"With the right reforms, Indonesia has the potential to become a maritime economic power. It must update its networks and infrastructure in the eastern provinces to fast-track maritime development."
Anthonie Versluis heads Roland Berger’s Malaysia office in Kuala Lumpur. He has been at the firm since 2011. He supports clients throughout Asia in the energy, chemicals, transportation and government sectors. He has worked with clients in Asia and the Middle East with issues relating to strategy, development planning, economic development planning, port development, logistics & shipping, infrastructure development, feasibility studies, corporate & business strategy, transformation & operations restructuring, management and improvement.
Anthonie has more than 30 years of professional experience, most of which he has spent in strategy consulting. Prior to joining Roland Berger, he worked for leading international consulting firms, with management responsibilities in Asia, the Middle East and the Caribbean. His experience includes projects for both multinational and local clients. He has also spent several years in management positions in the manufacturing and construction industries.
Anthonie holds a MS in Industrial Engineering & Management from the Technical University of Twente and a bachelor of science in Mechanical Engineering from the Delft University of Technology, both in the Netherlands. He is a regular speaker at port and maritime conferences, as well as at conferences on urban and economic development.
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