Maritime Security in the Market of Today and Tomorrow

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Thursday, August 15, 2013
AdvanFort Company Senior Business Development Manager, Dimitrios Angelopoulos

By Dimitrios Angelopoulos, AdvanFort Company Senior Business Development Manager

An analysis based on Michael Porter’s “Competitive Forces” Model

Abstract
The study employs Michael Porter’s famous model designed to determine how competitive forces shape strategy in order to better understand the current state of, and contemporary and future challenges faced, by Private Maritime Security Companies (PMSCs). The model used allows companies to understand that competition extends beyond their professional rivals and includes many other factors that affect the framework in which the industry operates. Those PMSCs that lack a deeper knowledge of competitive considerations will find it difficult to stay profitable.

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