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Ms Tandi Lebakeng Port Manager, Transnet National Ports Authority Mossel Bay B2B 16 July 2013. TABLE OF CONTENT. 1. Port of Mossel Bay Overview. Port Value Proposition. Market Demand Strategy (MDS). Volume Projections & Capacity Management. Port Development and Capital Investment.

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ms tandi lebakeng port manager transnet national ports authority mossel bay b2b 16 july 2013

Ms Tandi LebakengPort Manager, Transnet National Ports AuthorityMossel Bay B2B16 July 2013

table of content
TABLE OF CONTENT

1. Port of Mossel Bay Overview

Port Value Proposition

Market Demand Strategy (MDS)

  • Volume Projections & Capacity Management

Port Development and Capital Investment

Business Development Initiatives

7. SHE and Security Management

8. Primary Engagement Platforms

9. Corporate Social Investment

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Terminals:

CBM berth

Slipway

SPM berth

Port of Mossel Bay – Overview

The National Ports Authority is a landlord Port Authority that provides port infrastructure and maritime-related services at the Port of Mossel Bay. Key business parameters :

R807.5m Total assets

2.5 hectares land area

2 Offshore Terminals

8berths

Slipway repair facility

2 maritime craft (1 workboat, 1 launch)

30 employees

2 OffshoreTerminals Slipway

Berth Overview

Key Commodities

Key Port Commodities:

Inbound

• Petroleum Products

Outbound

• Petroleum Products

• Various break-bulk commodities.

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Value Proposition Port of Mossel Bay

Focused on meeting customer demands and exceptional performance, the Port serves the petroleum, fishing and tourism industries in support of sustained economic development in one of the most pristine environments in Africa

port of mossel bay mds strategy
PORT OF MOSSEL BAY– MDS STRATEGY

OPERATIONS STRATEGY

STRATEGIC FOCUS

  • Provision and Management of Port Infrastructure
  • New Business Development
  • Stakeholder Collaboration
  • Integrated Strategic Port Planning
  • Human Capital Development
  • 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
port system performance management
PORT SYSTEM PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT

Key Performance Indicators

KEY INFLUENCERS OF THE PORT SERVICES VALUE CHAIN PERFORMANCE

  • Capacity utilisation, vsberth occupancy, berth utilisation, volume per m2, cargo capacity
  • Average port stay
  • Port delays

INFRASTRUCTURE

  • Legislative Requirements
  • National Ports Act
  • Directives
  • Marine Operational delays
  • Resource availability
  • Number of serviced movements

MARINE OPERATIONS

  • Volume throughput
  • Volume of cargo per ship working hour
  • Turnaround times (cargo, ship, road and rail)

TERMINAL OPERATORS

  • Turnaround times rail and road
  • On time scheduled departure

LANDSIDE INTERMODAL

  • Collaboration/ Consultation
  • Port Stakeholders
  • NPCC
  • PCC subcommittees
  • Shareholders Compact
  • Adherence to administration requirements and clearance timeframes

PORT SERVICES

port layout and future potential opportunities
Port Layout and Future Potential Opportunities

Existing Layout

Medium to Long Term Layout

  • Strategic Projects
  • Remove and replace asbestos roofing in port - capital refurbishment
  • Refurbishment of Cradle & Side Slipway
  • VTS: Alternative Radar Site
  • Protection of capping to all quay sides
  • Feasibility Study for master plan port services
  • Replacement of launch
  • Refurbish access road I&J and Viking
  • Offloading for passenger liner
  • Refurbish o f existing rail on quay 4

R 72.2m

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Business Development Initiatives – Short Term

Location, Attractions and Climate makes Mossel Bay an ideal tourist destination

  • Tourism is also a booming industry, with fully booked accommodation in the holiday months
  • A national road (N2) connects Mossel Bay with Cape Town and George. The closest airport is George (approx. 50 km) which has flights to all the major airports within South Africa.
  • Mossel Bay forms part of the Garden Route which is a mainly tourist attraction within the Western Cape
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Business Development Initiatives – Medium/Long Term

Protracted discussions display commitment to interact and partner with stakeholders to facilitate sustainable economic growth in the town/region and province which will benefit the respective communities and contribute to socio-economic development

MCBD AND PORT PRECINCT PLAN

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Primary Engagement Platforms

  • TNPA /Local Government Strategic Forum
    • Mossel Bay Municipality
  • Port Consultative Committee
  • Customer/Stakeholder/B2B – Sharing of developments & planning
  • Investor / Industry Specific Engagements
  • Ad hoc and Issue Specific Engagements
  • Mossel Bay Chamber of Commerce
corporate social investment
Corporate Social Investment
  • CSI Objectives
  • Awareness of maritime careers and port as a neighbour
  • TNPA as a good corporate citizen
  • Role of port in the economy of Western Cape & SA
  • Awareness of port facilities & activities
  • Opportunity for partnerships with key stakeholders
  • Relationship Building
    • Western Cape Department of Education (Maths, Science and English)
    • Indwe and Hillcrest Secondary Schools
    • PetroSA
    • Community Involvement
    • Mossel Bay Municipality
    • Social and Local Economic Department
  • Non Governmental Organisations (NGO)
    • Partnering to identify initiatives
  • CSI Initiatives
  • Vacation Students – Job Shadowing:
    • December 2012 – Hosted 6 students
    • July 2013 – Hosted 10 students
  • Mandela Day
    • July 2012 – Local Crèche – KwaNonqaba
      • Donated Food, Toys and Blankets
    • July 2013 – Provincial Hospital – MSB
      • Building a playground, donating toys, toiletries and curtains for children’s wards
  • Good Corporate Citizen Initiatives
    • June 2013 - Security Awareness and Substance Abuse Workshop