Efficient Supply & Service

...the process of planning, implementing, and controlling the efficient, effective flow and storage of goods, services, and related information from point of origin to point of consumption for the purpose of conforming to customer needs.


…enter into cooperative arrangements in which two or more parties (which may or may not have any previous relationship) work jointly towards a common goal.


…put into place the necessary resources to accommodate the clients needs, to ensure the most economic options are fully exploited, whilst securing the necessary provision of services to meet the Supply and Demand of our customers.





Clive Kessell

A fellow of the Chartered Institute of Chartered Shipbrokers and a CPC holder in International Transport, with over 24 years of experience in Ships’ Agency, Port operations, Shipping, Rail, Road, Inland Barging, Logistics & Supply Chain Management leads the Logistics division of Coastalwise.


Allen Watts

with over 36 years of experience in Ships Agency, Ship Commercial and Operations Management, Brokerage and Supply Chain Management is the person responsible for the day to day coordination, control and fixing of vessels to accommodate the needs of the business and heads up the Brokerage department.

Shipping & Infrastructure Project Logistics


Coastalwise Ltd is involved as Infrastructure Logistics Consultants in support of the Civil Engineering industry in the provision of Shipping & Logistics services in the South East of England.

dotA “hands on” provider of solutions to the diverse mix of customers they serve.

dotCurrently active in a number of new projects and business areas that will develop and grow the business further over the next few years.

Coastalwise Shipping & Logistics innovative approach and focus on flexibility, reliability and customer service has led to many new approaches from the Civil Engineering Industry which should see further growth and diversification in their activities and operations.

dotClive has recently collaborated in partnerships on the Lee Tunnel Project (phase 1 of the replacement of London’s Victorian sewerage system for Thames Water through Principal Contractor MVB - a JV between Morgan Sindell, Vinci Grand Projects and Bachy Solenttache) handling nearly 2 Million tonnes up to the end of 2013 from Thames Water’s Beckton jetty to Bam Nuttal’s operated Red Lion Wharf or Cory Environmental’s operated Mucking Landfill facility on the River Thames.

dotClive was responsible for deploying suitable vessels for the Crossrail Marine Transportation Project, which is for the movement of Tunnelling Spoil from the River Thames (Barking and Northfleet) to Wallasea Island jetty (Burnham-on-Crouch) and/or Ridham Sea Terminals (on the Medway) and/or Port of Tilbury and/or Cory Environmental’s berth at Mucking (Stanford Le Hope). This project is predicted to handle circa three Million Tonnes over the next two to three years.

dotClive has advised many other Companies for various projects, using his supply chain and logistical experience and knowledge gained over his career.



Clive Kessell FICS

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Allen Watts

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