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Terminal operation hub Ngqura and spoke model

  1. 1. 1 Transnet State Owned Company Limited: Transnet Port Terminals 20 January 2015 1
  2. 2. PAGE Contents• Overview • Introduction • Transnet SOC Ltd • Transnet Freight Rail • Transnet Engineering • Transnet Pipelines • Transnet National Ports Authority • Transnet Port Terminals • & Development 2
  3. 3. • 'welcome_to_the_anthropocene'_earth_animation_1280x720.mp4 SOUTH AFRICA - Southern Hub for World Shipping Routes Shortest Trade Route between Shanghai and Santos is via South Africa 10,972nm = 21 days @ 21 knots via Panama Canal12,967nm = 26 days + transit fee via Suez Canal 13,544nm = 28 days + transit fee Source: http://www.searates.com/reference/portdistance/ 3 The position of South Africa’s ports system enables it to access to South-South trade, Far East trade, Europe & USA, East & West Africa regional trade
  4. 4. SOUTHERN HUB FOR WORLD SHIPPING ROUTES 4
  5. 5. PAGE RCB Pier 1 Pier 2 EL PE NCT CPT SAL Draft 15.5m 16m 12.5m 10.2m 11.7m 16m 15.5m 17.5m 5 OUR TERMINALS THE TEAM 10 NEW 18,000 TEU SHIPS ORDERED BY MAERSK - To be delivered over next 3 years
  6. 6. PAGE CMA CGM Jules Verne (16,020 TEU) Joined the Far East Europe Trade in May 2013 OUR TERMINALS THE TEAM3 SHIPS OF >13,000 TEU IN CMA CGM’s FLEET
  7. 7. OUR TERMINALSTHE TEAMHAMBURG SUD’s CLASS E VESSELS
  8. 8. Monrovia (Liberia) Lome (Togo) Port Louis (Mauritius) Toamasina (Madagascar) Takoradi (Ghana) Abidjan (Côte d'Ivoire) Lagos (Nigeria) Cotonou (Benin) Walvis Bay (Namibia) Tema (Ghana) Dar es Salaam (Tanzania) Tanga (Tanzania) Mombasa (Kenya) Nacala (Mozambique) Beira (Mozambique) Maputo (Mozambique) Richards Bay (SA) Durban (SA) East London (SA) Ngqura (SA) Libreville (Gabon) Pointe Noire Matadi (Congo) Douala (Cameroon) Source: Team analysis Lobito (Angola) Luanda (Angola) Dakar (Senegal) Algiers (Algeria) Port Said (Egypt) Ngqura Hub and Spoke Model 8
  9. 9. PAGE TRANSNET STATE OWNED COMPANY LTD - OPERATIONAL DIVISIONS • 16 Cargo Terminals operating across 7 ports 9 • 8 Commercial ports along 2 954 km of coastline • 20 500 km of railway track • 182 million tons of freight • General freight & 2 heavy haul export lines • Support TFR for rolling stock and TPT for lifting equipment maintenance • 18 billion litres of petroleum products and gas through 3 000 km of pipelines, mainly to Gauteng • R300 billion of capital investments over 7 years • CSI in Education, Health, Sport, Arts & Agriculture • Property Management • Transnet Schools Capital Projects Transnet Foundation Property Schools Transnet Pipelines (TPL) Transnet Engineering (TE) Transnet Freight Rail (TFR) Transnet Port Terminals (TPT) Transnet National Ports Authority (TNPA)
  10. 10. PAGE Transnet’s Integrated Network is Underpinned by a Limited Number of Key Corridors 7. Saldanha Bulk (Export iron ore), Breakbulk 6. Cape Town Containers, Breakbulk 4. Ngqura Containers 3. East London Containers, Breakbulk, Agri-Bulk, Automotives 1. Richards Bay Bulk (Export coal, magnetite, Chrome) Breakbulk 2. Durban Containers, Breakbulk, Agri-Bulk, Automotives 5. Port Elizabeth Containers, Breakbulk, Bulk, AutomotivesWESTERN CAPE PORTS EASTERN CAPE PORTS KZN PORTS TRANSNET PORT TERMINALS OPERATES A COMPLIMENTARY PORT SYSTEM 10
  11. 11. • Transnet Freight Rail is the largest division of Transnet. It is a world class heavy haul freight rail company that specialises in the transportation of freight. • Transnet Freight Rail has approximately 27 000 employees, who are spread throughout the country. • The company maintains an extensive rail network across South Africa that connects with other rail networks in the sub-Saharan region, with its rail infrastructure representing about 70% of Sub Saharan Africa's total. • The company is proud of its reputation for technological leadership beyond Africa as well as with-in Africa, where it is active in some 17 countries. • Transnet Freight Rail has positioned itself to become a profitable and sustainable freight railway business, assisting in driving the competitiveness of the South African economy. The company is made up of the following six business units: • Agriculture and Bulk Liquids • Coal Business Unit • Container and Automotive Business Unit • Iron Ore and Manganese Business Unit • Mineral Mining and Chrome Business Unit • Steel and Cement Business Unit TRANSNET FREIGHT RAIL 11
  12. 12. • Transnet engineering, an operating division of Transnet SOC Ltd, is the backbone of South Africa’s railway industry. • TE boasts with eight product-focused businesses, 150 depots, seven factories and 15, 000 employees countrywide. • The organisation is dedicated to in-service maintenance, repair, upgrade, conversion and manufacturing of rolling stock. • TE manufactures freight wagons, mainline and suburban coaches, diesel and electric locomotives as well as wheels, rotating machines, rolling stock equipment, castings auxiliary equipment and services. • In the past financial year TE has done nearly ZAR1 bn in business in Africa. • While focus is mainly on the South African market, investment in research and development to service the specific requirements of Africa and the rest of the world has led to an ever-expanding range of rolling stock products and a comprehensive list of satisfied customers. • This has further enhanced the organisation’s international reputation. • The proximity of the coastal plants to major ports facilitates the movement of products to and from overseas markets. TRANSNET ENGINEERING 12
  13. 13. • Transnet Pipelines, the custodian of the country’s strategic pipeline assets, is currently servicing two key industries liquid fuel and gas by transporting petrol, crude oil, diesel and gas products over varying distances. • The business, formerly known as Petronet established in 1965, is integral to the well-being of the South African economy. • It is Transnet Pipelines’ policy to monitor the integrity of its pipeline network continually. • Transnet Pipelines is acknowledged as one of the leaders in the development of pipeline survey technology in South Africa. • TPL spent R23.4bn on the new 555km Multi-Product Pipeline between Durban and Heidelberg. The business handles an annual average throughput of some 16.7 billion litres of liquid fuel and more than 494 million cubic metres of gases across 3,000 km of pipeline. The liquid products include crude oil as well as diesel, leaded and unleaded petrol and aviation turbine fuels. TRANSNET PIPELINES 13
  14. 14. 14 • Transnet National Ports Authority provides port infrastructure and marine services at the eight commercial seaports on the 2,954km South African coastline. • The national ports authority is responsible for the safe, effective and efficient economic functioning of the national port system, which it manages in a landlord capacity. • The national ports authority operates within a legislative and regulatory environment created by the National Ports Act (Act No. 12 of 2005). • The national ports authority’s service offering is targeted at mainly port users which include terminal operators, shipping lines, ship agents, cargo owners and clearing & forwarding agents. • The distance around the port of Durban is 21 km. • Rail tracks in the port total 302 km. • The port has 58 berths which are operated by more than 20 terminal operators. • Over 4,000 commercial vessels call at the Durban port each year. TRANSNET NATIONAL PORTS AUTHORITY
  15. 15. 15 • Transnet Port Terminals provides cargo handling services at 16 terminal facilities in seven ports to a wide range of customers including shipping lines, freight forwarders and cargo owners. • Operations are in containers, bulk, break-bulk and automotives. • We invest in state-of-the-art cargo handling equipment (ship-to-shore cranes, straddle carriers, rubber-tyre gantries, tipplers, conveyors) and manage the logistics interface with inbound and outbound rail and trucking carriers. • We are proud of the implementation of the NAVIS-terminal operating system and the certification of all our terminals to ISO standards. • Transnet Port Terminals is Africa’s biggest container terminal operator in terms of volumes handled. In line with Transnet’s new market demand strategy (MDS) and related investments, Transnet’s Port Terminals are currently expanding in response to growing business in the country. Expansion includes creating storage capacity, the replacement of old equipment and upgrading of software. TRANSNET PORT TERMINALS
  16. 16. PAGE Transnet’s Integrated Network is Underpinned by a Limited Number of Key Corridors 7. Saldanha Bulk (Export iron ore), Breakbulk 6. Cape Town Containers, Breakbulk 4. Ngqura Containers 3. East London Containers, Breakbulk, Agri-Bulk, Automotives 1. Richards Bay Bulk (Export coal, magnetite, Chrome) Breakbulk 2. Durban Containers, Breakbulk, Agri-Bulk, Automotives 5. Port Elizabeth Containers, Breakbulk, Bulk, AutomotivesWESTERN CAPE PORTS EASTERN CAPE PORTS KZN PORTS TRANSNET PORT TERMINALS OPERATES A COMPLIMENTARY PORT SYSTEM 16
  17. 17. 17 THE TEAM 17 Mr KarlSocikwa Chief Executive Dr Deirdre Ackermann GM: EIMS, CI, Innovation & Sustainability Mr Dumisani Khuzwayo GM: Human Resources Mr Pru Archary GM: Finance & CapitalProjects Mr Siyabulela Mhlaluka GM: Eastern Cape Operations Mr Velile Dube GM: Western Cape Operations Mr Zeph Ndlovu GM: Risk and CorporateAffairs Mrs Michelle Phillips GM: Commercial and Planning Mrs Nombuso Afolayan GM: KZN Bulk, Breakbulk and Auto Operations Ms Brenda Magqwaka GM: KZN Container Operations Ms NtombeziningiShezi GM: Procurement
  18. 18. 18 OUR TERMINALS 18 THE TEAMTHE TERMINALS 16 Port Terminals across South Africa: - 4 Container Terminals with a total of 8m TEU capacity (96% market share) - 3 Bulk Terminals with 89m Tonnes combined capacity (52% market share in dry bulk – 0% liquid bulk) - 3 Automotive Terminals (100% market share of newly build) - 6 Break-Bulk Terminals with 19m Tonnes capacity (69% market share)
  19. 19. Saldanha Bay TRANSNET PORT TERMINALS Cape Town Port Elizabeth Ngqura East London Durban Richards Bay CONTAINER TERMINAL DRY BULK TERMINAL MULTI PURPOSE TERMINAL AUTOMOTIVE TERMINAL VOLUMES: 2012, 2019, 2042 Saldanha iron ore 49m, 81m and 115m tpa Saldanha MPT 0,6m, 0,6m and 1,6m tpa Cape Town Containers 0,7m, 1,0m and 2,2m TEU Cape Town MPT 0,3m, 0,4m and 0,7m tpa Port Elizabeth containers 0,3m 0,5m and 1,1m TEU Port Elizabeth car and MPT 0,15m, 0,16m , 0,2m units 0,14m, 0,11m and 0,14m tpa Port Elizabeth manganese 4,6m, 0m and 0m tpa East London bulk 0,1m, 0,1m and 0,2m tpa East London car and combi 06m, .07m and .09m units 0,02m, 0,02m and 0,02m tpa Durban containers 2,7m, 4,3m and 12m TEU Durban agri bulk 1m, 1,8m and 13m tpa Durban Maydon wharf 0,5m, 1,0m and 1,2m tpa Durban ro-ro and point MPT 0,4m, 0,4m and 0,5m units 0,3m, 0,3m , 0,4m tpa Richards Bay dry and break bulk 13m, 19m and 24m tpa 8m, 12m and 15m tpa Ngqura Containers 0,5m, 1,8m and 4,7m TEU An integrated system of complementary ports
  20. 20. SALDANHA BAY 20 OUR TERMINALS THE TEAMSALDANHA BAY
  21. 21. 21 SALDANHA IRON ORE TERMINAL • Largest iron ore export facility in Africa. • South Africa’s only dedicated iron ore terminal. • Deepest and largest natural port in Southern Africa. • Staggered loading and regular dual loading. • 2,400 kl pd Salt water reverse osmosis plant. • 4 x 10,000 tph stacker/reclaimers • 2 x 10,00 tph ship loaders • 2 x 8,000 tph tipplers • 26 km conveyors Projected Volumes 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 59.5 62.3 62.3 62.3 70.3 78.3 82.5
  22. 22. 22 SALDANHA BREAK-BULK TERMINAL Infrastructure Number Comments Quays 1 Draft max, 13,5-14m, 3 berths, e.g. 201,202,203, Cape Size, Panamax (250m) Stockyard O/head Cranes 8 Load Capacity=40/35tons Forklifts 7 Load Capacity=12/42 tons Spreaders 2 Load Capacity=40/40 tons Tractors 18 Load Capacity=30/60 tons Trailers 14 Load Capacity=30/60 tons Hoppers 4 Capacity = 20tons Ware houses 1 Primarily used for coil storage, fitted 4 off overhead cranes, load cap=36 tons/ 3 157m^2 Rail infrastructure 1 Rail Line split(3), connection to Salkor, potential CAPECOR
  23. 23. PORT OF CAPE TOWN 23 Cape Town Container Terminal (CTCT) operations date back to 1977. In 2013 the quay wall was lengthened by 10m over the entire 1 137m length of the quay, at a depth of 15.5m. Phase 2 will increase capacity from 1 million TEU to 1.4 million TEU. It includes 2 700 additional reefer plug points for a total of 3 752 points. OUR TERMINALS THE TEAMPORT OF CAPE TOWN
  24. 24. 24 The six new super post panamax ship-to-shore gantry cranes are maintaining a world-class standard of 32 gross crane moves per our (GCH). Capacity 1m TEU pa 28 RTG’s, 12 Straddle Carriers 4 berths, 1165m in total, 15.5m deep PORT OF CAPE TOWN - Containers, Ro-Ro, Agri Bulk, Break Bulk
  25. 25. 25 The Port Elizabeth Container Terminal is well established and enjoys close proximity to the industrial hub of the city. The terminal features reliable equipment and two additional new- generation ship-to-shore cranes. Container capacity of 400 000 TEU, over 800 reefer points and 3 600 ground slots Automotive capacity of 158 000 fully built units (5,000 parking bays) PORT OF CAPE TOWN OUR TERMINALS THE TEAM PORT ELIZABETH - Containers, Bulk, Break-Bulk & Automotive Terminals
  26. 26. 26 PE BULK AND BREAK BULK CAPACITY • Capacity Break bulk 0.9 million tons per annum • Bulk 5.1 million tons per annum • Berths 3, Draft 11m PE CONTAINER CAPACITY • Capacity 450 000 TEU • Berths 2, 650m in total, 12.5m deep • Features 5 ship-to-shore gantry cranes, 6 haulers and 14 trailers, 1 empty container handler, 25 one-over-two straddles PORT OF CAPE TOWN OUR TERMINALS THE TEAM PORT ELIZABETH - Containers, Bulk, Break-Bulk & Automotive Terminals
  27. 27. PORT OF NGQURA Ngqura in the Eastern Cape – has been specifically developed as a container transhipment hub for Sub-Saharan Africa. The terminal was named the fastest growing container terminal in the world in 2012 and again in 2013 by Drewry Maritime Research. PORT OF CAPE TOWN OUR TERMINALS THE TEAM PORT OF NGQURA - Containers, Bulk
  28. 28. 2 PORT OF NGQURA 28 PORT OF CAPE TOWN OUR TERMINALS THE TEAM PORT OF NGQURA - Container Terminal
  29. 29. PORT OF EAST LONDON 29 AGRICULTURAL BULK CAPACITY Capacity 0.76m tonnes pa Berths 2 COMBI CAPACITY Capacity Break bulk - 0.21m tonnes Containers 90 000 TEU Berths 5 Draft 8.9m (average) AUTOMOTIVE CAPACITY Capacity 139 00 fully built units Berths 2 2 900 undercover and 1 000 open parking bays Established in 1963 The terminal currently employs over 120 people PORT OF NGQURAPORT OF CAPE TOWN OUR TERMINALS THE TEAM PORT OF EAST LONDON - Agricultural Bulk, Automotives, Containers, Break-Bulk
  30. 30. DURBAN 30 30 PORT OF NGQURAPORT OF CAPE TOWN OUR TERMINALS THE TEAM PORT OF DURBAN - Containers, Automotives, Bulk & Break Bulk
  31. 31. DURBAN CONTAINER TERMINALS 31 Third busiest container port in the Southern Hemisphere 61% of all South Africa’s container imports and exports through the port of Durban PORT OF NGQURAPORT OF CAPE TOWN OUR TERMINALS THE TEAM PORT OF DURBAN - Container Terminals
  32. 32. DURBAN CONTAINER TERMINALS - Pier 1 & Pier 2 Pier 1 – handles up to 720,000 TEUs pa. 0000 Waterside Capacity Capacity 0.7 million TEUs Type of Operation RTG/ indirect Operation No of Berths 2 Berth Length 660 m Berth Depth 12.5 m deep Waterside Equipment Cranes 6 x Liebherrs Straddle Carriers 110(shared randomly between Waterside and Landside) Haulers 21(shared randomly between Waterside and Landside) Landside-cartage Capacity Stack Capacity 19.7 hectare Ground-slots 4 992 Total Teu's 24 960 Reefer Points 888 Truck Staging Cap 106 trucks Landside-cartage Equipment Rubber Tyred Gantries 22 Reach Stackers 2 Empty Handlers 2 Rail Capacity Rail Capacity 3 rail lines - maximum 2 trains simultaneously Rail Equipment Haulers 45 Rail Mounted Gantries 2 Systems & Technology Operating System Navis SPARCS N4 Reefer Monitoring Refcon Fleet Management DGPS
  33. 33. DURBAN CONTAINER TERMINALS - Pier 1 & Pier 2 Durban Container Terminal (Pier 2) – handles more than 2 million TEUs pa. Waterside Capacity Capacity 2.9 million TEUs Type of Operation Straddle Carrier/ Direct Operation No of Berths 6 Berth Length 1920 m Berth Depth 12.5 m deep Waterside Equipment Cranes 7 x ZPMC; 6 x Liebherrs; 6 x Noels; 1 x IMPSA Straddle Carriers 110 Haulers 21 Landside-cartage Capacity Stack Capacity 110 hectare Ground-slots 14 011 Total Teu's 42 033 Reefer Points 1 267 Truck Staging Cap 300 trucks Landside-cartage Equipment Straddle Carriers 2 Haulers 94 Reach Stackers 4 Empty Handlers 6 Rail Capacity Rail Capacity 4 rail lines - maximum 4 trains simultaneously Rail Equipment Haulers 10 Rail Mounted Gantries 2 Systems & Technology Operating System Navis SPARCS N4 Reefer Monitoring Refcon Fleet Management DGPS
  34. 34. DURBAN MULTI PURPOSE TERMINALS – MAYDON WHARF, AGRI Agriport – handles maize, wheat, soya bean meal, sunflower pellets, woodchips and woodchips pellets. PORT OF NGQURAPORT OF CAPE TOWN OUR TERMINALS THE TEAM PORT OF DURBAN - Maydon Wharf, Agri Terminals
  35. 35. DURBAN MULTI PURPOSE TERMINALS – MAYDON WHARF Maydon Wharf MPT has a capacity of over 1 million tons per annum. It handles containers, steel, cement, timber, paper, granite, malt, sugar and fertilizers. DURBAN MULTI PURPOSE TERMINALS – MAYDON WHARF, AGRI PORT OF NGQURAPORT OF CAPE TOWN OUR TERMINALS THE TEAM PORT OF DURBAN - Maydon Wharf Terminal
  36. 36. Ro-Ro Terminals DBN MPT – handles mainly steel products, containers, rice and granite. Currently being used to handle overflow containers from DCT during berth outages. DURBAN MULTI PURPOSE TERMINALS – POINT RORO DURBAN MULTI PURPOSE TERMINALS – MAYDON WHARF, AGRI PORT OF NGQURAPORT OF CAPE TOWN OUR TERMINALS THE TEAM PORT OF DURBAN - MPT Point, Ro-Ro Terminals
  37. 37. Ro-Ro TerminalsDURBAN MULTI PURPOSE TERMINALS – POINT RORO • Cars are the third largest business sector after containers and bulk. • The Durban Car Terminal handles two thirds of all vehicles leaving or entering South Africa by the sea. • It offers about 13,300 vehicle parking bays at a time.
  38. 38. RICHARDS BAY - Bulk and Break-Bulk Terminals 38 38 RICHARDS BAY DURBAN MULTI PURPOSE TERMINALS – MAYDON WHARF, AGRI PORT OF NGQURAPORT OF CAPE TOWN OUR TERMINALS THE TEAM PORT OF RICHARDS BAY - Bulk & Break-Bulk Terminals BULK AND BREAK BULK CAPACITY Break Bulk 8 million tons per annum Bulk 20 million tons per annum Berths 13 Draft 15.5m (average) Cargo Mineral bulk, project cargo
  39. 39. RICHARDS BAY DRY BULK TERMINALS - Off-loading Operations 3939 RICHARDS BAY DURBAN MULTI PURPOSE TERMINALS – MAYDON WHARF, AGRI PORT OF NGQURAPORT OF CAPE TOWN OUR TERMINALS THE TEAM PORT OF RICHARDS BAY - Off-loading at Bulk Terminals
  40. 40. AT TRANSNET PORT TERMINALS WE HAVE LONG BELIEVED THAT OUR STAFF ARE OUR GREATEST ASSEST RICHARDS BAY DURBAN MULTI PURPOSE TERMINALS – MAYDON WHARF, AGRI PORT OF NGQURAPORT OF CAPE TOWN OUR TERMINALS THE TEAMTransnet Port Terminals
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