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Asian port security briefing from Frost and Sullivan.

Frost And Sullivan : 07 November, 2007  (New Product)
The port security market in the Asia Pacific region is the subject of an analysis briefing to be held by Frost and Sullivan.
Frost & Sullivan's Aerospace and Defence Practice in Asia Pacific (APAC) will host an exclusive analyst briefing on the APAC Port Security Market in Asia.
The compelling need for higher operational output, faster exchange of information, and speedier ship turn-around times are just a few of many decisive factors that are at present pressing Asia Pacific marine ports' nodal position within the logistics systems and supply chains managements in international trade facilitation. How will these critical factors impact the dynamics of the Port Security demands? How do port operators and authorities execute effective security solutions without compromising efficiency to the cargos and vessels movement? How will the authorities responsible in the Asia Pacific countries balance preventive measures against corrective measures?
A large number of Asia Pacific ports have exhibited effective and stringent port security assessment, security planning development and security training, but with the evolving threats complexity, more effective ways and solutions are being strategies. To what level can the security industries help improvise ports security systems?

This analyst briefing will look at how these conditions impact the dynamics of the APAC Port Security Market and will provide an overview of the ports security market in the region. Highlights of the briefing include an overview of the existing capabilities and major technology breakthroughs. Focus will be given to current events and the effects, and a macro analysis of the market potential.

Highlights of the briefing include: assessment of the market size, real scopes and demands of the industry and current and future Homeland Security market behaviour and trends. We will also provide an update of related and upcoming research and provide an opportunity for a question and answer session with the analyst.

This briefing will benefit stakeholders such as port security management companies, shipping companies, security equipment manufacturers, distributors, security equipment integrators, security consultants and also local authorities by providing a current insight into the Asia Pacific ports security market.

Port security does not necessarily garner equal attention as airports when transportation security arises. However, ports, or more specifically marine ports, play a crucial role in national security and world trade facilitation. Collectively, efforts have to be made to place more considerations and also further understanding towards protecting ports around the Asia Pacific region ," observes Research Analyst, Kenneth Chan.

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