CSK Tribute - Nacala
Repairs after Sinking and
         Salvage:
Vessel
Modifications:
Grounding Damage:
     Vessels running aground on our coastlines and
• 
     subsequent repairs.
West Africa Offshore
  rigs and ships:
Scheduled
Dry-docking Repairs:
S.A. Industry Growth
               Constraints:
     Dry-dock availability only one large dock per major
• 
     port - w...
Dry-dock Cost Comparison
    – Internationally:
NPA do not make money from docking and thus
• 
     feel they subsidize ship repair industry.
     Incidentally the only p...
International ship yards own and operate more
• 
     than one dry-dock per shipyard – offering
     flexibility and dock ...
In SA = misaligned
• 
     shipyards can not invest in facilities and cranes.
• 


     The NPA does not make a reasonable...
Generates foreign income
• 


     Massive sustainable job creator
• 


     Essential port service and national strategic...
Cape Town Port
                 Overview:
     SA’s closest port to West African oil fields
• 


     Industry has traditi...
For over 20years we have formed various oil and
• 
     gas committees, industry clusters such as Cape
     Ship Repair, t...
Robinson dry-dock is in the waterfront complex -
• 
     unsuitable for 24 hour operations.

     The synchrolift used to ...
Durban dry-dock
Cape Town dry-dock
Trends in Local Ship Repair vs
    World Ship Building:
Namibian Comparison:
     Namibian Port Authorities – Namport invested in
• 
     two floating docks and upgraded the ship...
Industry Summary:
     Ship repair offered in all SA ports.
• 


     Industry has clusters – ready to engage.
• 


     T...
Positively: NPA commissioned a study by Price
• 
     Waterhouse Coopers to suggest an operating
     model and complete a...
SA has an obligation to provide essential repair
• 
     services ports but we have opportunity to
     participate in a f...
This is exactly in line with national requirements
• 
     to generate foreign income and grow
     employment.

     Lets...
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The increasing role of ship repair in southern African Ports - Part 2 of 2

  1. 1. CSK Tribute - Nacala
  2. 2. Repairs after Sinking and Salvage:
  3. 3. Vessel Modifications:
  4. 4. Grounding Damage: Vessels running aground on our coastlines and •  subsequent repairs.
  5. 5. West Africa Offshore rigs and ships:
  6. 6. Scheduled Dry-docking Repairs:
  7. 7. S.A. Industry Growth Constraints: Dry-dock availability only one large dock per major •  port - we lack flexibility for ship owners. National Port Authority owns and operates docks. Ship •  Repair companies conduct repairs. Dock infrastructure in poor condition. Dry-dock rentals rank amongst the highest in the •  world due to industry misalignment. Dry-dock bookings operate on a first come first serve •  basis irrespective of project potential value.
  8. 8. Dry-dock Cost Comparison – Internationally:
  9. 9. NPA do not make money from docking and thus •  feel they subsidize ship repair industry. Incidentally the only privately owned dock in SA does operate profitably. Ship repair have difficulty marketing expensive •  dock with poor infrastructure. Government needs to consider the total revenue •  outcome for the South African Economy given that tax revenues from this industry supersedes dry- dock revenue.
  10. 10. International ship yards own and operate more •  than one dry-dock per shipyard – offering flexibility and dock availability. Shipyards invest in cranes and equipment. •  Recent survey of yards internationally with docks •  wider than 85m beam concluded 4 dry-docks per yard and new building yards had 7 docks per yard. Our dry-docks are all below 45m beam. •  Cape Town and Durban have 3 yards per Port •  sharing one dry-dock.
  11. 11. In SA = misaligned •  shipyards can not invest in facilities and cranes. •  The NPA does not make a reasonable return as a •  passive service provider to the industry. Solution = concession operating of docks to yards •  to allow the correct investment and operating model.
  12. 12. Generates foreign income •  Massive sustainable job creator •  Essential port service and national strategic •  benefit Large generator of tax revenue • 
  13. 13. Cape Town Port Overview: SA’s closest port to West African oil fields •  Industry has traditionally serviced oil rigs, supply •  vessels and offshore related ships such as crane barges Offshore vessels are too large for the Suez Canal and •  thus round the Cape Over 10 500 people are employed in this industry in •  Cape Town alone
  14. 14. For over 20years we have formed various oil and •  gas committees, industry clusters such as Cape Ship Repair, tendered 3 times on ship lift facilities, explored upgrading A Berth for Oil and Gas. Sadly we continue to lose repair projects to Walvis •  Bay and other ports and not one infrastructural realignment or investment can be listed as a component to improve our footprint in this time.
  15. 15. Robinson dry-dock is in the waterfront complex - •  unsuitable for 24 hour operations. The synchrolift used to dock over 380 vessels per •  annum - is also in the waterfront area. Cape Town does not have any repair quays •  equipped with adequate cranes for offshore and diamond mining vessels. All dry docks nationally require infrastructure •  upgrades in terms of cranes and services.
  16. 16. Durban dry-dock
  17. 17. Cape Town dry-dock
  18. 18. Trends in Local Ship Repair vs World Ship Building:
  19. 19. Namibian Comparison: Namibian Port Authorities – Namport invested in •  two floating docks and upgraded the ship lift. Floating docks are privately operated. •  Supply vessels now dock in Walvis Bay – CT used •  to dock 4 per month!! Rigs are now also repaired in Walvis Bay • 
  20. 20. Industry Summary: Ship repair offered in all SA ports. •  Industry has clusters – ready to engage. •  The NPA unfairly blamed for the industry short •  comings, infrastructure conditions and dry dock bookings. You can not however keep beating parties if the •  operating model is incorrect. We are losing market share and opportunities. • 
  21. 21. Positively: NPA commissioned a study by Price •  Waterhouse Coopers to suggest an operating model and complete a condition survey of national port owned repair facilities. This study is now complete and we all wait •  anxiously for the action to follow to resolve the misalignment. Will this study amount to anything??????? • 
  22. 22. SA has an obligation to provide essential repair •  services ports but we have opportunity to participate in a foreign income, labour intensive and sustainable business. Need = serious engagement between the •  Transnet, NPA, Trade and Industry and Ship Repair to re-structure business. No time left and decisions are required urgently to •  maximize opportunities.
  23. 23. This is exactly in line with national requirements •  to generate foreign income and grow employment. Lets engage and build a better service and future •  together! THANK YOU FOR YOUR INTEREST • 

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