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  • Ayubowan! •Country Information •Port Information •Introduction to our company
  • WHY SRI LANKA “From Ceylon to Paradise, according to native tradition, is forty miles; there may be heard the sound of the fountains of Paradise." Please visit this website to get more exciting information about this Paradise Island. www.srilanka.travel
  • Location Lat : 5 55’N – 9 50’N Long. : 79 42’E – 81 53’E off the Southern tip of India Length 435km Breadth 225km Area 65,610 km2 Capital Sri Jayewardenepura-Kotte Climate Tropical / Monsoon Temp. 27 –35 C (Colombo) Ports Sea - Colombo, Galle, Trincomalee, Hambantota Air - BIA, Mattala
  • SRI LANKA - People Nationality Sri Lankan Population (2012) 21.5 million Annual growth rate 0.91% (2012 est.) Ethnic groups Sinhalese (73.8%) Tamils (18%) Muslims (7%), Others (1%) Religions Buddhism (70.2%), Hinduism (12.6%), Islam (8.5%), Christianity(7.4%) Work force (2Q 2012) 7.12 million Unemployment 3.9% (2Q 2012) Languages Sinhala & Tamil (official) English (link language)
  • SRI LANKA – Political  Present government in relatively strong position with more than 2/3 majority in parliament.  Increasing economic ties with Japan, India and China resulting in major investments into Sri Lanka from these countries.  In May 2013, Central Bank lowered its policy corridor by reducing the standing facilities by 50 basis points.
  • By 2016: Economic Targets • USD 4,000 per capita income • GDP growth above 8% on average • 2.5 mn tourist arrivals per annum • Over 10 sectors contributing USD 1 billion each in export earnings • Private investment around GDP (now 18-20% of GDP) • FDI to be around 5% of GDP • ICT literacy rate to increase from 30% at present to 75% • Exports expected to reach $ 14 billion 22-24% of
  • SRI LANKA - Economy GDP 6.4% Growth (2012) US$ 2,923 per capita (2012) Inflation May 2013 – 7.3% Dec 2012 (YOY) – 9.2% Interest rates 2012 – 11.49% 2011 – 9.3 % ( 364 day T bill yields) GDP sector wise (2012) Agriculture :5.8% (rice, coconut, tea, rubber, and spices) Services : 4.6% (transport, cargo handling, telecom, banking) Industry : 10.3% (garments, food processing, chemicals, petroleum, rubber-based products, construction)
  • SRI LANKA – Economy cont… • Continuing with the positive trend the GDP growth forecast for 2013 is estimated at 7.5%. • Sri Lanka recorded the highest ever inflow of Foreign Direct Investment for a year in 2012, amounting to US $ 1,338 million. • Tourism sector witnessing significant growth in tourist numbers. • Infrastructure development projects headed by telecommunication and tourism sector accounted for significant amount of the total investment flow. • The gross official reserve position as at the end of March 2013 stood at USD 6,690 million.
  • SRI LANKA – External Trade Exports -US$ 2.4 billion (Jan – Mar 2013) (U.S., U.K., India, Germany, Belgium...) Imports - US$ 4.5 billion (Jan – Mar 2013) (India, Singapore, China, Iran…) Monthly Export Values (US$m) Monthly Import Values (US$m) 2250 1000 1750 US $m US$m 1250 1250 750 500 2011 2012 2013 750 2011 2012 2013
  • ANALYSIS – CMB Container Volumes Performance of Port Services Imports (With Empty) (TEUs'000) Exports (With Empty) (TEUs'000) Transshipments (TEUs'000) Total 2011 TEU 2012 TEU Jan-Apr 2013 TEU 517,886 508,036 169,266 517,317 512,209 166,124 3,093,571 3,064,777 1,028,489 4,128,774 4,085,022 1,363,879
  • 5 HUB STRATEGY Knowledge Aviation Energy Commercial Shipping
  • Infrastructure Development: Ports and Aviation Sri Lanka is in the process of developing 6 key ports Hambantota Port (South) Galle Port (South West) Oluvil Port (East) Trincomalee Port (North East) Kankasanthurei Port (North) Colombo South Harbour (West) 1 New International Airport at Mattala (South) Expansion of Katunayake International Airport (West) Domestic Airports: At South, North and East of the country.
  • Colombo Port • • • • • • • • • • • • Operates 24x7 Longitude 79 51’E / Latitude 06 57’N Approx 1 ½ hrs deviation time from main East West route 195 hectares harbour area at low water Round the clock Pilotage service 8 Tugs of 20-65 MT Bollard Pull geared with 12 - 15m Dredged Depth / 230 m x 16 m entrance channel Depth Fleet of Pilot launches of 16 knots speed capability Fleet of Mooring launches with 8 knot speed capability 35,000 Sq.m of Container Freight Station Area within and outside port with bonded facilities Modern Terminal Management System(NAVIS,DGPS,RFID)Ship Planning System with web based terminal information system and Standards based EDI facilities ISPS Compliant, Mega Ports Compliant and Container Security Initiative compliant(CSI).
  • Hambantota Port • Consists of 600m berth for cargo ops & 600m service berth • Contains a bunkering facility and tank farm which includes 8 tanks for marine fuel, 3 tanks containing aviation fuel and 3 for Liquid Petroleum Gas (LPG). • Longitude 81 108’E / Latitude 6 119’N • 1.5 km long breakwater, with a minimum basin depth of 17m. • The turning circle will be 600m. • A $550 million tax-free port zone is being set up outside the port, - Local and international companies expressing interest in setting up shipbuilding, ship-repair and warehousing facilities in the zone in addition to a Dockyard
  • Galle Port • • • • • • • • • Galle Port is developed as a tourist destination Operates 24x7 with daylight navigation Longitude 80 14’E / Latitude 06 02’N No deviation time from main East West route 130 m permitted LOA and 7.3 m draft 15 hectares harbor area at low water 160 m width approach channel 50,000 Sq Ft warehouse area Pier information a)Closenburg – 420 m length and 8.9 m draft b)New Pier – 162 m length and 8.9 m draft
  • Trincomalee Port • • • • • • • Operates 24x7 with daylight navigation Longitude 81 13’E / Latitude 08 33’N 24 hrs deviation time from main East West route 2023 hectares harbor area at low water 500 m width approach channel 45,000 Sq Ft warehouse area Pier information a)New Berth – 250 m length and 12.5 m draft b)Prima Jetty – 240 m length and 14.2 m draft
  • Vallibel One – Our Parent company A Dynamic and a well diversified conglomerate in Sri Lanka listed on the Colombo Stock Exchange. Our business interests lie in the sectors of Power and Energy, Shipping, Leisure & Hospitality, Manufacturing, Banking and Financial Services. Our diversified investment portfolio includes some of best performing public quoted companies listed in the Colombo Stock Exchange. The core philosophy, of quality, innovation, creativity and a customer centric business approach are the forces that drive our organization. Vallibel One will ride the crest of the next revolution - a knowledge based society - we will begin this great journey that will touch the lives of all of us.
  • Vallibel One Vallibel One Limited Leisure Banking & Finance Manufacturing Conglomerate Power & Energy Orit Apparel Greener Water Ltd Fortress Hotel Hayleys L B Finance Royal Ceramics Lanka PLC Delmege Kingsbury Hotel Sampath Bank Pan Asia Bank Royal Porcelain (Pvt.) Ltd Rocell Bathware Ltd Royal Ceramics Distributors (Pvt.) Ltd Vallibel Power Erathna
  • Recruitment Cluster Consumer Cluster Exports Lifestyle Cluster Health Care Cluster Travel & Leisure Transportation
  • Delmege Forsyth & Co. (Shipping) Ltd. Delmege Shipping has been serving the shipping trade for over 100 years with lines that recognized Colombo as a hub in the East West sea route and handle vessels calling at the ports of Colombo, Galle, Trincomalee, and Hambanthota. With our well experienced staff we have been able to share our expertize , ensuring maximum value to our customers and principals. We guarantee safe handling of cargo and friendly customer service with up-to-date IT solutions. As a service provider, we are completely driven by our partners’ demands and needs. Over the years, we have built up a reputation for being customer oriented and innovative, in good times and bad and our commitment has been recognized time and time again.
  • DELMEGE Shipping VALUE SYSTEM VISION : “To be the most sought after and reliable shipping and logistics partner delivering solutions to Principals and Customers with a team of motivated Employees and satisfied stakeholders.” MISSION : “ To continuously pursue business growth and ensure optimum returns to our stakeholders whilst being a responsible corporate citizen.” D E L M E G E - Dynamic - Excellent - Loyal - Motivated - Enthusiastic - Good governance - Ethical
  • Supportive Structures Business Development - To gather strategic market information continuously and support with new business opportunities and potential business area. Information Technologies - We believe in up-to-date systems to drive the development of the business and continuously train staff on key software tools applicable to the shipping industry Human Resources Development - As this factor is key to long term sustainability of the business we continuously train and develop existing staff and attract the best talent from the work force.
  • FINALLY IT’S A ONE-STOP-SOLUTION FOR YOU!
  • CONTACT DETAILS Delmege Forsyth & Co (Shipping) Ltd 101, Vinyalankara Mawatha, Colombo 10 Sri Lanka Tel : + 94 11 7729570 (Direct) , Mob: +94773033801 - Shamindra