The multiplier effect of infrastructure
June 2014
Mining on Top – 24th
of June 2014
• A global mining company
headquartered in Brazil
• The global leader in iron ore and
pellet production and the second
lar...
Mission
To transform natural resources into
prosperity and sustainable development
Vision
To be the number one global natu...
Created by an executive order
on June 1, 1942, the company’s
operations were initially
concentrated in Minas Gerais.
In it...
Privatized on:
1997
May 6
Market value:
Net earnings:
Workers:
US$10.5
billion
US$350 million
11,000 (direct employees)
20...
Vale around the world
Vale is headquartered in Brazil, with activities on 5 continents, employing over
130,000 people incl...
Our business
Logistics – our logistics infrastructure
integrates mines, railroads and ports. This is
important as it enabl...
Key logistics projects around the world
Carajás – CLNS11D: The largest integrated logistics investment
ever undertaken for...
9
Vale in Africa
1010
Vale in Africa
Implementation of Zogota
mine in Simandou South
Guinea
Zambia
Lubambe Mine (Vale-ARM-ZCCM JV)
in produ...
1111
Overview
A major investor in the continent:
More than US$ 6 billion of investments planned for the continent in the
u...
1212
2004: Vale won the international bidding
to develop the studies in the Moatize
coalfield
2007: Signature of the minin...
• Moatize I - in operation since 2011
• Mine’s expansion (Moatize II) is
projected to commence in 2014
• Total Capex: US$ ...
1414
2004: Vale won the international bidding
to develop the studies in the Moatize
coalfield
2007: Signature of the minin...
1515
2004: Vale won the international bidding
to develop the studies in the Moatize
coalfield
2007: Signature of the minin...
1616
2004: Vale won the international bidding
to develop the studies in the Moatize
coalfield
2007: Signature of the minin...
Social development
1818
2004: Vale won the international bidding
to develop the studies in the Moatize
coalfield
2007: Signature of the minin...
1919
Social Development
Our social programs are conducted from two perspectives
Voluntary actions, conducted by Vale
Found...
2020
Employment Generation
More than 13.000 employs generated
(direct and contractors).
89% 11%
Of the employees are
from ...
2121
Employment generation by region
Strengthening local
enterprises - The Linkages
Program in Mozambique and
Malawi
Strengthening the local supply chain
Suppliers
In 2013 we spent US$ 1.4 billion in
Mozambique, 75% of which with
local businesses.
Vale priorizes local providers in order
to stimulate the dinamization of the
regions where it operates.
Main characteristi...
Many Mozambican companies has expanding its activities to the provinces where
Vale operates.
Recruiting and out
search ser...
2727
Vale in Mozambique – strengthening local enterprises
Over US$1.6 billion spent by Vale in contracts with over 800 Moz...
2828
Vale in Malawi – strengthening local enterprises
Over US$3.5 million spent by Vale in contracts with over 70 Malawian...
A wide array of local enterprises benefited
Thank you!
Marcio Senne de Moraes
External Affairs Global Director
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Speaker: Marcio Senne de Moraes - External Affairs Global
Director, Vale

Mining On Top: Africa - London Summit
24-26 June 2014 | London

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The multiplier effect of infrastructure - Marcio Senne de Moraes, Vale

  1. 1. The multiplier effect of infrastructure June 2014 Mining on Top – 24th of June 2014
  2. 2. • A global mining company headquartered in Brazil • The global leader in iron ore and pellet production and the second largest nickel producer • We also produce copper, coal, fertilizers, manganese, ferroalloys, cobalt and platinum group metals • We invest in logistics and energy We are Vale
  3. 3. Mission To transform natural resources into prosperity and sustainable development Vision To be the number one global natural resources company in creating long term value, through excellence and passion for people and the planet Values Life matters most Value our people Prize our planet Do what is right Improve together Make it happen SouthernPortsComplex(CPBS)inRiodeJaneiro MárcioDantasValença/AgênciaVale
  4. 4. Created by an executive order on June 1, 1942, the company’s operations were initially concentrated in Minas Gerais. In its first year, it produced 40,000 metric tons of iron ore, the same amount it now ships out every hour. 1942 40,000 tons
  5. 5. Privatized on: 1997 May 6 Market value: Net earnings: Workers: US$10.5 billion US$350 million 11,000 (direct employees) 2013 Market value: Net earnings: Workers: US$584 million Over 130,000 (employees and service providers) US$79.206 billion
  6. 6. Vale around the world Vale is headquartered in Brazil, with activities on 5 continents, employing over 130,000 people including indirect employees and contractors.
  7. 7. Our business Logistics – our logistics infrastructure integrates mines, railroads and ports. This is important as it enables us to ensure rapid, low-cost and sustainable transportation of our products.​​ Steelmaking – Promoting the development of steelmaking in Brazil – the country that is home to our biggest operations – is part of our strategy. Mining – we seek continuous improvement and overcoming standards of excellence and research in the extraction and mineral production Energy - Find out how we are investing in initiatives to reduce energy consumption and developing renewable sources, such as biodiesel.
  8. 8. Key logistics projects around the world Carajás – CLNS11D: The largest integrated logistics investment ever undertaken for iron ore in Brazil. Nacala Corridor: coal, general cargo, passengers - one of the largest logistics investment ever undertaken in Southern Africa.
  9. 9. 9 Vale in Africa
  10. 10. 1010 Vale in Africa Implementation of Zogota mine in Simandou South Guinea Zambia Lubambe Mine (Vale-ARM-ZCCM JV) in production since 2012. Lusaka office is the base for the exploration team and project generation Malawi Development of the Nacala logistics corridor Moatize coal mine and its expansion project, logistics operation and mineral exploration Mozambique
  11. 11. 1111 Overview A major investor in the continent: More than US$ 6 billion of investments planned for the continent in the upcoming years, fostering development and economic diversification. • Expansion of the Moatize coal mine – US$ 2 billion. • Nacala Railway corridor – US$ 3.4 billion. • Nacala Port – US$ 1 billion. Total: US$ 6.4 Billion
  12. 12. 1212 2004: Vale won the international bidding to develop the studies in the Moatize coalfield 2007: Signature of the mining concession contract 2008: Start of constructions in the Moatize industrial complex 2011: Start of operations, transportation and shipment of coal Investments in Mozambique Long term investments (around 40 years) Mineral exploration and feasibility studies 3 year projects implementation 35 years of operations Moatize I Rehabilitation of Sena-Beira Line Cais 8 Coal Terminal Operation Moatize I Operation Sena-Beira TCC 8 Moatize II Nacala Corridor Project Operation Moatize I &II Port and Rail Operations (shareholder) 20132004 2007 2008 2011 2014 20462013
  13. 13. • Moatize I - in operation since 2011 • Mine’s expansion (Moatize II) is projected to commence in 2014 • Total Capex: US$ 2.068 billion • Long-term projected capacity of 22 million tonnes per year • Supported by the Beira and Nacala rail/port transport Corridors, over 600km and 900km in length, respectively Moatize Coal Mine and integrated infrastructure
  14. 14. 1414 2004: Vale won the international bidding to develop the studies in the Moatize coalfield 2007: Signature of the mining concession contract 2008: Start of constructions in the Moatize industrial complex 2011: Start of operations, transportation and shipment of coal Strategic transport corridors foreseen for eventual development / realization Source: PIDA (Programme for Infrastructure Development in Africa) Transport corridors – benefits beyond mining Beira and Nacala corridors
  15. 15. 1515 2004: Vale won the international bidding to develop the studies in the Moatize coalfield 2007: Signature of the mining concession contract 2008: Start of constructions in the Moatize industrial complex 2011: Start of operations, transportation and shipment of coal Nacala Corridor Project a pioneer investment and catalyst for regional economic growth
  16. 16. 1616 2004: Vale won the international bidding to develop the studies in the Moatize coalfield 2007: Signature of the mining concession contract 2008: Start of constructions in the Moatize industrial complex 2011: Start of operations, transportation and shipment of coal Vale in Malawi A new railway stretch of 137 km, between Chikwawa and Nkaya Junction, in the southeastern province of the country, which will be built by Vale Logistics Limited The recovery of 99 km, between Nkaya Junction and Nayuchi, by CEAR. Timeline 2005 – Feasibility Studies 2011 – Concession agreement with the Malawi Governement 2012 – Commencement of the fieldworks - Malawi 2014 – Start up of the Nacala Railway Corridor - Malawi View of the construction of one of the bridges View of works on the railway
  17. 17. Social development
  18. 18. 1818 2004: Vale won the international bidding to develop the studies in the Moatize coalfield 2007: Signature of the mining concession contract 2008: Start of constructions in the Moatize industrial complex 2011: Start of operations, transportation and shipment of coal Social Investments Direct contribution in Mozambique • Local suppliers: About 1.100 companies in Mozambique, US$ 2.5 billion in local procurement. • Jobs: 13,826 jobs created, 2,155 direct and 11,671 indirect jobs. 85% of the local workforce. • Training: over 800 Mozambicans trained since 2008; 186 were trained in Brazil in exchange programs • Social investments: over $ 38 million invested since 2010. In Tete, social investments are expected to exceed $ 30 million in the coming years.
  19. 19. 1919 Social Development Our social programs are conducted from two perspectives Voluntary actions, conducted by Vale Foundation, in the areas of: Education, health, infrastructure, agriculture, sports, culture and heritage. Shares in cooperation with public, private and community organizations, with the mission to promote the well-being and socio-economic development. Measures to eliminate or mitigate the impacts of our activities: Vale seeks to be a reference in social action to make a positive contribution to the communities, of which it is part, respecting their cultural diversity and community legacy.
  20. 20. 2020 Employment Generation More than 13.000 employs generated (direct and contractors). 89% 11% Of the employees are from Mozambique
  21. 21. 2121 Employment generation by region
  22. 22. Strengthening local enterprises - The Linkages Program in Mozambique and Malawi
  23. 23. Strengthening the local supply chain
  24. 24. Suppliers In 2013 we spent US$ 1.4 billion in Mozambique, 75% of which with local businesses.
  25. 25. Vale priorizes local providers in order to stimulate the dinamization of the regions where it operates. Main characteristics to become a provider •Quality •Entrepreneurship (remote regions) •Health & safety •Ethical conduct Acting in the Value Chain
  26. 26. Many Mozambican companies has expanding its activities to the provinces where Vale operates. Recruiting and out search services Recruiting and out search services Cleaning servicesCleaning services Gardening servicesGardening services Sealing servicesSealing services Air conditioning maintenance Air conditioning maintenance Tete Nampula Sofala Maputo Expansion of local suppliers
  27. 27. 2727 Vale in Mozambique – strengthening local enterprises Over US$1.6 billion spent by Vale in contracts with over 800 Mozambican companies.
  28. 28. 2828 Vale in Malawi – strengthening local enterprises Over US$3.5 million spent by Vale in contracts with over 70 Malawian companies, in 2012 alone.
  29. 29. A wide array of local enterprises benefited
  30. 30. Thank you! Marcio Senne de Moraes External Affairs Global Director

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