We help unlock the 4Cs – capital, capabilities, competition, connectivity – to develop industrial and trade infrastructure in low- and middle-income countries that creates inclusive, sustainable jobs and exports.
Global trade is a key driver of economic development, accelerated by ‘Industry 4.0’ developments in new technology, interconnectivity, digitisation and real-time data. Trade integration therefore remains an important pathway to inclusive growth for developing countries, and export-oriented industrialisation strategies continue to be a priority in their development agendas.
Successful industrial strategies are built on the 4Cs – increased access to capital, upgraded capabilities, competitive and inclusive industries, and improved connectivity. Triple Line helps clients to unlock the 4Cs to develop industrial and trade infrastructure in low- and middle-income countries and attract investment that creates inclusive, sustainable jobs and exports.
Our multidisciplinary team of over 100 professionals in Africa and Asia covers all aspects of trade and industrial strategy and infrastructure development. We offer solutions throughout the value chain of planning, financing, developing, managing and operating infrastructure.
These solutions include:
- Corridor assessments, development strategies, planning and management
- Trade policy and facilitation
- Business environment analysis
- Value chain prioritisation and market systems analysis
- Research on supply chains, domestic markets and mobilisation of investment and finance
- Industrial infrastructure feasibility assessment, roadmaps and strategies, master planning, design and supervision
- Market analysis, business plans and transaction advisory services for industrial parks