PORT SECURITY INVESTMENTS:
WHO BENEFITS AND WHO BEARS
THE COST?
EGEST BARBULLUSHI
ANTWER...
KEYWORDS
• REGULATIONS
• PORT
• SECURITY
• FINANCING
• INVESTMENTS
• COMPETITION
• SUPPLY CHAIN
INTRODUCTION
Definition:
“Port security refers to the defence, law and treaty
enforcement, and counterterrorism activit...
Port Security Regulation and Initiatives
• Before 9/11 prevention of theft, contraband,
transport of stolen goods etc....
Port Security Regulation and Initiatives
• The International Ship and Port Facility Security (ISPS) Code
• The Customs...
Stakeholders
WHO BENEFITS?
• Carriers and exporters
• Businesses involved with security systems
• Port Authorities
• Government...
WHO BEARS THE COST?
• Ports
• Carriers
• Importers/Exporters
• Supply Chain
• Developing Countries
• Governmen...
CONCLUSIONS
• Difficult to tell who benefits or pays
• Shipping industry is not willing to bear the cost
• Port secu...
More Info:
• Egest.Barbullushi@student.ua.ac.be
• eggybar@gmail.com
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  • 1. PORT SECURITY INVESTMENTS: WHO BENEFITS AND WHO BEARS THE COST? EGEST BARBULLUSHI ANTWERPEN, 13 JAN. 2010
  • 2. KEYWORDS • REGULATIONS • PORT • SECURITY • FINANCING • INVESTMENTS • COMPETITION • SUPPLY CHAIN
  • 3. INTRODUCTION Definition: “Port security refers to the defence, law and treaty enforcement, and counterterrorism activities that fall within the port and maritime domain. It includes the protection of the seaports themselves, the protection and inspection of the cargo moving through the ports, and maritime security.” (Lee 2005)
  • 4. Port Security Regulation and Initiatives • Before 9/11 prevention of theft, contraband, transport of stolen goods etc. • After 9/11  protect ports from terrorist attacks
  • 5. Port Security Regulation and Initiatives • The International Ship and Port Facility Security (ISPS) Code • The Customs Trade Partnership Against Terrorism (C-TPAT) • The Container Security Initiative (CSI) • 100% scan of US inbound containers • Secure Freight Initiative (SFI) • Regulation EC n°725/2004 maritime & port facility security • EU Directive on Port Security EC n°65/2005
  • 6. Stakeholders
  • 7. WHO BENEFITS? • Carriers and exporters • Businesses involved with security systems • Port Authorities • Governments • Global economy and trade • Developing countries • Certain ports that dominate in particular regions
  • 8. WHO BEARS THE COST? • Ports • Carriers • Importers/Exporters • Supply Chain • Developing Countries • Governments/Tax payers • Customers
  • 9. CONCLUSIONS • Difficult to tell who benefits or pays • Shipping industry is not willing to bear the cost • Port security as Public Good Freeriders • Possible solutions: Higher taxes or higher prices • Uniformed port security framework • Forcing implementation
  • 10. More Info: • Egest.Barbullushi@student.ua.ac.be • eggybar@gmail.com

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