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Ms
Tandi Lebakeng

Port Manager, Transnet National Ports Authority

Mossel Bay B2B

16 July 2013



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TABLE OF CONTENT

1.
Port of Mossel Bay Overview

3.
Market Demand Strategy (MDS)

2.
Port Value Proposition

4.

Volume Projections & Capacity
Management

5.
Port Development and Capital Investment

7. SHE and Security
Management

6.
Business Development
Initiatives

8.
Primary
Engagement
Platforms

9. Corporate Social Investment

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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

:



R
807
.
5
m

Total

assets



2
.
5

hectares

land

area


2

Offshore

Terminals


8

berths



Slipway

repair

facility


2

maritime

craft

(
1

workboat,

1

launch)


30

employees

Berth

Overview

Port of Mossel Bay


Overview

Key Port Commodities:



Inbound



Petroleum Products




Outbound



Petroleum Products


• Various break
-
bulk commodities.



Key Commodities

Slipway


SPM berth

CBM berth


Terminals:

2 Offshore

Terminals



Slipway


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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

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PORT OF MOSSEL BAY


MDS STRATEGY

OPERATIONS STRATEGY

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

STRATEGIC FOCUS

Provision

and

Management

of

Port

Infrastructure

New

Business

Development

Stakeholder

Collaboration

Integrated

Strategic

Port

Planning

Human

Capital

Development

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KEY INFLUENCERS OF THE PORT
SERVICES VALUE CHAIN PERFORMANCE

WORKING
TOWARDS
EFFICIENT PORTS
SYSTEM

PORT SYSTEM PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT

Capacity utilisation,
vs

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

Average port stay

Port delays

Marine Operational delays

Resource availability

Number of serviced
movements

Adherence to administration
requirements and clearance
timeframes


Turnaround times rail and road

On time scheduled departure

Volume throughput

Volume of cargo per ship
working hour

Turnaround times (cargo,
ship, road and rail)

Key Performance Indicators

Collaboration/ Consultation

Port Stakeholders

NPCC

PCC subcommittees

Shareholders Compact

Legislative Requirements

National Ports Act

Directives

MARINE OPERATIONS

INFRASTRUCTURE


TERMINAL OPERATORS

LANDSIDE INTERMODAL

PORT SERVICES

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Cargo Volume Projections and Capacity
Management

-
10 000
20 000
30 000
40 000
50 000
60 000
70 000
80 000
90 000
100 000
Act
05/06
Act
06/07
Act
07/08
Act
08/09
Act
09/10
Act
10/11
Act
11/12
Act
12/13
FC
13/14
FC
14/15
FC
15/16
FC
16/17
FC
17/18
FC
18/19
FC
19/20
Tons per Annum
BREAK BULK
-
1 000 000
2 000 000
3 000 000
4 000 000
5 000 000
6 000 000
7 000 000
8 000 000
9 000 000
Act
05/06
Act
06/07
Act
07/08
Act
08/09
Act
09/10
Act
10/11
Act
11/12
Act
12/13
FC
13/14
FC
14/15
FC
15/16
FC
16/17
FC
17/18
FC
18/19
FC
19/20
Kls per Annum
LIQUID BULK
TERMINAL CAPACITY
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Port Layout and
Future
Potential Opportunities

Existing Layout

R 72.2m

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


8.85
8.15
9.95
15.25
6.25
0.75
23.00
-
5.00
10.00
15.00
20.00
25.00
13/14
14/15
15/16
16/17
17/18
18/19
19/20
Rand Millions
Timelines
CAPITAL EXPENDITURE PROJECTIONS
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Business Development Initiatives


Short Term


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

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

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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

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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

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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



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Indwe

and Hillcrest
Sen

Sec School


December 2012

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Indwe

and Hillcrest
Sen

Sec School


July 2013

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Local Crèche
KwaNonqaba



July 2012

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Security Awareness and Substance Abuse Workshop


June 2013

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