Human Resources Development In Shipping And Transport

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Presented by: Herschel Maasdorp at the 2009 Railways and Harbours Conference in Cape Town.

Presented by: Herschel Maasdorp at the 2009 Railways and Harbours Conference in Cape Town.

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  • 1. S TC-SOUTHERN AFRICA HRD - International Ports & Shipping Context Rail & Harbours Conference, Cape Town, 2009
  • 2. The purpose of this paper: “ To highlight the changes in transport and the choices the STC-Group made to survive change....the necessity to further invest in “ Knowledge Infrastructure” INVESTING IN PEOPLE
  • 3. Since 1833
  • 4. S imulation and Applied Research T raining and Education C onsultancy and Implementation
    • Offices in Oman, Vietnam, South Africa , Korea, Philippines
    • World’s largest Simulator Park – Port of Rotterdam
    • Many Projects worldwide – large & small
  • 5. 450< Staff , 4000 students Annual turnover € 75.000.000
  • 6. Dredging Shipbuilding Sea fishery Transport and Logistics Related industries Petro-Chemical industry Ports
  • 7. World Ports X 1 million tonnes
  • 8. Human Capital New approach by large and modern companies Retention of right talent and skills Not only financially driven Business must ensure overall quality and continuity
  • 9. Developments in Transport Growing sophistication of facilities Ship Building Dredging, Quay Construction, Port Industrial Complexes Heavy lift vessels, specialised cargo vessels (LNG) & complex ultra fast vessels
  • 10. Effects on ports (cranes) EYESIGHT UNSUFFICIENT IN THE HOLD FOR CRANEDRIVER!
  • 11. Fast Vessel Services
    • Hub to Hub - no interporting
    • Primary Rail/Road Feed
        • (Require good rail & road access)
    • Maritime Feeders dedicated
    • Innovative Terminal Design
      • handle 100% of inbounds within 5~6 hours
      • vessel turn round 4~6 hours
    • Avoid Mega Ports
    • Direct to Consignee or 3PLs(third party logistics) forward distribution point
    Influences on port training and education?
  • 12. Common information sharing Pilots linesmen customs terminal operators Harbour Master VTS / port authority carriers hydrographical office dangerous goods pollution control cargo operators logistic providers SOLAS vessels info providers NON-SOLAS vessels Agents information flow – today…
  • 13. Harbour Master VTS / port authority ? information flow – future.. VTM port intermediary for all operations? Pilots linesmen customs terminal operators … . dangerous goods pollution control cargo operators SOLAS vessels … . Agents carriers info providers Pilots linesmen customs terminal operators … . dangerous goods pollution control cargo operators SOLAS vessels … . Agents carriers info providers
  • 14. Connections from hub ports The Equatorial Pendulum
  • 15. Many special ships require special ports: And special HRD and HRM
  • 16. Multi-porting/ hub and feedering Influence on education and training?
  • 17. Influences on the Supply Chain Logistics International Community IMO / UN European Union Classification Bureaus Government Regulations National Organisations External Gov’ment of the country City & Municipality State Industry Private Industry Training & Education EDI
  • 18. THANK YOU VERY MUCH: HERSCHEL MAASDORP STC Group Rotterdam Mission: become the best knowledge provider for HRD in the transportchain
  • 19. 22 Saddle Drive Woodmead Office Park, Woodmead, Sandton Postnet Suite 390, Private Bag X26, Sunninghill 2157 RSA Tel +27 11 804 4022, Fax +27 11 802 4705 Email: info@ stc-sa.co.za Website: www.stc-sa.co.za/ www.stc-group.nl THANK YOU