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Presentation kazakhstan transport opportunities v2

  1. 1. Kazakhstan’s transportKazakhstan’s transportopportunities for Britishopportunities for BritishcompaniescompaniesIts not just oil and gasIts not just oil and gasJan Tomczyk, FCILT, UKJan Tomczyk, FCILT, UKDate:Date:Place:Place:
  2. 2. Introduction 1Introduction 1Kazakhstan wants to create a road, railKazakhstan wants to create a road, railand air land bridge between Asia andand air land bridge between Asia andEuropeEuropeConstruction has startedConstruction has startedForeign companies are winning tendersForeign companies are winning tendersand getting contracts in Kazakhstanand getting contracts in KazakhstanOpportunities in rail, road and air transportOpportunities in rail, road and air transportstill exist because it’s a long term strategystill exist because it’s a long term strategy
  3. 3. Introduction 2Introduction 2The Development of TransportThe Development of TransportInfrastructure in The Republic ofInfrastructure in The Republic ofKazakhstan for 2010-2014 by theKazakhstan for 2010-2014 by theGovernment of the Republic ofGovernment of the Republic ofKazakhstan, 30 September 2010 NumberKazakhstan, 30 September 2010 Number1006 lists some of the existing1006 lists some of the existinginfrastructure and equipmentinfrastructure and equipmentinadequacies and describes some of theinadequacies and describes some of theneeds and outlines an action planneeds and outlines an action plan
  4. 4. Railway opportunitiesRailway opportunitiesWhy: because of old infrastructure and oldWhy: because of old infrastructure and oldtechnology and inadequate institutional structuretechnology and inadequate institutional structureand lack of trained human resourcesand lack of trained human resourcesMain line modernizationMain line modernizationConstructing 453 kms new linesConstructing 453 kms new linesIncreasing station capacitiesIncreasing station capacitiesRenovating rolling stockRenovating rolling stockBuying new rolling stock; most is over 20 yearsBuying new rolling stock; most is over 20 yearsBuying new locomotivesBuying new locomotives
  5. 5. Road opportunities 1Road opportunities 1Why:Why:in some places proper roads do not existin some places proper roads do not existmany main and secondary roads needmany main and secondary roads needrenovatingrenovatinglack of international standard motorwayslack of international standard motorwaysKazakhstan wants to become a landKazakhstan wants to become a landbridge: become part of the global transportbridge: become part of the global transportsystem and develop more transit transportsystem and develop more transit transport
  6. 6. Road opportunities 2Road opportunities 2Buy modern trucks fitted with digitalBuy modern trucks fitted with digitaltachograph and meet EU emission rulestachograph and meet EU emission rulesReconstruct 5,500 kms of roadsReconstruct 5,500 kms of roadsRepair 6,000 kms of roadsRepair 6,000 kms of roadsRepair 10,000 kms of secondary roadsRepair 10,000 kms of secondary roadsRepair 36 bridgesRepair 36 bridgesUse toll based pay systemUse toll based pay systemBuild the new West China to West EuropeBuild the new West China to West Europe4 lane highway using modern technology4 lane highway using modern technology
  7. 7. Air opportunities 1Air opportunities 1Why:Why:need to meet ICAO standardsneed to meet ICAO standardswant to increase international freight andwant to increase international freight andpassenger traffic using modern technologypassenger traffic using modern technologyneed to improve air safetyneed to improve air safetyneed to improve navigationneed to improve navigationneed to improve ground servicesneed to improve ground servicesneed to build new terminalsneed to build new terminals
  8. 8. Air opportunities 2Air opportunities 2Help implement aviation standardsHelp implement aviation standardsBuild new runwaysBuild new runwaysRepair runwaysRepair runwaysBuild new passenger terminalsBuild new passenger terminalsBuild new freight terminalsBuild new freight terminalsSupply ground support equipmentSupply ground support equipmentBuild computerized air traffic controlBuild computerized air traffic controlSupply air traffic control equipmentSupply air traffic control equipment
  9. 9. Maritime opportunitiesMaritime opportunitiesExpansion of Aktau seaport: new berthsExpansion of Aktau seaport: new berthsand a container berthand a container berthExtra tankersExtra tankersNew dry cargo vesselsNew dry cargo vesselsNeed for modern RO-RO ferriesNeed for modern RO-RO ferriesNeed for navigation aidsNeed for navigation aidsNeed for trainingNeed for trainingNeed for oil and gas ship repair yardNeed for oil and gas ship repair yardNeed for oil and gas fabrication worksNeed for oil and gas fabrication works
  10. 10. The message 1The message 1ConstructionConstructionEngineering servicesEngineering servicesProject supervisionProject supervisionStrategy developmentStrategy developmentSupply equipment and materialsSupply equipment and materialsTraining: 45% of rail incidents because ofTraining: 45% of rail incidents because ofold rolling stock and 90% of sea accidentsold rolling stock and 90% of sea accidentsbecause of lack of training andbecause of lack of training andprofessional competencyprofessional competency
  11. 11. The message 2The message 2Training:Training:Opportunity for developing and deliveringOpportunity for developing and deliveringsafety and hazardous trainingsafety and hazardous trainingNeed for road engineering skillsNeed for road engineering skillsNeed for aviation skills trainingNeed for aviation skills trainingNeed for transport and logistics skillsNeed for transport and logistics skillsNeed for transport and logistics coursesNeed for transport and logistics coursesleading to qualifications which areleading to qualifications which areinternationally accredited: UK CILTinternationally accredited: UK CILT
  12. 12. Who is funding projects?Who is funding projects?Asian Development Bank: border crossingAsian Development Bank: border crossingpoint projects and road and rail projectspoint projects and road and rail projectsEuropeAid: transport and logisticsEuropeAid: transport and logisticsconsulting projectsconsulting projectsThe World Bank: current and nextThe World Bank: current and nextKazakhstan Customs Reform projectsKazakhstan Customs Reform projectsUSAID:USAID:Ministry of Transport: budget fundsMinistry of Transport: budget funds
  13. 13. How to get new contracts?How to get new contracts?Get information from international financeGet information from international financeinstitutionsinstitutionsFind a local consulting and road and railFind a local consulting and road and railengineering companies such as the Kazakhstanengineering companies such as the KazakhstanTransport Institute (NIIT) and others with theTransport Institute (NIIT) and others with theobjective of tendering togetherobjective of tendering togetherLocal transport institutions and engineeringLocal transport institutions and engineeringcompanies have access to Ministries and donorscompanies have access to Ministries and donorsMessage: local institutions have project fatigueMessage: local institutions have project fatigueafter giving “free” information for years toafter giving “free” information for years toconsultants; its time to create partnerships andconsultants; its time to create partnerships anduse the benefit of local talentuse the benefit of local talent
  14. 14. Rahmiet, spacibo and thank youRahmiet, spacibo and thank youJan Tomczyk:Jan Tomczyk:Fellow Chartered Institute of Transport & Logistics, UK;Fellow Chartered Institute of Transport & Logistics, UK;Consultant on the OSCE UNECE Euro Asia Transport Links Project;Consultant on the OSCE UNECE Euro Asia Transport Links Project;Consultant to the OSCE on border crossing point design andConsultant to the OSCE on border crossing point design andmanagement;management;Member of Central Asian Studies Group, Harvard University;Member of Central Asian Studies Group, Harvard University;Independent director PSN Kazstroy, Atyrau.Independent director PSN Kazstroy, Atyrau.Previous experience in Kazakhstan: writing the transport laws, writingPrevious experience in Kazakhstan: writing the transport laws, writingthe customs codes, vocational education and training strategy,the customs codes, vocational education and training strategy,customs training, border crossing point surveys and Kashagan oilcustoms training, border crossing point surveys and Kashagan oilproject logisticsproject logisticsE-Mail: jan.tomczyk@gmail.comE-Mail: jan.tomczyk@gmail.com

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