About Us

Who we are

Maritime Street was founded by Pascal Ollivier, a world-renowned port expert who has engaged in business development programmes in over 80 counties worldwide over the past 30 years. His world-class knowledge and experience has combined to create Maritime Street, delivering global strategic advisory services and expertise to accelerate the global adoption of digital trade logistics.

Pascal Ollivier
President, Maritime Street

Pascal Ollivier is the President and Founder of Maritime Street. He is a world-renowned Port Community System (PCS) expert and has a track record of information technology expertise spanning 30 years. He has worked with governments in 80 countries worldwide, including 15 years with SOGET, a PCS world leader, where he launched and managed worldwide operations from Indonesia to Jamaica.

Pascal was the founding Chairman of the International Port Community Association (IPCSA) and was until recently Chairman of the research committee leading the PCS 2030 Vision project. He is also Vice President of The French, Central American and Caribbean business council at MEDEF International and since 2013 has been Foreign Trade Advisor appointed by the Prime Minister.

Pascal graduated from the French Institute for Higher National Defense Studies in Maritime issues and strategies, holds a MSc in Economics from Paris Dauphine University and a MBA in International Business from the European University of America, San Francisco.

Who we work with

Maritime Street brings over 30 years experience in partnering with public and private sector organisations around the world. We work in close partnership with:

  • Government Ministries including Ministries of Transport, Foreign Trade and Finance, Authorities including Port, Maritime, Foreign Trade and Customs
  • We also help Technology Solutions Providers define their go-to-market strategy and help them deliver their growth plans. With a strong track record in implementing public-private collaborations, we have developed unrivalled strategic expertise across the port, maritime and logistics industries.

For an initial consultation to discuss your challenges, please contact us.

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