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  1. P P E C B PERISHABLE PRODUCTS EXPORT CONTROL BOARD Strategy: 2008 - 2013 Parliamentary Portfolio Committee on Agriculture and Land 14TH MAY 2008 M. Hawes - Chairperson P r o f e s s I o n a l A c c o u n t a b l e P a s s I o n I n t e g r i t y C o n f I d e n c e

  2. Presentation Outline • BackGround • Strategy Detail • Employment Equity, Transformation & Skills Development • FINANCE & BUDGETS

  3. P P E C B BACKGROUND P r o f e s s I o n a l A c c o u n t a b l e P a s s I o n I n t e g r i t y C o n f I d e n c e

  4. PPECB’S ROLE I.T.O LEGISLATIVE MANDATE • PPECB is a Statutory Organisation, which conducts its business in terms of the perishable products export control act (no. 9 of 1983). • PPECB also operates as an assignee for the department of agriculture under the requirements of the agricultural product standards act (no. 119 of 1990). • PPECB is a listed schedule 3a public entity, and conducts its financial business in terms of the public finance management act, (no.1 of 1999).

  5. PPECB’S PRODUCTS & SERVICES CATALOGUE • PPECB service categories • product and equipment certification • cold chain management -statistical information • advisory services and training PPECB is accredited for: - globalgap and brc certifications - haccp certifications - iso 17025 laboratory services - eu 1148/2001 – approved 3rd country inspection authority PPECB is also certification body (cb) for tesco nature’s choice

  6. Current PPECB Environment • APS – product quality and food safety for regulated fruit and vegetable products • Phytosanitary inspections for non sensitive markets (EU) • Cold chain – perishable products • Cold chain - special market protocols (phytosanitary) • Value added services – services that enhance the competitiveness of industry • Capacity building – EU agency, AETP

  7. Plant & Plant Products Current Scenario Policy vs. Implementation

  8. PPECB current operating environment

  9. Zimbabwe Mozambique h Maputo h Johannesburg Namibia h Upington h Kimberley h Bloemfontein Lesotho h Durban h East Londen h Port h Cape Town h Elizabeth George PPECB OFFICES

  10. P P E C B STRATEGY DETAIL P r o f e s s I o n a l A c c o u n t a b l e P a s s I o n I n t e g r i t y C o n f I d e n c e

  11. Strategic Context • Outcome of a Series of Engagements with the DoA on the Role of PPECB “The DDG: Bio Security & Disaster Management and the CEO of PPECB should within 12 months finalize the policy environment for the future role of PPECB” – Minister of Agriculture and Land Affairs • Response to ever changing Client Needs • Recognition of Strategic Role PPECB Plays in the Industry

  12. Strategic Context cont…… • Strategic Plan for SA Agriculture, AsgiSA & Apex Priorities; • + Global Competitiveness & Competitive Business Intelligence; • WTO (SPS, TBT); • + Growth in Industry Competitiveness; • Migration from Conventional to Containerized Shipping; • Policy Gap Food Safety and Product Quality.

  13. International Good Practice

  14. International Good Practice

  15. Vision “A Partner in Global Competitiveness of South African Perishable Products”

  16. Mission “To build Competitive Capacity in our People and Systems in Industries we Serve in order to instill World-Wide Confidence in South African Perishable Products”

  17. Values • Professionalism • Accountability • Passion • Integrity • Confidence

  18. Strategic Objectives & KPIs • Strategic Objectives & KPIs

  19. Strategic Risk Assessment • Policy Development by DOA in collaboration with PPECB – strategy dependant on this • Legislation as an outcome of integrating food safety/product quality/cold chain of perishable products for export, import & local market • Based on current infrastructure – impact on Operations; HR and Financial Modeling

  20. P P E C B PEOPLE & BUDGETS P r o f e s s I o n a l A c c o u n t a b l e P a s s I o n I n t e g r i t y C o n f I d e n c e

  21. P P E C B EMPLOYMENT EQUITY, TRANSFORMATION & SKILLS DEVELOPMENT P r o f e s s I o n a l A c c o u n t a b l e P a s s I o n I n t e g r i t y C o n f I d e n c e

  22. Workforce Profile 2007

  23. Workforce Profile ( Race & Gender) – April 2008

  24. Workforce Profile 2008 – OccupationalLevels ( %)

  25. SUMMARY

  26. SKILLS DEVELOPMENT 2008-2010

  27. P P E C B FINANCE & BUDGETS 2008/09… P r o f e s s I o n a l A c c o u n t a b l e P a s s I o n I n t e g r i t y C o n f I d e n c e

  28. BUSINESS STRUCTURE Value added Statutory Development

  29. BUDGET STRUCTURE The operating model separates PPECB’s activities into three broad stakeholder groupings. the groupings are:- • Statutory services delivered in accordance with the PPECB and APS acts. • Value added services delivered in accordance with needs and requirements from customers. • Development services which include SA PIP management services, food safety, cold chain development, AETP and industry information.

  30. STATUTORY SERVICES PPECB’s operations are focused in terms of value streams. the value streams consist of statutory inspection services and food safety audits (promulgated under act 119 of 1990) and cold services (act 9 of 1983) to ensure the orderly exports of perishable products. • Inspection services • Coldchain services • Food safety services

  31. VALUE ADDED SERVICES • Value added services aim is to become a preferred supplier of food safety risk management services in the food supply chain. • income R9.3m • expenditure R7.7m • Surplus R1.6m • compared to the 2007/8 budget, income is down R540k (5%) whilst expenditure is down R985k (11%). • Specialised services • Analytical services • Technical support services

  32. DEVELOPMENT SERVICES • Development services consists of food safety, AETP and research and development. these initiatives are all focused on development, improvement and growth within the industry. although funding is received from various sources there is a shortfall of R1.8m. the impact of this shortfall on statutory levies is 1.6%. • Income R2.2m • Expenditure R3.9m • Shortfall R1.8m • Food safety development • Cold chain research & development • AETP programme

  33. SPENDING PRIORITIES

  34. FUNDING SOURCES

  35. BUDGET OVERVIEW

  36. Thank You Creating World-Wide Confidence in South African Perishable Export Products