Transport operations in an international business world are increasingly complex, with local and international regulations, changing economies, environmental and technology factors involved. The quality of a destination’s transport infrastructure is key to attracting foreign investment. In Papua New Guinea this is an area with room for improvement. The poor condition of roads, ports and airports has raised the cost of doing business and rendered a number of sectors of the economy increasingly uncompetitive. 

KPMG can advise both public and privately owned transport groups on strategy, planning, regulations, costs and compliance requirements.

We have long-standing experience in the financial and operational drivers of the transport sector and can assist with current and emerging issues such as market consolidation, deregulation, public private partnerships and financing.

Our experience includes transportation businesses in:

land transport including heavy and light rail, coach, bus and transit businesses, road freight and logistics including postal services.
shipping and ports
aviation, including airports, airlines and airline services

Emerging trends in infrastructure

KPMG's team of infrastructure professionals advise on designing, executing and managing major infrastructure projects and transactions.

Globally, the infrastructure sector is grappling with consolidation, surplus capacity, access to capital, pressures on profitability, complex information technology requirements and ever-increasing government regulation. The demands of infrastructure projects have implications for all layers of government, as well as for financiers, investors and various public and private-sector enterprises.

KPMG's infrastructure professionals are involved in many exciting projects across the world, in various sectors and stages of the infrastructure lifecycle. Our team of professionals advise on designing, executing and managing major infrastructure projects and transactions. We have participated in many of Papua New Guinea's largest and most complex government asset sales, privatisations and public-private partnerships (PPPs).


Our capabilities cover all key sectors, including energy and natural resources, water, telecommunications and transport. We have worked on major social infrastructure projects such as schools, hospitals and public housing.

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