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Mr. Thami Ntshingila Port Manager, Port of Durban B2B Hilton Hotel Durban 18 July 2013. C ONTENTS. Port of Durban Overview. Port Vision. Market Demand Strategy & Port Strategy . Volume Projections & Capacity Management. Port Development and Capital Investment.

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Mr thami ntshingila port manager port of durban b2b hilton hotel durban 18 july 2013

Mr. Thami Ntshingila

Port Manager, Port of Durban

B2B Hilton Hotel Durban

18 July 2013


Mr thami ntshingila port manager port of durban b2b hilton hotel durban 18 july 2013

CONTENTS

Port of Durban Overview

Port Vision

Market Demand Strategy & Port Strategy

Volume Projections & Capacity Management

Port Development and Capital Investment

New Business Development Initiatives

Primary Engagement Platforms

CSI and Community Outreach


Mr thami ntshingila port manager port of durban b2b hilton hotel durban 18 july 2013

Port of Durban Overview


Mr thami ntshingila port manager port of durban b2b hilton hotel durban 18 july 2013

Port Vision

  • Vision

  • To be a premier port, enabling economic growth and development in South Africa and the SADC region that ensures a sustainable, efficient, safe business environment while being socially responsible and environmentally aware.


Market demand strategy mds

Market Demand Strategy (MDS)

Driven by a 3 tier strategy

Port Strategic Focus Areas

Operations Strategy

  • Delivery of Infrastructure Projects

  • Real Estate

  • Safety Management

  • Human Capital Development

  • Retain Cargo Volumes

  • Revenue Growth (Financial Sustainability)

  • Improve Operational Efficiencies

  • Take systems view of ports – end to end logistics visibility (Port Operations Centre's)

  • Ensure optimisation of port capacity

  • To improve operations effectiveness (Oversight Management)

  • Ensure ports are safe, secured and environmentally friendly

In support of meeting Shareholder’s objectives of improving operating efficiencies, regional integration and optimising investment in the port system.


Mr thami ntshingila port manager port of durban b2b hilton hotel durban 18 july 2013

Precinct Management Model

Precinct Operations Model

Precinct


Mr thami ntshingila port manager port of durban b2b hilton hotel durban 18 july 2013

Port System Performance

Management

Key Performance Indicators

KEY INFLUENCERS OF THE PORT SERVICES VALUE CHAIN PERFORMANCE

  • Capacity utilisation, berth occupancy, berth utilisation, volume per m2, cargo capacity

  • Capex

  • Maintenance spend

INFRASTRUCTURE

  • Legislative Requirements

  • National Ports Act

  • Directives

  • Marine Operational delays

  • Resource availability

  • Number of serviced movements

MARINE OPERATIONS

  • Volume throughput

  • Handling rates

  • Turnaround times (cargo, ship, road and rail)

  • Dwell time

TERMINAL OPERATORS

  • Turnaround times rail and road

  • On time scheduled departure (rail)

  • Truck call-in system

LANDSIDE INTERMODAL

  • Collaboration/ Consultation

  • Port Stakeholders

  • NPCC

  • PCC subcommittees

  • Shareholders Compact

  • EBITDA, Revenue, Opex, ROTA

  • Volume performance

  • BBEEE, DIFR, Training, Equity

PORT BUSINESS


Mr thami ntshingila port manager port of durban b2b hilton hotel durban 18 july 2013

Total Cargo Volume Split

Total Volume

April 2012 - March 2013:

76,158,150 tons


Mr thami ntshingila port manager port of durban b2b hilton hotel durban 18 july 2013

Top Import Commodities

(excl. Containers)

IMPORTS

April 2012 - March 2013:

33,499,348 tons


Mr thami ntshingila port manager port of durban b2b hilton hotel durban 18 july 2013

Top Export Commodities

(excl. Containers)

EXPORTS

April 2012 - March 2013:

11,547,133 tons


Mr thami ntshingila port manager port of durban b2b hilton hotel durban 18 july 2013

Cargo Volume Projections and Capacity Management


Mr thami ntshingila port manager port of durban b2b hilton hotel durban 18 july 2013

Cargo Volume Projections and Capacity Management


Mr thami ntshingila port manager port of durban b2b hilton hotel durban 18 july 2013

Cargo Volume Projections and Capacity Management


Mr thami ntshingila port manager port of durban b2b hilton hotel durban 18 july 2013

Port Capital Investment

R21bn

Capex Spend (R million)

Expansion (R million)

Replacement (R million)

  • Jobs to be created:

  • Reconstruction of Sheet Pile Quay Walls at Maydon Wharf – approximately 1 000

  • Berth Deepening – approximately 16 000

  • Durban Digout Port – approximately 64 000


Mr thami ntshingila port manager port of durban b2b hilton hotel durban 18 july 2013

Port Current Layout

  • Point MPT and Ro Ro Terminal

  • Maydon Wharf

  • Bayhead rail yards

  • Durban Containers Pier 1 and Pier 2

  • Island View liquid bulk precinct

  • Bluff

1

2

6

4

5

3


Mr thami ntshingila port manager port of durban b2b hilton hotel durban 18 july 2013

Port Short Term Layout

  • North quay berth deepening

  • Pier 1 expansion with Salisbury Island infill

  • Maydon Wharf quaywall reconstruction

  • Island View berth reconstruction

  • Point Passenger Terminal

1

5

2

3

4


Mr thami ntshingila port manager port of durban b2b hilton hotel durban 18 july 2013

Port Medium Term Layout : DDOP

  • The medium term expansion of the Port of Durban will be focussed on the new dig-out port on the old Durban airport site.

  • Breakwater and entrance channel

  • 16 berth container basin and terminals

  • New automotive terminal

  • Liquid bulk berths and terminal

  • Road and rail connectivity

5

2

3

4

1


Mr thami ntshingila port manager port of durban b2b hilton hotel durban 18 july 2013

New Business Development

Initiatives

Lot 100

  • Process Flow:

  • Advertise Request for Proposals – 12th August 2013

  • Compulsory Briefing Session – 3rd September 2013

  • RFP Bid closing date – 12th November 2013

Cruise Terminal

  • Process Flow:

  • The Request For Proposals (RFP) inviting all interested parties to submit RFP documents have been advertised on 16th June 2013.

  • Tender briefing held on 2nd July 2013

  • Closing date for purchasing of RFP bid documents – 19th July 2013

  • Bid closing date – 8thOctober 2013


Mr thami ntshingila port manager port of durban b2b hilton hotel durban 18 july 2013

Primary Engagement Platforms

CLOF – Container Liner Operators Forum

PCC – Port Consultative Committee

PCF - Port City Forum

PCTC– Pure Car Truck Carrier Shipping Forum

IVBF – Island View Bulk Forum

DPC – Durban Port Committee

MWF– Maydon Wharf Forum

SASSOA – South African Association of Ship Operators and Agents

MARSECO – Maritime Security Committee

PICC (SIP2) – Presidential Infrastructure Coordinating Commission - Strategic Integrated Project

(Durban-Free State-Gauteng Corridor)


Mr thami ntshingila port manager port of durban b2b hilton hotel durban 18 july 2013

BBBEE Spend and

Supplier Development

Procurement of goods and services are strictly procured in line with Transnet

Detailed Procurement Policy as approved by Transnet Board

  • Compliance Challenges Experienced:

  • Expired BBBEE certificates not updated on time

  • Top 20 suppliers (80/20) BBBEE levels below level 5

  • Changing of banking details and contact details without informing TNPA


Mr thami ntshingila port manager port of durban b2b hilton hotel durban 18 july 2013

Port Human Capital Development

Head Count

Skills Development

  • Bursaries – 64

  • Engineers in training 6, Technicians in training 8.

  • Technical Skills – 39 various trades

  • Maritime skills (Navigation and Marine Engineering) – 59 deck and engineering cadets

  • 22 Graduates in Training


Mr thami ntshingila port manager port of durban b2b hilton hotel durban 18 july 2013

Graduates in Training


Mr thami ntshingila port manager port of durban b2b hilton hotel durban 18 july 2013

CSI Projects and

Community Outreach

  • Adopted Sithengile Secondary School

  • Upgrade of the BAT Centre

  • Student support for UKZN & DUT maritime

  • Partnership with Mangosuthu University of Technology’s Engineering Unit

  • Assistance to Umlazi & Cato Manor Retirement Homes

  • Support to the Centre of Hope HIV/AIDS Clinic

CSI Focus

  • Encourage high enrolment numbers into Maritime studies especially female learners.

  • Enrol successful learners at CPUT and DUT on the Marine Engineering and Cadet for S1 and S2.

  • TNPA assist with their academic requirements.

  • Ensure that these learners' get bursaries and go for Sea time.

  • Employ the learners in our Port System

School visits

Retirement homes

  • Adopted Umlazi and Cato Manor Retirement Homes

  • Provide support to senior citizens from disadvantaged communities


Mr thami ntshingila port manager port of durban b2b hilton hotel durban 18 july 2013

THANK YOU


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