The role of the Container Terminal in the supply chain of Angola<br />III Meeting of the CPLP Ports<br />03 December 2010<...
Historial<br />2002 	                                                  SOGESTER (Terminal Management Company, SA) is plann...
Company <br />
Anchorage Hours<br /><ul><li> Economy is badly impacted by long waiting times
Importers chose more expensive transport forms and passes on the cost to Angolean consumers
Processes are optimized leading to reduced costs for end consumers
Regulations are adjusted to reflect and improve the logistic chain
Cost for imports are reduced
Angolean exporters have a cost efficient transport option</li></li></ul><li>SOGESTER Terminal Project<br /><ul><li>Waiting...
Modern management style supported by up to date IT solutions has been implemented
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III Encontro de Portos da CPLP – Jens O. Floe – SOGESTER, Angola (versão em inglês)

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Powerpoint de suporte à intervenção de Jens O. Floe, Director Geral da Sogester, SA, Angola, no III Encontro de Portos da CPLP, que decorreu nos dias 1 e 2 de Dezembro de 2010, no Centro de Convenções do Hotel Talatona, em Luanda.
Intervenção subordinada ao tema “O papel do Terminal de Contentores na cadeia de abastecimento de Angola”( The role of the Container Terminal in the supply chain of Angola) (versão em inglês).
Intervenção integrada no painel “As infra-estruturas ao serviço da logística”, moderado por Marta Mapilele, Administradora Executiva da CFM (Portos e Caminhos de Ferro de Moçambique).
Versão em português disponível em http://www.slideshare.net/portosdeportugal/iii-encontro-de-portos-da-cplp-jens-o-floe-sogester-angola-verso-em-portugus

A organização do Encontro coube ao Porto de Luanda, com o apoio institucional do Ministério dos Transportes em nome do Governo de Angola.
A magna reunião reuniu responsáveis das administrações portuárias dos seguintes países: Angola, Brasil, Cabo Verde, Guiné-Bissau, Moçambique e Portugal.
Aprofundar as relações de trabalho e de cooperação, incrementar as relações comerciais entre os portos e contribuir para melhorar as relações de transporte e comerciais entre o conjunto de países de língua portuguesa foram os objectivos primaciais do encontro, cujas conclusões se encontram disponíveis em
http://www.portosdeportugal.pt/sartigo/index.php?x=4349

Site oficial do III Encontro de Portos da CPLP disponível em http://www.cplpportos.com/

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III Encontro de Portos da CPLP – Jens O. Floe – SOGESTER, Angola (versão em inglês)

  1. 1. The role of the Container Terminal in the supply chain of Angola<br />III Meeting of the CPLP Ports<br />03 December 2010<br />Jens O. Floe<br />
  2. 2. Historial<br />2002 SOGESTER (Terminal Management Company, SA) is planned as a joint venture based in Angola, between APM Terminals and Fund Management. <br />2003, SOGESTER wins the International Public tender for the management and operation of the container terminal in the Port of Luanda. <br />2007 SOGESTER takes over the operations and management of the container terminal<br />2009 SOGESTER inaugurates the most modern ICD/Logistics depot in Angola.<br />
  3. 3. Company <br />
  4. 4. Anchorage Hours<br /><ul><li> Economy is badly impacted by long waiting times
  5. 5. Importers chose more expensive transport forms and passes on the cost to Angolean consumers
  6. 6. Processes are optimized leading to reduced costs for end consumers
  7. 7. Regulations are adjusted to reflect and improve the logistic chain
  8. 8. Cost for imports are reduced
  9. 9. Angolean exporters have a cost efficient transport option</li></li></ul><li>SOGESTER Terminal Project<br /><ul><li>Waiting time for vessels calling Luanda has been eliminated
  10. 10. Modern management style supported by up to date IT solutions has been implemented
  11. 11. Terminal refurbishment to be completed by December 2011
  12. 12. More than 700 direct employees and 300 subcontractors</li></li></ul><li>Terminal SOGESTER<br />
  13. 13. Inland Container Depot<br /><ul><li> 2nd line storage and release facility for the terminal easing up the congestion in the city and the port
  14. 14. Initial Investment USD 55 mill
  15. 15. 37 hectares
  16. 16. 200.000 TEU
  17. 17. 384 reefer plug capacity</li></li></ul><li>IT<br />Main Terminal System - TOS (Terminal Operating System) – NAVIS<br />Main ERP System - NAVISION<br />Systems RTD (Radio Transmission Data) and ROC (Optical Character Recognition)<br />CCTV - videosurveillancedetection and intrusion<br />
  18. 18. Terminal Productivity<br /><ul><li> Better equipment and infrastructure
  19. 19. Logistic management of the flow between Terminal and 2nd line facility (ICD)
  20. 20. Skill transfer and training leading to better employee engagement
  21. 21. More optimized processes
  22. 22. Good relations and communication with the Landlord (Port Authorithy)</li></li></ul><li>Thank you <br />Questions ?<br />

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