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With offices in 157 countries and more than 223,000 people, Pricewaterhouse Coopers (PwC) are among the leading professional services networks in the world. We help organisations and individuals create the value they’re looking for, by delivering quality in assurance, tax and advisory services.
The transportation & logistics industry forms the backbone of modern global supply chains. Airlines and airports, shipping companies, logistics service providers and other transportation companies are all part of the process to keep people and products on the move.
Airlines and airports literally keep the world moving. Vast quantities of people and goods are moving by air around the world around the clock. Air transport plays a vital role in business, trading and personal relationships within and between all regions of the world. More than three billion people and 50 million metric tons of cargo were transported by air in 2013.
Airport operators and the airline industry face critical challenges. Airlines and airports have the lowest return on invested capital in the whole air transport value chain. They are global industries where competition is in many senses more global than in other sectors. Investments have increased capacities in airports as well as airplanes and this competitive dynamic goes on. Regulatory pressures are considerable.
There is a constant pressure to lower the cost base but, at the same time, there is the need to innovate product and service offerings to maximise a share of the growing air transportation market. Growth itself is a big challenge for many airport operators as they strive to expand infrastructure capacity to match demand.
This statement of our capabilities addresses some of the most prevalent challenges in the aviation industry and some of the many ways we can help.
Demand for public transport is growing as a result of congestion and environmental concern. Furthermore, operators have limited infrastructure capacity, and thus have difficulty meeting this demand. Public transport competes with roads for investment funds, and planning processes mean that transport infrastructure projects take a long time to deliver.
We advise private sector bidders, we help them to develop structures that allow them to access local and international funds. By optimizing maintenance practices and implementing quality management systems we guarantee to improve the efficiency in transport operations. We work with governments, shaping their policy, developing frameworks and helping them to implement PPPs, industry by industry. We reconcile investors' need for profit with the requirements of Government for political and financial transparency. As an independent adviser, we engineer a truly competitive bidding process.
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