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Djibouti Ports – DP World Presented By Jér ô me Martins Oliveira CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER. DP World Group. Government of Dubai. TRANSPORT & LOGISTICS. URBAN DEVELOPMENT. DRYDOCKS & MARITIME. INVESTMENT & FINANCE. DP World Group. Global Ports Connecting Global Markets. 43+12 Terminals

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Djibouti Ports – DP World

Presented

By

Jérôme Martins Oliveira

CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER


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DP World Group

Government of Dubai

TRANSPORT & LOGISTICS

URBAN DEVELOPMENT

DRYDOCKS & MARITIME

INVESTMENT & FINANCE


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DP World Group

Global Ports Connecting Global Markets

43+12 Terminals

across 23 countries and 5 continents

43.3mTEUs

In 2007 we moved enough containers to stretch

5 times around the world

30,000

employees, more than 40 nationalities


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Regional Position


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Presentation Summary

  • Port of Djibouti

  • Djibouti Port Congestion

  • Djibouti Port solution…


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DP World Djibouti

  • Mission

    • To facilitate efficiency handling of sea trade,

    • To provide customers with reliable, predictable and cost effective handling services.

    • To improve the competence of Djibouti Port staff

      • dedication in fostering a team-work culture,

      • commitment to service excellence.

  • Port Management

    • Concession agreement with DP World (20 years),

    • Dubai World responsible of the management in :

      • Container, Dry Port & Break Bulk Terminals),

      • the Free Zone,

      • the Airport

      • the Oil Terminal causeway and Jetty.


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  • Port of Djibouti


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Port Infrastructures

3 Dry Bulk Berths

35,406 m² covered area

63,550 m² open area

= 250,000 Tons

8 Conventional Cargo Berths

3 Coastal, Dhow and Multipurpose Berths

Capacity: 15,000 TEU

2 RoRo Berths

2 Container Berths


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Djibouti Container Terminal

Since October 2006

Djibouti Container Terminal

is certified as ISO 28000

compliant by Lloyd’s Register


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Container Terminal Equipments

4 CRANES

10 RTG

13 Reach Stackers

2 Top loaders full

2 Empty Handlers

3 Forklift

34 Prime mover

126 Reefer Plug Points


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Djibouti Dry Port

CONTAINER YARD

7 500 TEU

WAREHOUSE : 6 900 sq.m

STRIPPING YARD

350 TEU


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Marine Equipments

VESSEL ASSISTANCES (Pilotage, towage and mooring)

3 pilot cutters 1 launch port depth survey

4 moorings launches 2 semi-tugs

5 high performance deep-sea tugs (3 tugs 2200 HP ; 2 tugs 4500 HP)


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Total volume of Djibouti Port (MT)

+ 41%


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General Cargo Traffic (MT)

+ 44%


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Throughput (TEU)

+ 31%

294,902

236,552

224,926

194,953

159,471

137,948

102,427


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Vessel calls

+ 35%


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Europe

7%

North America

9%

Far East

36%

South America

0%

Australia

Trade Routes : Import

Middle East

40%

East and South Africa

8%


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Europe

26%

North America

5%

Middle East

26%

India

4%

Far East

17%

South America

Australia

Trade Routes : Export

East and South Africa

22%


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  • Djibouti Port Congestion


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Port Congestion – September 2008

  • High increase (2007 / 2006) :

    • Throughputs TEU + 31%

    • General Cargo +44 %

  • Slow Stripping Operations (freight forwarders)

  • Yard occupancy : 95%

  • High level of stacking (up to 5 highs)

  • High number of full containers in the yard > 6 months

  • High number of empty containers on the yard (storage)

  • Difficulties linked to high Ethiopian bureaucracy

    • 85 % of total Port volumes = Ethiopia destination

    • 75% of the cargo financed by L/C (banks)

    • 100% cash payment against documents from the banks

    • All cargo should come through Ethiopian Shipping Line B/L

    • Ethiopian Customs clearance in Addis Ababa: 3 weeks


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  • Djibouti port solution…

DP WORLD DORALEH

Container Terminal


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DP World Doraleh


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Site map : DP World Doraleh


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Phase 1

Phase 2

DP World Doraleh

  • Phase 1

  • 1050 m quay length

  • 480 m depth

  • 18 m draught

  • 6 Super Post Panamax quay cranes

  • 16 RTG

  • 1.2 million TEU capacity

  • Phase 2

  • Extension up to 2000 m quay length

  • 3 million TEU capacity


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DP World Doraleh – August 2008


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Djibouti Ports events : 15 – 18th December 2008

  • Djibouti

  • location at the crossroads of 3 continents intersection,

  • DP World collaboration which have created various partnerships,

  • Advantage of collaborating with Djibouti Free Zone, which is member of JAFZA International,

  • Oil Terminal (ENOC) operating since 2006,

  • New development : Doraleh Container Terminal,

  • Dubai Customs World : partner of Djibouti Customs


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