global challenge is how to balance increasing global demand with the need to reduce the emissions and energy consumption.
28 / 03 / 2023
On behalf of the Danish embassy in Paris, QBIS is carrying out a socio-economic impact study of the job potential from installing 40GW offshore wind in France by 2050 including strategies for education, training and upscaling in French industries to maximise their supply to the offshore wind industry.
01 / 12 / 2022
Impacts from trade facilitation
GIZ has partnered with UNCTAD and Maersk to launch a pre-arrival/pre-departure processing project in Cambodia and Sri Lanka potentially leading to faster and easier clearance of goods. On behalf of GIZ and Maersk, QBIS is carrying out assessments of potential impacts on trade costs and emissions from the project.
01 / 02 / 2022
APM Terminals in Oman
On behalf of APM Terminals, QBIS has prepared a report on how current and past configuration, productivity, and capacity of the Port of Salalah potentially have benefitted Oman in terms of trade-related socioeconomic impacts such as development of import and export industries and associated production, GDP and jobs.