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Presented by: Monique Petit at the 2009 Railways and Harbours Conference in Cape Town.

Presented by: Monique Petit at the 2009 Railways and Harbours Conference in Cape Town.

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  • TRANSNET CSDP and PROCUREMENT RAILWAYS AND HARBOUR CONFERENCE Monique Petit 6 March 2009
      • Transnet and CSDP
      • Transnet General Policies
      • The Tender Process
      • Our Current Situation and Way Forward
    CONTENTS
    • Transnet’s Supply Management’s long term strategy is to localise the supply chain to a reasonable level while promoting local industries and South Africa as an off-shore site of choice for OEM and multi-national procurement personnel.
    TRANSNET’s CSDP OBJECTIVES
  • Transnet’s CSDP Focus Suppliers’ CSDP Focus Transnet’s ED Focus Transnet’s PP Focus Suppliers’ PP Focus Supplier Development Category Supplier Development Activities Port Equipment TRE OEM’s: GE, GM, EMD, Mitsui, Alstom, Siemens TRE DCD UCW SCAW SURTEES* *SURTEES IS A WAGON MANUFACTURER IN MINING INDUSTRY **ED – Enterprise Development / PP – Preferential Procurement OEM s Export SM personnel lobby with OEM Global Sourcing Team SM personnel RFx process and contract negotiation SM personnel advise on available partners and TRE involvement SM personnel identify ED opportunities Transnet’s CSDP phase one Strategic Approach will be to focus on Tier 1 suppliers and to assist them in engaging Tier 2 suppliers Skills TRANSNET’s CSDP APPROACH Tier 1 Systems – Subsystems Tier 2 Tier 3 Other Rolling Stock Components Assemblies IP FDI Goods Services Kalmar Lieber / CPS Projects Alstom Kalmar OEM’s: Kalmar, Leiber, Mofi, SMV Coni, Tugs, Deredger Supplier Base
      • Right of First Refusal
      • Conflict of Interest
        • Transnet and Supplier responsibility to Declare
      • Code of Conduct
        • Transnet will not participate in corrupt or fraudulent practices
        • Tip-Offs Anonymous 0800 003 056
      • Gifts
        • We would prefer that they are not given however R500 limit and can not be used to influence a purchase decision
      • BBBEE / CSDP
      • Agencies Fronts
        • We will not engage with an agency acting as a ‘front’ providing little or no value to the relationship
    TRANSNET GENERAL POLICIES
      • Overview
        • Over-arching regulation (Constitution – fair, equitable, competitive, transparent, and cost effective; PFMA; DPP)
        • PAJA, PAIA, Contract Law
        • Rules of Engagement
      • Budget Pricing
      • Request for Information
      • Pre-Bid
        • Procurement path (open, closed , preferred supplier lists, confinement)
      • Bidding
      • Post Bid
    TENDER PROCESS
      • We are more strategic – benchmarking, engaging in better demand management, the move to COTS and strategic relationships
      • Tactical Overview (adjust the unadjusted) – in tough times, we have to look to realistic pricing
      • But: Strategically Win-Win Relationships – this economic downturn will eventually lessen but the need for cost competitiveness will not
      • T&C’s - Dispute Resolution
    THE WAY FORWARD “ Business Unusual” or is it…
  • Railways and Harbours Supply Chain Association Inaugural Meeting – Buyers Terms of Reference August 15, 2008