Human Resources Development In Shipping And Transport

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Presented by: Herschel Maasdorp at the 2009 Railways and Harbours Conference in Cape Town.

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  • Human Resources Development In Shipping And Transport

    1. 1. S TC-SOUTHERN AFRICA HRD - International Ports & Shipping Context Rail & Harbours Conference, Cape Town, 2009
    2. 2. The purpose of this paper: “ To highlight the changes in transport and the choices the STC-Group made to survive change....the necessity to further invest in “ Knowledge Infrastructure” INVESTING IN PEOPLE
    3. 3. Since 1833
    4. 4. S imulation and Applied Research T raining and Education C onsultancy and Implementation <ul><li>Offices in Oman, Vietnam, South Africa , Korea, Philippines </li></ul><ul><li>World’s largest Simulator Park – Port of Rotterdam </li></ul><ul><li>Many Projects worldwide – large & small </li></ul>
    5. 5. 450< Staff , 4000 students Annual turnover € 75.000.000
    6. 6. Dredging Shipbuilding Sea fishery Transport and Logistics Related industries Petro-Chemical industry Ports
    7. 7. World Ports X 1 million tonnes
    8. 8. Human Capital New approach by large and modern companies Retention of right talent and skills Not only financially driven Business must ensure overall quality and continuity
    9. 9. Developments in Transport Growing sophistication of facilities Ship Building Dredging, Quay Construction, Port Industrial Complexes Heavy lift vessels, specialised cargo vessels (LNG) & complex ultra fast vessels
    10. 10. Effects on ports (cranes) EYESIGHT UNSUFFICIENT IN THE HOLD FOR CRANEDRIVER!
    11. 11. Fast Vessel Services <ul><li>Hub to Hub - no interporting </li></ul><ul><li>Primary Rail/Road Feed </li></ul><ul><ul><ul><li>(Require good rail & road access) </li></ul></ul></ul><ul><li>Maritime Feeders dedicated </li></ul><ul><li>Innovative Terminal Design </li></ul><ul><ul><li>handle 100% of inbounds within 5~6 hours </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>vessel turn round 4~6 hours </li></ul></ul><ul><li>Avoid Mega Ports </li></ul><ul><li>Direct to Consignee or 3PLs(third party logistics) forward distribution point </li></ul>Influences on port training and education?
    12. 12. Common information sharing Pilots linesmen customs terminal operators Harbour Master VTS / port authority carriers hydrographical office dangerous goods pollution control cargo operators logistic providers SOLAS vessels info providers NON-SOLAS vessels Agents information flow – today…
    13. 13. Harbour Master VTS / port authority ? information flow – future.. VTM port intermediary for all operations? Pilots linesmen customs terminal operators … . dangerous goods pollution control cargo operators SOLAS vessels … . Agents carriers info providers Pilots linesmen customs terminal operators … . dangerous goods pollution control cargo operators SOLAS vessels … . Agents carriers info providers
    14. 14. Connections from hub ports The Equatorial Pendulum
    15. 15. Many special ships require special ports: And special HRD and HRM
    16. 16. Multi-porting/ hub and feedering Influence on education and training?
    17. 17. Influences on the Supply Chain Logistics International Community IMO / UN European Union Classification Bureaus Government Regulations National Organisations External Gov’ment of the country City & Municipality State Industry Private Industry Training & Education EDI
    18. 18. THANK YOU VERY MUCH: HERSCHEL MAASDORP STC Group Rotterdam Mission: become the best knowledge provider for HRD in the transportchain
    19. 19. 22 Saddle Drive Woodmead Office Park, Woodmead, Sandton Postnet Suite 390, Private Bag X26, Sunninghill 2157 RSA Tel +27 11 804 4022, Fax +27 11 802 4705 Email: info@ stc-sa.co.za Website: www.stc-sa.co.za/ www.stc-group.nl THANK YOU

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