Johan-Paul Verschuure

Project Director Rebel Group

Johan-Paul Verschuure is a senior port & transport economist and a project director at Rebel Group. He has extensive experience with market studies and business case development in the port and shipping sector. He combines a technical background as a port engineer with financial economic expertise for developing business cases from a commercial, technical and financial point of view. In the Breakbulk domain he has particular experience in North West Europe and the UK for various breakbulk cargo flows, including heavy lift and project cargo sector, offshore and renewable energy related projects. Before joining Rebel Group, He has been with WSP Maritime for almost 4 years where he was a Technical Director in London, being responsible for the contents of the business cases which are delivered by the team. Prior to this position, he gained experience with Royal HaskoningDHV and Ocean Shipping Consultants for over 8 years, part of which being based in London.


Event Programme Sessions

Global Economic Outlook – How Does It Impact the Breakbulk Community?

In an unpredictable global economy, there is reason to understand what makes or breaks the breakbulk and project cargo markets going forward. This first session will evaluate economic forecasts in key economies, provide an update on trade tensions, Covid 19, and insights into whether clearer pictures of policy may open up growth in Europe. Looking ahead to the trends that will shape the industry throughout the remainder of 2022 and into the next decade, this session is a must attend for all. 

Wednesday 18 May 11:00 - 11:30 Room 1

Add to calendar 05/18/2022 11:00 05/18/2022 11:30 Global Economic Outlook – How Does It Impact the Breakbulk Community? In an unpredictable global economy, there is reason to understand what makes or breaks the breakbulk and project cargo markets going forward. This first session will evaluate economic forecasts in key economies, provide an update on trade tensions, Covid 19, and insights into whether clearer pictures of policy may open up growth in Europe. Looking ahead to the trends that will shape the industry throughout the remainder of 2022 and into the next decade, this session is a must attend for all.  Breakbulk Main Stage, Hall 2