Marc Juhel is the Sector Manager of the Transport Unit, in the Transport, Water and ICT Department. He previously worked as Lead Transport Specialist in the Bank’s central Transport Division. His areas of expertise include the development planning of port facilities, the economic, financial and institutional aspects of transport systems administration and management, and the integration of national logistics functions within the international transport system, focusing in particular on transport and trade facilitation issues.
Before joining the World Bank in 1992 as a Port Specialist, Mr. Juhel spent 11 years with a French consulting group as a project manager, then as Head of the Ports and Inland Waterways Department. In that capacity, he managed port and maritime development projects in about 25 countries, and had been teaching at the Ecole Nationale des Ponts et Chaussées, Paris, and at the Le Havre University. He previously spent two years in Ivory Coast as adviser to the Director of Port and Industrial Affairs in the Marine Ministry, and two years as Head of the Infrastructure Projects Department in Mayotte, Comoros.
Mr. Juhel holds a degree in Civil Engineering from the Ecole Nationale des Ponts et Chaussées (ENPC, Paris), a Master of Science in Public Management (ENPC, Paris), and a Master of Science in International Transport (Paris I University).